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Link for Young Adult BKs to join the Global Young Adults Network (GYAN)

27 April 2017

Dearest Family,

 

Om Shanti. Greetings of much love.  We are happy to be sending this special email to you. We feel the blessings of both Baba and Mama are with us for the Global Young Adults Network (GYAN).

 

As you are aware, the GYAN is planning various activities for the ongoing sustenance, support and development of BK young adults. It would be greatly appreciated if the yagya's young adults and instrument servers under 40 years of physical age could take a few minutes to share their info with us. This will help us refine our database and get to know everyone better.  

 

Please find below the link to our online registration form.

 

http://tinyurl.com/n26ynxo

 

We look forward to receiving many more registrations!

 

With Love,

In Baba's Yaad,

Danny, Devindree, Kim, Nonie, Sotiris and Usha

 

 

 

Youth Wing Retreat at Gyansarovar, Mount Abu - 19-23 May

10 Febuary 2017

Divine instrument of Baapdada,

 

Om Shanti.


A Retreat will be organised by youth wing in Gyansarovar from 19 - 23 May , 2017  this year. 

 

Theme : Retreat to Relax, recharge & rejuvenate.

 

Only following participants are allowed for the Retreat:


- Age : 21 to 40 years


- Youth Leaders from different fields, youth Awardees, designated young professionals(CEOs etc.)


- Post holders working with youth eg. NSS coordinators, students' cell incharge(from colleges/universities), NYK coordinators, govt. youth department, etc. 

 

- Maximum 4 entries will be allowed from one centre.


- Pl. register online on given link.   www.bkyouth.org/gsregistration


Kindly Note: Please book tickets only after you receive permission & registration number. It will be difficult for us to give accommodation in gyansarovar if you come without permission & registration number. 


Sending brochure soon.

 

Regards,

In Baba's yaad,

B K Chandrikaben

 

Download Brochure

 

 

 

Information on Double Foreigner Program, March, Madhuban, 2017

1 Febuary 2017

Dear Center Coordinators,

 

The overall theme for this season’s Double Foreigner Programs is: A Personal Transformation Program: A Simple Life of Gyan and Yoga.   

 

For Group 7, A Personal Transformation Program will run from 14th – 29th March (with arrivals on 14/15th March)There will be a number of activities going on including a training course on raja yoga, course on self-esteem, a retreat on spiritual care, yoga bhattis, courses, workshops, master classes, case studies, first timers' orientation,  first timers' interactive garden welcome, panels and courses, etc.

 

COURSES for Group 7

We would like to invite the students at your Centres who will be in Madhuban for this group to register online for the courses. It would be lovely if you could please pass this information to all BKs that are in connection with your Center. The courses will take place in Gyan Sarovar.

 

Please register for the courses of your choice at:

1)  http://tinyurl.com/marchselfesteem     True Self Esteem March 16-18

2)  http://tinyurl.com/h95rbjv                   Courses March 23

 

Please do register on line at least 2 weeks in advance of the course date. This will enable us to arrange the necessary facilities. When you register, please only choose that course you will be able to attendaccording to your time in Madhuban.

 

If you need translation, please talk to your Language Coordinator (via your National Coordinator). Language Coordinators will organize the courses and they will explain which courses you may attend so there will be translation available.

 

Many thanks

In Baba’s yaad

Double Foreigner Program Team

 

PDF Format of the Announcement and the Course List

 

 

Activities Schedule for 2017 at the Asia Retreat Center, Malaysia

30 January 2017

Om shanti. Please find here a downloadable copy of the Asia Retreat Centre, Malaysia Activities Schedule for 2017.

 

If you have any questions about any of the retreats please contact Sis Meera at meera.nagananda@my.brahmakumaris.org and copy to asiaretreatcentre@brahmakumaris.org.

 

In Baba's yaad,

Asia Retreat Centre, Malaysia

 

 

 

Writer's Workshop with Mike George

28 January 2017

The International Publishing Group is pleased to announce the first-ever Writers' Workshop with Mike George

 

When?        February 24, 2017:  9:30am–12:30 and 5–7pm

 

Where?       Gyan Sarovar (venue to be confirmed)

 

What will you learn?

 

·      Finding the best reasons to write a book

·      The qualities and attributes you will need

·      Where is your book idea coming from?

·      How to structure your book

·      Conscious creation versus unconscious inspiration

·      Finding your personal style

·      What help will you need?

