Anniversary & Celebrations
Its the time of the year again. As we enter into our 3rd year of existence, we will be celebrating our last 2 years success and Onam festival on Oct 20, 2019.
This year’s celebrations are going to be so different. There will be an Inauguration ceremony where it will be attended by only women who scored success in whatever field they are into. We will be Inviting
- Padma Shri Dr. Malathi K Holla – Para Olympian, Arjuna Awardee
- Kum. Puspa Preeya – Philanthropist, Nari Shakti Samman by President of India
- Kum. Aswathy Jwala – Philanthropists, Activist
- Kum. Dhanya Ravi – Motivational Speaker, India’s Shell Woman
- Kum. Ramya Haridas – MP
- Smt. U Pratibha – MLA
- Prof. Suja Susan George – Director, Malayalam Mission
Sarjapura Malayali Samajam begins its 2019 classes
Eminent Malayali writer Shri. Sudhakaran Ramanthali inaugurated this year training programs of Samajam. New batches for Kerala Govt. Malayalam Mission run Malayalam Classes, Chess, Classical Dance & Music, Drawing and Painting inaugurated at this function on June 23rd, 2019
Samajam’s library is inaugurated by Shri. K Damodaran, President, Malayalam Mission, Bangalore Chapter.
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Home for Poor
Sarjapura Malayali Samajam makes history again !!!
Sarjapura Malayali Samajam raised funds to build a house for the most deserving person in Kerala. After thorough process we are able to find out the family in which Samajam will construct a house for them this year. Foundation stone laying Ceremony of the same happened on June 13, 2019 in the presence of Samajam Founder & General Secretary Shri. Rajeev Kumar
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Samajam President Shri. Sandeep G got recognised !!
Another feather in Sarjapura Malayali Samajam’s hat. Samajam Hon’ble President Sandeep G got recognised by Intel during Intel Involved India Top 50 Volunteers & Families Recognition for 2018 @ Clarks Exotica Resorts
It’s Winter !!!
Samajam organised blanket distribution for homeless across Bangalore.
Rajeev Voted as Cisco’s Community Hero #2 – 2018
Samajam Founder Secretary Rajeev felicitated at Cisco, San Jose, California Head Quarters recently.
Annual Games – 2019
Rajeev wins the coveted Bridge Awards
Samajam Founder and General Secretary wins the top honor from Cisco for his contribution to the Society, People and Planet. In a recent function held in San Jose, California, United States, Cisco CEO Mr. Chuck Robbins announced the winners. Rajeev will represent Cisco along with 9 others and participate in the Global Citizen Festival Mandela 100 which will be conducted in Johannesburg, South Africa on Dec 2nd.
The Bridge Awards celebrate Cisco’s legacy of making a difference in people’s lives, our society, and our planet.Cisco recognises employees who work for a purpose greater than themselves, who will travel as ambassadors for change and for Cisco.
The Bridge Awards serve as a launching pad for telling the powerful stories of what Cisco is doing to make a difference, and how Cisco’s technology and people, are truly impacting the world. Cisco is 74,200 strong, each individual employee is a bridge unto themselves – committed to the customer, committed to their communities, and committed to the world at large.
Rajeev & other winners with Chuck Robbins
KERALA PIRAVI – “ആട്ടവും പാട്ടും”
ഭാഷയുടെ ശൈശവ സൗന്ദര്യമാണ്, സംഗീതമാണ് നാടൻ പാട്ടുകൾ …. മധുരമായ ദൃശ്യ-ശ്രാവ്യ അനുഭവമാക്കി മാറ്റുന്ന കലാശില്പം – “ആട്ടവും പാട്ടും “- അവതരിപ്പിക്കുന്നൂ…. നമ്മുടെ കുഞ്ഞോമനകൾ.
Samajam's Art & Literature Wing
Inauguration By Sri S. Ramesan Nair and Prof: R C Karipath
In August 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the worst flood in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 483 people died, and 140 are missing. About a million people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Edanad, Aranmula, Kozhencherry, Ayiroor, Ranni, Pandalam, Kuttanad, Malappuram, Aluva, Chalakudy, Thrissur, Thiruvalla, Eraviperoor, Vallamkulam, North Paravur, Chellanam, Vypin Island and Palakkad. All 14 districts of the state were placed on red alert. According to the Kerala government, one-sixth of the total population of Kerala had been directly affected by the floods and related incidents. The Indian government had declared it a Level 3 Calamity, or “calamity of a severe nature”. It is the worst flood in Kerala after the great flood of 99 that took place in 1924
Sarjapura Malayali Samajam cancelling its Anniversary and Onam celebration, stepped into the relief and rescue operations. Samajam’s volunteers directly involved in rescue operations during the flood, also co-ordinated from Bangalore with help lines and raised 20 Tons of relief materials.
Samajam volunteers escorted the relief material loaded containers to the flood affected areas and handed over the materials directly to the hands of beneficiaries thus avoiding any middlemen.