Youth Conference In Hyderabad 2005

Posted: 15.09.2005
Updated on: 19.11.2012

On Sunday, 28th August 2005, a youth conference was held in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, which was attended by about 350 youngsters. Muni Sumermal ji was the spiritual guide of the assembly. In his lecture he gave suggestions how to raise healthy lifestyle in society.

He was accompanied by the four Munijis of his group, from left to right, Muni Udit Kumar ji (first left), Muni Anant Kumar ji (second left), Muni Prasham Kumar ji (first right), and Muni Vijay Kumar ji (second right).

Mr. Ashok Barmecha, president of Hyderabad's Terapanth Yuvak Parishad, was welcoming the audience. He was happy to get so much response from people, about 150 families had followed his invitation to join the conference.

Terapanth Yuvak Parishad is the youth organisation of Terapanth, where more than 350 branches all over India are integrated. Mr. Ashok Barmecha heads the local youth organisation of Hyderabad.


Mr. Ratan Dugar (second left with badge), is its secretary on national level.

Mr. Deepchand Nahr (first left with badge), all India president of Akhil Bharatiya Terapanth Yuvak Parishad - the youth organisation's name on the national level - was among the audience.

The ladies attending the conference were colourfully dressed, mainly in the colours of Terapanth's women organisation, yellow, orange, and red. They followed Munishree's lecture with great interest, and were happy to receive practical guidance in questions of food, supporting healthy lifestyle.

Mr. Deepchand Nahr (second right) talks to Munishree Udit Kumarji (first right) who had started a workshop on personality development for youngsters on Saturday eve. The responsible bodies of youth organisation, on local and national level, are supporting Munishree's efforts to give orientation to young people in their forming years. All are well aware of the fact that healthy lifestyle, contentement in life, and successful living can only be realised when people are instructed therein from early youth.


Munishree Prasham Kumarji (background right) listens to Munishree's details.

Munishree Udit Kumarji (left) gives training to his young audience in a workshop on personality development on Saturday, 27th August 2005 from 7.30 to 8.30 p.m; it went continually on for eight weeks on every Saturday. Munishree is well versed in the subject.

The young people are very attentive to Muni Udit Kumar ji's instructions. More than 76 boys and girls participated in his workshop.

Munishree Udit Kumarji brought the necessity of developing both, inner and outer personality near to the young audience, and gave easily to follow instructions how to realise both.

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