·      What is likely to happen during 'the process' of writing?

·      How to churn your own butter!

·      What happens when the book is finished?

 

BK publishing houses will have representatives on hand to talk to those who are at work on a book manuscript.

 

If you think you might “have a book in you,” register for this one-day workshop with Mike George and get started.

 

REGISTER by sending email to ipg@brahmakumaris.org. You will receive a confirmation email with 48 hours.

 

Godly regards,

 

BK Helen (Australia), Valeriane (Switzerland) and Marcelo (Colombia)

 

 

 

Information on Double Foreigner Program Febuary, Madhuban, 2017

Including Course Registration for Febuary

22 January 2017

Information on Double Foreigner Program February, Madhuban, 2017

Including Course Registration for February

 

Dear Center Coordinators,

 

The overall theme for this season’s Double Foreigner Programs is: A Personal Transformation Program: A Simple Life of Gyan and Yoga. 

 

For Group 6, A Personal Transformation Program will run from 14th – 26th February (with arrivals on 12/13 February) There will be a number of activities going on including reflective conversations, yoga bhattis, courses, workshops, master classes, soul conscious labs & case studies, first timers' orientation, first timers' interactive garden welcome, panels and courses, etc. 

 

COURSES for Group 6

We would like to invite the students at your Centres who will be in Madhuban for these groups to register online for the courses. It would be lovely if you could please pass this information to all BKs that are in connection with your Center. The courses will take place in Gyan Sarovar.

 

Please register for the courses of your choice at:  

1) http://tinyurl.com/zo8fbet   (True Self Esteem)

2) http://tinyurl.com/huvyr49   (Feb 25 Courses)


Please do register online at least 2 weeks in advance of the course date. This will enable us to arrange the necessary facilities. When you register, please only choose that course you will be able to attend, according to your time in Madhuban.


If you need translation, please talk to your Language Coordinator (via your National Coordinator). Language Coordinators will organize the courses and they will explain which courses you may attend so there will be translation available.

 

For Group 7 and Group 8 in March and April – we will be sending you a notice for these groups soon.

 

Many thanks

In Baba’s yaad

Double Foreigner Program Team

 

Announcement for Group 6 Courses Feb 2017

 

 

 

Schedule of Retreats and Programs at Peace Village for 2017

17 January 2017

Dear Centre Coordinators,

 

Om shanti. Please download the Peace Village Learning and Retreat Center Schedule for 2017.

 

If you have any questions about any of the retreats please contact us on programs@peacevillageretreat.org 

 

In Baba's yaad,

 

Peace Village

 

 

 

Invitation to the Spirit of Care Retreat 23-26 March 2017, Gyan Sarovar

11 January 2017

Invitation to the Spirit of Care Retreat

23-26 March 2017, Gyan Sarovar

 

Empowering the Self and Others –

Exploring Facets of Self Sovereignty and Leadership

 

Dear Centre Coordinators,

 

Hello and Om Shanti. We are delighted to share with you details of the sixth Spirit of Care Retreat to be held in Gyan Sarovar. This is a warm and open invitation to each member of our beautiful Brahmin Family.

 

In order to care for one self, one of the essential characteristics in how we live our spiritual life is the “self sovereignty” that Baba has taught us to rediscover at the heart of our own existence…How can we truly live harmonious and fulfilling lives?

 

We all know how important it is to have “relationships”, but what is our relationship with power? It is important to take time to reflect on questions related to power such as: Do we have a healthy relationship with power? What would a pure relationship with power look like?

 

Baba has also shared with us the model of future leadership, how close are we to living it?

 

This 3-day retreat invites you to explore how you can feel deeply connected to your inner self; not just your own personal life but also for the sake of living, sharing and serving others.

 

REGISTRATION:

Registration is only available ONLINE.  Please follow the link: http://tinyurl.com/h7j65hw

 

Madhuban forms and travel details are to be submitted in the usual way, via the local centres.

 

If you do not speak English fluently, please make sure with your national coordination teams that there will be someone in Madhuban who can translate for you during the retreat. If you have any questions please contact valerianebernard@gmail.com.

