Hyderabad Cycling For Humanity 2015

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As part of Cycling for Humanity 2013(www.cyclingforhumanity.org 

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Manavata Hyderabad Chapter
Service to Man is Service to God

Manavata (Humanity) Is A Symbol Of Selfless Service, Empathy And An Attempt To Help The Needy. Manavata Is A Non Profitable, Non Religious Voluntary Organization Working For The Development Of The Society. It Is A Common Platform For Many Volunteers And Social Service Organizations.

Event Details

Hyderabad Cycling For Humanity 2015 event is conducting at JNTU,Hyderabad on Thursday, 01 Jan 2015 . Please find the detailswhich mentioned below for any clarification please contact the following contact number or drop a mail to manavata@gmail.com.

Venue Details

Where : JNTU,Hyderabad
When : Thursday, 01 Jan 2015
More Details : www.manavata.org
Email : manavata@gmail.com
Phone : 9966673111

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Dheeraj Kumar Kondaparthi Participant I am excited to be there
aditya vardhan Participant i am very excited

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1st Jan 2015: Happy new Year

Cycling for Humanity ride from JNTU, KPHB to Necklace road and the return to Gachibwli got overwhelming response from the public to increase awareness on humanity, environment and ban alcohol. Around 30 cyclist and many more supporters participated in this campaign. Even children of age 11, 12 and 14 have also joined in this cycle ride.  On the route we have halted in several junction to pass on the message and to reach public.

Mr. Srinivasa Alluri, Founder President of Manavata who has been cycling around the world for humanity and recently completed his Bangalore to Pondicherry ride and came to city today spoke to media and Manavata Hyderabad volunteers about importance and high priority of promoting Humanity to create healthy, happy and harmonious world. He has urged youth to come forward to take social responsibility to make the world as better place to live. Hyderabad chapter volunteers Prakash, GR Reddy, Naveen Kenche, Bindu Madavi, Rakesh, Mahadev and many more have worked together to make this event very successful. Manavata Ashram children from Bharathnagar also participated in this.

Youngest 11 year old Sai (Ashram child), 12 year old Tejaswini Alluri, Yajat Kenche have also completed 40 KM ride successfully. Lunch has been hosted in Manavata Ashram Bharat nagar and we had a wonderful meeting and talk by Srini and other volunteers. Certificates and prizes were distributed to participants. Srini has appreciated great team work from volunteers Prakash Alluri, GR Reddy, Naveen Kenche, Rakesh, Sharmila, Srinivas, Subbu and others.

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Posted on- 2015-01-02 08:12:38 by - SrinivasaChowdary