What is Rashtra Sevika Samiti ?


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Rashtra Sevika Samiti is an organization of women of India which works in accordance with the philosophy of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, but it is not the women's wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, it was founded in 1936 in Wardha on the day of Vijayadashami, its first chief operator. Was "Lakshmibai Kelkar".

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Work of Rashtra Sevika Samiti

The Rashtra Sevika Samiti takes up the responsibility of many orphan girls from all over India and for this the committee has 22 hostels all over India, where the responsibility of girls' education to marriage is taken up. Here they are also helped to stand on their feet by teaching.

Due to the availability of information around the world through the Internet, there is a hunger in educated women and women of corporate world for their cultural identity and pride towards it. So they are coming in contact with the committee in large numbers. She also contributes in various areas of social life with a sense of service.
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Rashtra Sevika Samiti Prayer Meeting

After completing studies in Hindu society, it is not easy for girls of marriage age to work by giving full time to the society. Yet today, the committee has more than 0 full-time campaigners. Some campaigners remain active for a limited years and later become a housewife as a maid for a lifetime.

Anyone who wishes to come to the Rashtriya Sevika Samiti is welcome. The committee never pressurizes anyone to join their organization. Those women who have a sense of service come themselves.
Currently Rashtriya Sevika Samiti has 5215 active branches of which 875 are operated daily, of which 1 lakh to 10 lakh members, it has foreign branches in 10 countries, which uses the name Hindu Sevika Samiti.
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The committee runs 475 service projects across India for the poor and the underprivileged, without religion, caste, creed, sect, gender or ethnicity. These include schools, libraries, computer training centers and orphanages.

The Rashtra Sevika Samiti focuses on the role of Hindu women as leaders and agents of positive social reform in society. The committee teaches three ideals to its members;
  • Matrivat (universal motherhood)
  • Duty (efficiency and social activism)
  • Netrutva (leadership)


Difference between RSS and Rashtra Sevika Samiti

Sports, physical-intellectual programs etc. are the same in both branches. The prayer of the union and the committee is different. It is harder for women to gather or come to the branch daily than men. Therefore, the branches of the committee are more weekly than daily. Time has to come out from the housework, so the time of the branches of the committee is also different ie late in the morning or often in the afternoon or evening.

The scope of Rashtra Sevika Samiti is very large. There are 3000 thousand branches across India. This committee was needed because women had limited time. She contributes to the country by assuming the responsibility of home. That is why the committee thought of a separate department that could contribute to the society. Because the members of the committee believe that an educated society is the foundation of a strong country.


If women are awakened then they will give rites to the family and members of Sanskari family will make a good country. Like the Union, the committee also has branches which are held daily and weekly. Work is done to increase the confidence of the girls who come here through physical education and intellectual development.

Program

  • Set up daily and weekly branches. To start various undertakings for physical education, intellectual development and boosting morale to the girls there.
  • Organizing Indian and Department meetings every year: for infants, girls, housewives.
  • Organizing Vanwihars and camps - for infants, girls and housewives.
  • Conducting Conference on All India and Province, Department levels.
  • Performing various services including Arogya Shibir, Hostel, Udyog Mandir, Balamandir Sanskar class with a sense of belongingness.
  • The spread of Hindutva in the World Department and the organization of Hindu Bandhavs





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