 

Spirit of Care Retreat March 2017:

23 March        4 - 5:30 pm    Registrations and Welcome

24 March                                Self sovereignty

25 March                                Compassionate leadership

26 March        till 9.30 pm     Changing our relationship with Power

 

In Baba’s yaad,

Spirit of Care Retreat Team

 

 

 

REGISTRATION DATE EXTENDED for ORC Teachers Training Retreat

9 January 2017

REGISTRATION DATE EXTENDED
to 4th February 2017
for

MARCH 2017 Seven‐day Teachers Training Retreat for the

Foundation Course in Raja Yoga Meditation

Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC), Delhi

Arrivals Friday 24th or Saturday, 25th March / Departures Sunday, 2nd April

 

Dear Centre Coordinators, 

 

Om Shanti. Due to the positive response from previous Teacher Trainings held at ORC in 2014 and 2016, we are happy to announce the training will again be offered at ORC in March 2017.

Those interested in attending should plan their arrival and departure so as to not miss any of the sessions. The first session will be on Saturday, 25th March evening; the last session will be on Saturday 1st April evening. Departures can be arranged for Sunday 2nd April.

 

With the exception of NCs and CCs, all participants must schedule their Madhuban visit from 2nd to 18th April (Group 8). They can fly directly into Delhi on the 24th or latest 25th March morning for the training, and then travel to Madhuban on the 2nd April and meet BapDada on the 10th April. Very important: All participants must register and secure their place in the training before booking their travel, as there are limited places available (booking your travel first will not guarantee you a seat in the training).

 

Please note that NCs and CCs who met BapDada on 20th March will not be permitted to return to Madhuban.Also note that participants who are residents of Bharat will not be permitted to travel to Madhuban with Double Foreign teacher participants. They must return to their service places from ORC itself after the training.

BKs already teaching the Foundation Raja Yoga Course, as well as those who would like to teach or those who are keen to review the course in depth, are welcome to attend. Participants should be in gyan at least three years and attend the Centre regularly. (Exceptions to this must be confirmed with the trainers.) Whether they would like to start teaching but need confidence and lesson plans, or are already teaching and would like to update their skills and get feedback on their effectiveness, they will find this seven-day immersion in gyan and yoga invaluable. Prior training attendees will not be permitted to attend unless they were unable to complete the full training previously or are attending as support staff.

 

The training covers the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of the Raja Yoga course as well as sessions on facilitation and experiential learning skills. It also includes a number of practicums - sessions in which participants practice developing their presentation skills by teaching a segment of a lesson and are given constructive feedback by their peers. The seven-day schedule provides for a comfortably paced training that allows for free time in the afternoon and evening classes by Delhi zone seniors. 

The training will be conducted by Sr Kiran (USA) and Sr Margaret Barron (UK) and Sr Rona Schweitz (Manhattan). Sr Kiran will deliver the content sessions, Sr Margaret will offer sessions on experiential learning methods and Sister Rona will conduct sessions on meditation. Sr Kiran, who has been in gyan since 1979 (37 years) has conducted other such trainings at Peace Village and Anubhuti Retreat Centres, in various US and Canadian cities and in Guyana. Sr Margaret has been in gyan since 1992 (24 years) and is involved with the Raja Yoga Education Department, UK and co-facilitates experiential trainings for new and established teachers in London and around the UK. She has also facilitated trainings for BK teachers in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Greece and Holland, designed to make the delivery of the Raja Yoga Course more interactive, creative, and supportive of all types of learners. Sr Rona Schweitz (DR), in gyan since 1990 (26 years), will provide a session on meditation, a meditation experience in each content session, and will guide the 7 to 7:30pm evening meditations. Sr Rona travels regularly to the USA, Europe and the Caribbean, facilitating seminars and retreats on Meditation, the Mind-body Connection, Integral Health, Relationship Dynamics and Self-esteem. She has also authored “An Experiential Approach to Mastering Meditation”.

 

A USB flash drive containing over 600 pages of Teacher Resources will be made available to all participants for a nominal charge.

Please note that attending this training does not automatically qualify participants to teach. That needs to be decided by the Centre Coordinator in conjunction with the participant. This will be emphasized during the training. Note: the registration form will ask participants whether they follow the principles of pure diet, purity in relationships, and regular amrit vela and Murli class. All information will be kept confidential.

 

A note about language: The training will be in English. If participants need translation, at least two translator(s) must be provided by the center / language group. There will be no translation into Hindi.

