Crossing Chandragiri, BHARAT PARIKRAM YATRA enters Kannada Soil, at Kasaragod on 66th day
Kasaragod October 13, 2012: Crossing the Chandragiri river, which bifurcates Kannada speaking zone of Kasaragod from the Southern Malayali belt, Bharath Parikrama Yatra entered Paravanadukkam of Kasaragod on its 66day.
Bharat Parikrama Yatra, entered Paravanadukkam Village of Kararagod on its 66th day.
RSS Pracharak Seetharam Kedilaya, who is leading his Bharat Parikrama Yatra, today visited Aliya Arabic College, Darul Islam, Chemnad, Paravanadukkam Village (Pin 671317) in Kasaragod at 5.00 PM. Kedilaya discussed on his yatra with the Principal KM Adul Ghaise and other students of the institute.
Speaking on the occasion Principal KM Abul Ghaise said that “the biggest curse of India is the partition happened in 1947 which gave birth to a new nation called Pakistan. Yet, Pakistan couldn’t gain anything out of it and still suffering from its internal imbroglio. In India, the need of the hour is unity among all sections of the Society and such an unity will boost the strength of our country and I request all to support the noble cause of this Bharat Parikram Yatra”.
The coastal town Mangalore is ready for the much waited moment, to receive ‘Bharat Parikrama Yatra’ which will enter Mangalore within on October 19th, Friday. Today, On the 66nd day, RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya lead ‘Bharat Parikrama Yatra’ has reached north Kerala, is at of Paravanadukkam of Kasaragod district.
Began on August 9, 2012 from Kanyakumari of Tamilnadu, RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya lead Bharat Parikrama Yatra has been aimed at the upliftment of rural life in the villages of India. The Yatra which was launched in Kanyakumari on August 9, has now covered an approximate distance of 900km.