Bharat Parikrama Yatra reaches North Kerala

published on October 3, 2012

Kannur, October 3 : RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya lead ‘Bharat Parikrama Yatra’ has reached north Kerala, will enter Karnataka in another 2 weeks. Toay the yatra is moving in villages of Thalassery of Kannur district in Kerala. 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 700km.

On day 56, the Bharat Parikram Yatra reached Thalassery of Kannur district in Kerala.  Sitaram Kedilaya visited Odathil Mazjid and had conversation with Darul Islam Yatim Khana President Muhammad Haji. Sitharam Kedilaya also visited leaders of different Hindu communities like Yadava, Gauda Saraswatha and Kudumbi community and discussed socio-religious issues. RSS Vibhag Sanghachalak C.Chandrasekharan welcomed the yatra.

The Route Ahead:

October 3: Urvashikkaavu, Kannur

October 4: Tavarakkavu, near Coltex

October 5: Keechery

October 6: Trichambaram near Taliparamba

October 7: Pariyaram

October 8: Perumba near Payyannur

October 9: Pekkada near Trikkarippura

October 10: Pallikkara Near Neeleshwaram

October 11: Kanhangad Mookambika Temple

October 12: Pallikkara

October 13: Paravanadkam

October 14, at 7am: entering Kasaragod District

On Day-50:

The Yatra reached the suburban area of Kozhikode through Kadalundi Panchayat. Sitaram Kedilaya received a warm welcome at Kottakadavu. As yatra continued, Hundreds gathered to receive yatra near the temple called Pidippazhi Maha Vishnu  Kshetram at called Mannoor. Sitaram Kedilaya planted a Tree, and after that he visited some houses of common citizens. It was followed by a satsamg and Bhajan.

On the 47th day (23rd September) he started from the same place and reached Azhinjilam Vishnu Temple premises and reached after 10 km walk to Pantheerankavu corporation area of Kozhikode. There he said that “As I noticed, Kerala is the place where I saw less number of Beggars and that also only in City areas; that means in Villages the people are so self-reliant. I also noticed that in villages living in a traditional way and built their houses in a simple style. I got warm welcome in every village irrespective of cast and creed.” Yatra contiued,  got a  warm welcome on Arappuzha. Kedilaya planted a tree in near by temple called Mellottil.

Kedilaya also met socio-religious leaders, discussed different matters of social importance.

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