IBN-Lokmatâ€˜s presents ´Garza Maharashtraâ€˜ with Tukadoji Maharaj and Gurukunj Aasharam
Pioneers of rural reconstruction works and integrated rural development in India
6th January 2011: Garja Maharashtra rejoices 50 years of the birth of Maharashtra and takes the initiative of showcasing organizations and individuals who have contributed towards the growth of the state. This episode will showcase the work of Tukadoji Maharaj and Gurukunj Aasharam, a pioneer of rural reconstruction works and integrated rural development in India. Know more about this institute on 8th January 2011 at 8:30 pm exclusively on IBN-Lokmat.
Gurukunj Ashram has constructive programmes that are implemented with active participation of Tukadojiâ€˜s followers. Some of the important aspects of this ashram are village health and sanitation, child care and women's uplift, village arts and crafts, physical culture. Ayurveda, wrestling matches, physical parades, yoga and other programmes of integrated rural development are closely looked after. Tukdoji concentrated his full attention to rural reconstruction works and organized many kinds of camps for constructive workers, which also received great national interest.
Every week Garza Maharashtra features Organizations and Individuals who have played an integral part in the expansion and upbringing of Maharashtra. This week Garja Maharashtra focuses on The Work of Tukadoji Maharaj and Gurukunj Aasharam, a person who has dedicated his life in serving the masses irrespective of caste, class, creed or religion.
To know more about Tukadoji Maharaj and Gurukunj Aasharam, tune into IBN-Lokmat on Saturday 8th January 2011 at 8:30pm.
You can also watch this episode on Sunday i.e. 9th January 2011 @ 11:30 am.
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