 

Suggested contribution for the retreat: Many participants have requested guidance on this. For participants from developing countries, seniors suggest Rs 8000 to 10,000 (USD $120-150) as a sensible contribution to ORC for the week-long retreat. For participants from the US, Europe or Australia, they suggest Rs 17,000 ($255 US or AUD or 230 Euros). This does not include the transport fee that will be collected by ORC (Rs. 1400-2000) from each participant or the USB flash drive (Rs.500), but does cover all other costs (i.e., food, water and all other facilities for the retreat).

 

Some experienced teachers are needed to help facilitate the practicum sessions, so if you are already teaching but are interested in the training and willing to play this role, kindly let us know by indicating this in the appropriate place on the registration form.  You would need to arrive on the 25th March BY NOON - without exception - to participate in a facilitator's briefing session on 25th March afternoon. Facilitators must provide Srs Kiran and Margaret with an email detailing their previous facilitation experience.

 

In addition, a few additional support helpers are needed who have good office and people skills to help with various tasks including administration, registration and valuables, accommodation, dining services and special diets etc. Once these tasks are completed they are welcome to join any of the sessions, but their first responsibility would be to fulfill their support duties. If there is anyone in your Centre whom you feel would be suitable and enjoy this opportunity for service, please let the training organizers know at: teachertraining@brahmakumaris.org.

 

Please pass this information to anyone who you feel would be suitable for the training, or to help as a facilitator or in the support role.

 

Once participation has been approved by the Centre Coordinator, prospective attendees should register online directly at http://brahmakumaris.org/r/tt2017 by 4th February 2017.

 

In Baba's yaad, 

Sisters Kiran, Margaret and Rona

The Teachers Training Retreat Team

 

 

 

7th Latino Retreat, ORC, Delhi 15-21 Febuary 2017

13 December 2016

 

 

Upcoming Courses during the March Group Dates for Double Foreigners

26 November 2016

 

An experience-based Raja Yoga course for teachers, March 2017, Gyan Sarovar

We will have three special programs during March, besides our courses, workshops and other events:

 

An experience-based Raja Yoga course for teachers living inside and outside Centres.

A novel way of giving the introductory raja yoga course, based on the principles of Adult Education, which obliges the teachers to be the embodiments of experience.  This will run on the 16th, 17th March, at Gyan Sarovar. Brother Ken will be the facilitator of this program.

 

It is directed to Teachers who already give the course, regardless if they live in center or not. It is not a training, but an experience.

For registration:  http://tinyurl.com/gs7zj7s 

 

True Self Esteem.

You will be receiving information on this 3-days course later. Please, note the dates are 16th, 17th and 18th March. Those who are attending the Raja Yoga experiential course would not be able to attend the True Self Esteem course.

 

Spirit of Care Retreat

You will be receiving information on this 3-day retreat later. Dates are 24th, 25th and 26th.

 

for enquires contact: dfseason@brahmakumaris.org

 

In Baba's yaad

DF Program Team

 

 

 

2017 ORC Teacher Training

26 November 2016

 

MARCH 2017 Seven‐day Teachers Training Retreat for the

Foundation Course in Raja Yoga Meditation

Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC), Delhi

Arrivals Friday 24th or Saturday, 25th March / Departures Sunday, 2nd April

Dear Centre Coordinators, 

Om Shanti. Due to the positive response from previous Teacher Trainings held at ORC in 2014 and 2016, we are happy to announce the training will again be offered at ORC in March 2017.

 

Those interested in attending should plan their arrival and departure so as to not miss any of the sessions. The first session will be on Saturday, 25th March evening; the last session will be on Saturday 1st April evening. Departures can be arranged for Sunday 2nd April.

 

With the exception of NCs and CCs, all participants must schedule their Madhuban visit from 2nd to 18th April (Group 8). They can fly directly into Delhi on the 24th or latest 25th March morning for the training, and then travel to Madhuban on the 2nd April and meet BapDada on the 10th April. Very important: All participants must register and secure their place in the training before booking their travel, as there are limited places available (booking your travel first will not guarantee you a seat in the training).

 

Please note that NCs and CCs who met BapDada on 20th March will not be permitted to return to MadhubanAlso note that participants who are residents of Bharat will not be permitted to travel to Madhuban with Double Foreign teacher participants. They must return to their service places from ORC itself after the training.

