To study the Life and works of Sister Nivedita, who has made a niche for herself in the arena of nationality, education, spirituality and service to mankind.
To spread the thoughts and ideologies of Sister Nivedita through radio, television and various public programs.
To empower women and give women a voice in the society.
To emphasise on Nivedita’s way of national education.
To identify Women achievers in all fields and to raise public awareness of their significant contribution to this nation.
PRERANA: “Knowledge shared is knowledge doubled”. A unique cognizance program which creates awareness among thousands of students across Karnataka on Ancient India & its contributions, Achievers of India, Adhunika Bharata, Indian Defence, Kannada Kavi Kavya Parichaya and Health & Hygiene.
KALI – NALI: A residential camp program with an objective to exhibit and teach our talents like yoga, craft, folk music, literature, bhajans, dance, drama etc.
BETI PADAO: An Authentic Experience of Sister Nivedita’s Work. We visit houses of drop outs or never enrolled girl children, approach their parents, discuss their issues, assure moral and financial support and convince them to persuade their education for the betterment of their future. We do a small introductory session on Sister Nivedita, her work and importance of education. We also conduct tuition classes for maths, science, arrange for books, bags, umbrellas as per their requirement.
GUPTHAGAMINI: An exclusive workshop to awaken inner strength for personality transformation. A Karate training session will be taken for women making them self-dependent and tougher.
NIVEDITA150: On account of 150th Birth Anniversary of Sister Nivedita, we pledged to reach out Nivedita to each and every house, schools & colleges. Likewise we present videos, deliver talks, conduct various competitions, perform drama play of Sister Nivedita in different places.
- NIVEDITA FOR BLIND: A book on Sister Nivedita was presented for the blind schools library.
DEEKSHA DIWAS: March 25, 1898 the day when Margaret Noble transformed into Sister Nivedita by the blessings of her Guru, Swami Vivekananda. Every year this auspicious day, SNP celebrates as Deeksha Diwas across the State.
VIDEO PRESENTATION: Often we present videos of great freedom fighters like Tatya Tope, Subhash Chandra Bose, Veer Damodar Savarkar, Jhansi Rani Laxmibai on their birth anniversary to thousands of students across Karnataka.
We believe it to be our duty to take forward every bit of Nivedita’s life and thoughts to the women of our Nation.