Chamundi 35 dt 6 mar2014

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Chamundi #35, dt 6Mar2014, Rotary Mysore, weekly bulletin

Walter D. Head, Rotary Club of Montclair, New Jersey, USA 29th President of Rotary International, 1939-40 Issue: 35, 6th March, 2014 "In a world where precious little love is being lost between nations, [the] movement to save the children is revealing man's best and perhaps truest side. Just how great or small Rotary's part in this movement will be, nobody can yet say. [But] Rotary will open its great heart and do as it has always done when facing emergency - rise with magnificent courage, grateful for another opportunity to exemplify its one fundamental principle, the service of one's fellowman." Thanksgiving Rotary Mysore along with the Event Chairman PP B.S.Ravikumar thanks all Rotarians, Inner Wheel members, Rotaractors, Interactors, Anns, Annetts, SOFTEN Infoscions, Rotary Secretariat staff, photographers for their contribution and service over the last few weeks towards the success of our flagship event TAARE' ZAMEEN PAR. If we have collectively brought a smile on the face of the 800 kids who starred on Sunday, each and every single Rotarian can feel the great sense of satisfaction of a job well done! TAARE' ZAMEEN PAR National Pride - when the stars shone brightly Rotary Mysore successfully conducted its flagship event, Taare' Zameen Par, for the seventh time. TZP is a cultural festival for special children, and was held on Sunday, 2nd March. Nearly 800 kids from 18 institutions participated in the event at Jagan Mohan Palace Mysore. The cultural event featured drawing, article making, dance, fancy dress, singing, skits etc and the best performers were awarded with all the participating children getting mementoes and gifts. The program was inaugurated in the morning by SVYM founder Dr. R. Balasubramaniam. PDG R. Guru and K.S. Sundar, Associate VicePresident, Infosys Ltd., Mysore were the guests of honour. Dr. Balu said that these children retain their Godliness throughout their lives. He had a special word for the parents who had dedicated their entire lives for the betterment of their children. Rotary Mysore President M.C.S. Manohara, Secretary M.R. Rajaram, Event Chairman B.S. Ravikumar, Inner Wheel Club President Uma Shivaprasad, Secretary Padma Sridhar were present among a host of Rotarians and parents and well-wishers. This was a special day for the special children who had an opportunity to showcase their hidden talents to the outside world. Whether it was the kids displaying their national pride with the national flag, or playing historic characters like Akbar or Shivaji, or playing the role of a doctor or an army man, the kids performed with enormous zeal and enthusiasm. The kids danced to the latest film songs and music and those at the backstage also joined them. There was even a robot! Some of them espoused social causes Jampacked

CHAMUNDI enacting the fate of an old couple abandoned by their children, and also on how to take care of our environment. There was hardly anyone in the audience who didn't have a lump in the throat or was not wiping a tear in the eye. Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji of Suttur was the chief guest for the valedictory and blessed the children. Rotary District Governor Rtn. S. Gururaj was the guest of honour. Soften (a social initiative of Infosys-Mysore Employees), Inner Wheel Mysore, Rotaract Clubs of Mysore, NIE, GIMDS all put in their best efforts to make this event a grand success. Getting Ready All Set Fancy Dress Quee ns at The Tribal Huli Vesha I 38 2 6 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 1 70 II 38 1 6 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 3 1 2 1 1 68 The overall institution-level prizes are as follows: I. Aashiana 2. AWMD 3. JMJ Doornahalli Kings of Yore (More pictures of TZP in the next issue…) Group II – Ages 11 and above PRIZE DETAILS Group I – Ages 1 to 10 Institution AIISH Swasahaya Samuchhaya Sneha Kiran Aashiana Karunamayi Foundation Mathru Mandali Nireekshe Arunodaya Govt School TK Layout Mythri Charitable M J Soofi Memorial Beautiful Gate JSS AWMD JMJ Manasshanthi Govt School Kudremala Chinnara Chiguru Drawing Art & Craft TOTAL heart III 18 1 6 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 3 1 2 1 44 Cons 126 26 13 2 3 1 0 1 19 8 2 3 204 Total 220 4 44 19 7 4 9 4 3 7 28 18 5 6 6 2 1 386 I 3 2 3 2 4 3 3 15 2 3 11 2 2 1 1 57 II 3 2 3 2 4 3 3 15 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 47 III 2 1 1 3 3 3 15 2 3 1 1 2 1 3 39 Cons 14 5 2 10 10 58 2 22 4 15 24 15 11 3 6 198 Total 20 11 9 15 21 58 9 2 31 49 15 30 24 13 16 6 6 341 GRAND TOTAL OF PRIZES: 727