 

BKs already teaching the Foundation Raja Yoga Course, as well as those who would like to teach or those who are keen to review the course in depth, are welcome to attend. Participants should be in gyan at least three years and attend the Centre regularly. (Exceptions to this must be confirmed with the trainers.) Whether they would like to start teaching but need confidence and lesson plans, or are already teaching and would like to update their skills and get feedback on their effectiveness, they will find this seven-day immersion in gyan and yoga invaluable. Prior training attendees will not be permitted to attend unless they were unable to complete the full training previously or are attending as support staff.

 

The training covers the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of the Raja Yoga course as well as sessions on facilitation and experiential learning skills. It also includes a number of practicums – sessions in which participants practice developing their presentation skills by teaching a segment of a lesson and are given constructive feedback by their peers. The seven-day schedule provides for a comfortably paced training that allows for free time in the afternoon and evening classes by Delhi zone seniors. 

 

The training will be conducted by Sr Kiran (USA) and Sr Margaret Barron (UK) and Sr Rona Schweitz (Manhattan). Sr Kiran will deliver the content sessions, Sr Margaret will offer sessions on experiential learning methods and Sister Rona will conduct sessions on meditation. Sr Kiran, who has been in gyan since 1979 (37 years) has conducted other such trainings at Peace Village and Anubhuti Retreat Centres, in various US and Canadian cities and in Guyana. Sr Margaret has been in gyan since 1992 (24 years) and is involved with the Raja Yoga Education Department, UK and co-facilitates experiential trainings for new and established teachers in London and around the UK. She has also facilitated trainings for BK teachers in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Greece and Holland, designed to make the delivery of the Raja Yoga Course more interactive, creative, and supportive of all types of learners. Sr Rona Schweitz (DR), in gyan since 1990 (26 years), will provide a session on meditation, a meditation experience in each content session, and will guide the 7 to 7:30pm evening meditations. Sr Rona travels regularly to the USA, Europe and the Caribbean, facilitating seminars and retreats on Meditation, the Mind-body Connection, Integral Health, Relationship Dynamics and Self-esteem. She has also authored “An Experiential Approach to Mastering Meditation”.

 

A USB flash drive containing over 600 pages of Teacher Resources will be made available to all participants for a nominal charge.

 

Please note that attending this training does not automatically qualify participants to teach. That needs to be decided by the Centre Coordinator in conjunction with the participant. This will be emphasized during the training. Note: the registration form will ask participants whether they follow the principles of pure diet, purity in relationships, and regular amrit vela and Murli class. All information will be kept confidential.

 

A note about language: The training will be in English. If participants need translation, at least two translator(s) must be provided by the center / language group. There will be no translation into Hindi.

 

Suggested contribution for the retreat: Many participants have requested guidance on this. For participants from developing countries, seniors suggest Rs 8000 to 10,000 (USD $120-150) as a sensible contribution to ORC for the week-long retreat. For participants from the US, Europe or Australia, they suggest Rs 17,000 ($255 US or AUD or 230 Euros). This does not include the transport fee that will be collected by ORC (Rs. 1400-2000) from each participant or the USB flash drive (Rs.500), but does cover all other costs (i.e., food, water and all other facilities for the retreat).

 

Some experienced teachers are needed to help facilitate the practicum sessions, so if you are already teaching but are interested in the training and willing to play this role, kindly let us know by indicating this in the appropriate place on the registration form.  You would need to arrive on the 25th March BY NOON – without exception – to participate in a facilitator's briefing session on 25th March afternoon. Facilitators must provide Srs Kiran and Margaret with an email detailing their previous facilitation experience.

 

In addition, a few additional support helpers are needed who have good office and people skills to help with various tasks including administration, registration and valuables, accommodation, dining services and special diets etc. Once these tasks are completed they are welcome to join any of the sessions, but their first responsibility would be to fulfill their support duties. If there is anyone in your Centre whom you feel would be suitable and enjoy this opportunity for service, please let the training organizers know at: teachertraining@brahmakumaris.org.

 

Please pass this information to anyone who you feel would be suitable for the training, or to help as a facilitator or in the support role. 

 

Once participation has been approved by the Centre Coordinator, prospective attendees should register online directly at http://brahmakumaris.org/r/tt2017 by 28th December 2016.

