AA holiday study called Charaiveti was organized for the children...

Sevabharathi Pavithreswaram unit and Edavattom Sandeepani Balagokulam jointly organized a six-day holiday learning camp called Charaivethi for children. Mr. Satheesh Chandran Muttathara, Patron, Krishnayanam Sanatanadharma Prachara Seva Samithi inaugurated the study camp held at KSMVHS School, Edavattom from Tuesday, May 7, 2024. After the inauguration, he also led a class on the subject of Mama Dharma: The camp, which was attended by around 60 students, was attended by experts on more than 15 subjects including musical experience, AmmaMalayalam, magic in folk songs, painting training, origami, palliative care training, yoga, Agneepath, routines to be followed by children, anti-drug awareness, motivation class, miracles in plant breeding, abacus and more.

After learning the elementary lessons of palliative care from the health workers at the study camp, the children formed a children's collective called Caring Hearts for palliative care. As part of the community's palliative care activities, adult diapers were handed over to the palliative care unit of SN Puram Family Health Centre for the use of bedridden patients. The children in the community also decided to continue to do palliative care activities, including home visits every month and the distribution of medical equipment and medicines.

In addition to the classes, painting exhibitions, entertainment programmes, keli kaalamsam and various cultural programmes of the children were also conducted. The six-day holiday camp concluded on Sunday, May 12.

On the concluding day, on the occasion of Mother's Day, the children performed 'Matru Puja' by performing pada puja of their mothers, garlanding them and offering sweets. Popular film serial actor Baburaj Pillai inaugurated the family meet and the valedictory function. Sevabharathi Kollam district general secretary P.S. Sreejith delivered the keynote address. Balagokulam region president Shri N.S. Gireesh Babu delivered the suvarna jayanti message. A children's handwritten magazine was also released.