Rotary Information Rotasia Mysooru – South East Asian Rotaractor's Conference, was hosted by RID 3180, for the First time, in Mysore, at Silent Shores. The event was inaugurated on 31.01.14 and the valedictory was held on 02.02.14. Around 1200 delegates from Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Afghanistan and across India, participated in the event. The four days' event included DRR's Recognition, District Presentations, Discussion on Various Leadership and Life skills, Talk on Legacy of Mysore Dynasty - Shri. Shrikantadatta Narasimharaja Wodeyar, Youth - Law – Parliament Dialogue, Visit to Palace, Musical Performance by Shivamani and Stephen Devassy, ROTARY AWARENESS QUIZ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 23rd Feb 2014 New Delhi Light Up Rotary Rotarians on the Internet Rtn. Anne L. Mathews Answers: 1. The second National Immunization Day this year was held on __________. 2. The Rotary South Asia Literacy Summit was recently held in __________. 3. The RI theme for the year 2014-15 is _________. 4. Expand ROTI ______________. 5. The first female Vice-President of RI is ___________. RI President's March Message Growing up in Duncan, Okla., USA, I took it for granted that everyone could read. In my own elementary school, not only were we expected to be reading by the age of seven or eight, we were expected to read upside down. We each took turns reading books to the entire class, and of course, if you want to read out loud to a group while you show them the pictures, you can't do it the right way up. All the way through elementary school, we did that every week, until it didn't really matter to us which way we were holding the book. I never thought too much about that skill at the time. But a few months ago, on a visit to a Rotary project in Decatur, Ala., I walked into a first-grade classroom and was asked if I would read a book to a class of six-year-olds. Naturally, I was happy to oblige. I sat down, opened the book they had chosen, and started reading to about 30 little kids – upside down, just the way I did it back in second grade. In a sense, I was doing exactly what I'd learned to do more than half a century earlier. But as an adult, and especially as a Rotarian, I saw that experience in a different way. I was reading to a group of children who were well on their way to literacy themselves. We were sitting in their classroom, in a school where Rotarians came every week to read one-on-one with children who needed a little extra help. There wasn't any question that every child in that room would grow up to be a literate adult. And all of them took that completely for granted – as they took it for granted that adults would care enough to read them a book while showing them the pictures, even if that meant reading upside down. We all know that millions of children all over the world aren't that lucky. That's why we make basic education and literacy a priority in our Rotary service. As we mark Literacy Month in Rotary, we remind ourselves what a gift we are giving when we help a child to read – whether it's a child on the other side of the world or right in our own hometown. Ron Burton , President, Rotary International Dance, Singing and Rock band Performances. Along with Rotaract Quiz, Lucky Rotaractors, Mr and Miss Rotasia were also conducted. The conference provided a platform for Rotaractors from 28 districts to present and exhibit their cause, cultural, social and regional talents. The participants learned loads of Historical and Tourist information about Mysore and its surroundings. DRR Rtr. Rajeev presided at the conference and the Chairman of the event was PDRR Rtn. Abhinandan Shetty. Rotary Mysore supported the event and all its youth wings – especially Rotaract Mysore, Rotaract GIMDS, and Rotaract NIE participated in huge numbers and organized the event's most challenging endeavor. PP R t r. M a n u ra j wa s t h e Tr a n s p o r t C o m m i t t e e Chairman. The Global Polio Eradication Initiative has achieved another milestone in its mission with India becoming Polio-free. Rotary International's India National PolioPlus Society have organized a POLIO FREE CONCLAVE – organized by Rotary in India on the 29-30 Mar 2014, at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi. Polio-free Conclave 2014 is being held to help strengthen the leadership and funding commitment by the GPEI Partners to ending Polio globally. The remaining 3 endemic countries Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria are participating along with other South East Asian Region countries. Objectives of the Conclave: 1 . To e n c o u r a g e t h e participation of Rotarians and their commitment to ending Polio globally with their support and contribution. 2. The conclave will build synergies to ensure that the present focus and energy in the polio eradication program is maintained till polio is certified to have been eradicated from the world. INDIA POLIO FREE CONCLAVE 2014 3. To ensure a renewed commitment from all stakeholders and partners for continued advocacy with all Political, Administrative, Technical, Religious, Corporate and Social leaders and organizations in all polio infected countries for ending Polio. 4. To share the lessons learned in India with other polio infected countries and to encourage application of these lessons to stop the spread of the wild poliovirus in the entire Indian Sub-continent. 5. To encourage governments and leadership in the country to strengthen Routine Immunization in the country and spearhead to end other equally challenging public health scourges. Contact for details. Bill Gates,Co-chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; “Rotarians, government leaders and health professionals have made a phenomenal commitment so polio afflicts only a small number of the world's children. However, complete elimination of the polio virus is difficult and will continue to be difficult for a number of years. Rotary in particular has inspired my own personal commitment to get deeply involved in achieving eradication.”