 

In Baba's yaad, 

Sisters Kiran, Margaret and Rona

The Teachers Training Retreat Team

 

 

 

Announcement for Double Foreigner Programs December 2016 - January 2017

26 November 2016

 

We are writing to give you some information on the programs for Groups 3, 4 and 5 this season. The overall theme for this season's Double Foreigner Program is : A Personal Transformation Program: A Simple Life of Gyan and Yoga.

 

Group 3:  A Personal Transformation Program will run 2 – 14 December  (with arrivals on 30 November/1 December)

The program will focus on going back to the basics of gyan and yoga. It will offer an opportunity for deeper reflection on the murli in creative ways, optional silence retreat for 3 days, special yoga bhattis, classes, panels as well as an opportunity for small group churning sessions. It being a time when it is a smaller group of Double Foreigners, it will be an opportunity to spend quality time in self study with powerful input from the seniors who will be present. The program will also offer space to take up subjects that the group feel to be relevant. A time for silence, deeper study and powerful yoga bhattis.
 

Group 4:  A Personal Transformation Program will run 21 December – 3 January  (with arrivals on 19/20 December)

This program will include a Welcome Program, first timers' interactive garden program, first timers’ orientation program, interactive scenarios age wise in gyan, Reflective conversations, Silent walks, Christmas Program with Seniors, creative murli revision etc. This group will include many retreats for Children, Young Adults and Parents which you have already received information about. From the 26 – 30 December there will also be an additional retreat offered on Reflective Stillness for those that are not joining any other of the scheduled retreats. Registration for this retreat is through Global Office after you arrive in Madhuban. The journal text will be sent shortly to the language coordinators.

 

Group 5:  A Personal Transformation Program will run 9 - 21 January  (with arrivals on 7/8 January)

In tune with the month of January, the Special Double Foreigner Program will have a focus on Bhattis and an optional Reflective Stillness Retreat (the journal for this retreat is being sent to the language coordinators for translation).  Registration for this retreat is through Global Office after you arrive in Madhuban. There will also be Welcome Program, first timers' interactive garden program, first timers’ orientation program, interactive scenarios, a creative silence morning, reflective conversations age wise in gyan, a reflective murli day and daily creative murli revision.

 

Please note that Groups 3, 4 and 5 will NOT include courses.  Groups 6, 7 and 8 in February, March and April will All have a variety of courses.  Information for these groups will be sent to you well in advance.

 

In Baba’s yaad

Double Foreigner Program Team

 

 

International BK Children's Retreat 2016

22 November 2016

International BK Children's Retreat 2016
"Baba in my Heart"

26-30 DECEMBER 2016 (age group 6-12 years old)

 

Om shanti.

 

There will be an International BK Children’s Retreat from 26 to 30 December in Gyan Sarovar. This time the theme will be “Baba in my Heart”. ‘Dilaraam Baba’ the Comforter of all hearts always resides in honest and pure hearted souls. The theme is all about experiencing different relationships with Baba whole heartedly, especially Baba as a Father, mother, teacher and  a friend. And while experiencing all these relationships with Baba we become karma yogi and then we started residing in Baba’s heart.  

BK children who are in the age group 6-12 and willing to participate are kindly requested to register their names before 15 December. Please fill in the attached form and send it to Sr Karen N <bkkarendiamond@gmail.com> before 15 December, together with a copy to your NC. More information about the Retreat is attached.

There will also be a Facilitators Training on 24.

 

Note:

  • There will be a special cultural evening on 30th December for the children. Those who want to present any cultural items, please bring your own costume along with you.
  • Children’s parent/guardian should accompany their child with an FM radio for BapDada’s meeting.

 

For any further information please contact Sr Meera meera.nagananda@my.brahmakumaris.org

 

Retreat Coordinators
International BK Children’s Retreat 2016

 

Retreat Information

 

Retreat Registration Form

 

 

 

22nd Annual SpARC Meeting 11-14 Febuary 2017 (inclusive)

17 November 2016

 

Om Shanti. Please find attached an invitation letter and registration form for the next meeting of SpARC which will be held from 11 to 14 February in Shantivan.

 

If any BK Double Foreigner is interested to attend this meeting they should send the completed Registration Form by email to the SpARC office, with a copy to their CC and NC. This message is meant only for BK Double Foreigners and hence only they should fill this form and send it in. A separate form has been circulated to the BK Bharatwasis.

 

BK Ramesh

Chairperson, SpARC Wing

SpARC

 

Invitation for Double Foreigners

 

Registration for Double Foreigners

 

 

 

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