Shri H Gokuldas Kamath managing committee of SLV Temple and Shri Sudheendra Foundation handing over a cheque of Rs1,10,002/- to our samaj member Srikanth Rao for his treatment
The temple organised medical camps, in which large number of patients even from the General Public took part. Sri Bharathi Nethra Chikitsalaya Super Speciality Eye Hospital provided necessary service of expert Eye Specialists and more than two dozen of people underwent free surgery for cataract. About one hundred and fifty people were given spectacles as prescribed by the Physicians, free of cost. The temple is meeting the full charges for giving coverage to almost all our deserving families under the Manipal Health Card Scheme every year. The temple wishes to record heartfelt thanks to the Vaskamal Trust, Bangalore and several physicians of our place who provided us with even costly medicines distributed at the free Medical Camps.
Our dharma enjoins us to treat our Women with reverence and to involve them in our dharmic or social activities. It is a matter of gratification that our Mahila Varga actively participates in all matters connected with our temple. Following the foot prints of the pious personalities like Bhaktha Kavayithri (Late) Susheela Devi and (Late) Lakshmi Devi, our women give prominence to spiritual activities. The Mahila Bhajan Mandali renders mass prayer and Keerthans at the time of the poojas. It is to be specially mentioned that the Varamahalakshmi Vritha is a Mahila dominated spiritual affair in our temple. The Mahamaya Mahila Vrinda had provided the Mukha Mantap (Gopuram) in front of the Mahamaya Shrine and had donated several ornaments for decorating the idol of Mahamaya.
The Swayamsevaks who form the backbone of the temple activities render invaluable voluntary service at the time of Samaradhanas, utsavas and the like. Their service at the Rudrabhoomis is a commendable and selfless, social service. The Samaj appreciates their readiness to help the sick in case of hospitalization accidents and to make arrangements to secure blood required for surgery etc. Thus the collective work of all the limbs of the society contributes to the efficient management, progress and reputation of the temple.