CHAMUNDI Corner Guess these phrases with lateral thinking: 1. man -----------board 2. stand -----------i 3. 4. r road a d 5. cycle cycle cycle 6. 0 -----------M.D. Ph.D. /r/e/a/d/i/n/ g/ in a lighter vein! 1. In my many years I have come to a onclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a melee. - John Adams 2. If you don't read the newspaper you are uninformed, if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed. - Mark Twain 3. I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle. - Winston Churchill 4. A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. - George Bernard Shaw 5. Foreign aid might be defined as a transfer of money from poor people in rich countries to rich people in poor countries. - Douglas Case, 6. Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys. - P.J. O'Rourke,Civil Libertarian 7. Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it. - Ronald Reagan(1986) 8. The government is like a baby's alimentary canal, with a happy appetite at one end and no responsibility at the other. - Ronald Reagan 9. The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin. - Mark Twain 10. We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office - Aesop 7. knee -----------light 8. ground --------------feet feet feet feet feet feet 9. ecnalg 10. death ..... life s Health Bite Answers: 1. Man Overboard 2. I understand 3. reading between the lines 4. cross roads 5. tricycle 6. two degrees below zero 7. Neon light 8. Six feet underground 9. Backward glance 10. Life after death Annets' Congrats! Our Vice-President Rtn. H.S. Venkatesh has every reason to be proud. His son, Vikas is a full-fledged doctor now, having completed his MBBS degree in flying colors. Kudos to the doctor son and the proud father! Introspection To realize the value of a sister/brother Ask someone who doesn't have one. To realize the value of ten years: Ask a newly divorced couple. To realize the value of four years: Ask a graduate. To realize the value of one year: Ask a student who has failed a final exam. Q H uote anger Valour The mean of true valour lies between the extremes of cowardice and rashness. - Cervantes Be valiant but not too venturous. – John Lyly Even God lends a hand to honest boldness. – Menander When valour preys on reason, it eats the sword it fights with. - Shakespeare rich or poor - a perspective To realize the value of nine months: Ask a mother who gave birth to a stillborn. To realize the value of one month: Ask a mother who has given birth to a premature baby. To realize the value of one week: Ask an editor of a weekly newspaper. To realize the value of one minute: Ask a person who has missed the train, bus or plane. To realize the value of one second: Ask a person who has survived an accident. To realize the value of a friend or family member: REMEMBER SOMEONE YOU LOST. Time waits for no one. Treasure every moment you have. The Four-Way Test “Of the things we think, say or do: 1. Is it the TRUTH? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?”

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