Sai Seva Sangh celebrates silver jubilee
The silver jubilee celebrations of Sai Seva Sangh, a social service organisation, were held at Butta Convention Centre at Madhapur on Friday.
Hyderabad: The silver jubilee celebrations of Sai Seva Sangh, a social service organisation, were held at Butta Convention Centre at Madhapur on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion, chief guest B M Hedge said the British chose Ramacharitamanas of Tulsidas for BBC’s largest symposium on ethics.
“While westerners look at the east for wisdom, we don’t care for our own ancient wisdom. Our ancient wisdom is the biggest science for the world,” he remarked.
He said that Ramcharitmanas summed up Indian culture. “It is the only epic which talks about manliness of god and godliness of man. It is wonderful to know that BBC selected it as Indian Epic for the largest symposium on ethics,” he said.
Addressing the gathering, former NASSCOM chairman BVR Mohan Reddy said everyone must develop the culture of giving back to society. “If corporates are successful, there are several stakeholders like customers, investors, employees and others.
Corporates make profits from society. So they must give back to the society,” he said and announced a donation of Rs 5 lakh to the Sai Seva Sangh. He also promised to support the efforts to set up computer labs and literacy centres at Sai Seva Sangh run schools.