Mumbai Chapter

AYUDH Mumbai organized a Youth Camp attracting a large and enthusiastic turnout of participants from all over Navi Mumbai. The camp offered a diverse range of engaging activities and workshops, all designed to empower the participants with the skills and knowledge to make a positive impact on the world.  

AYUDH Mumbai organized ASWAS, a Winter Clothing Drive for people who do not have enough to stay warm. AYUDHians collected winter clothes, blankets and distributed them to old age homes at Koparkhairane, Panvel and Seawoods at Mumbai.

AYUDH members with a diverse group of students from various colleges and schools, along with working professionals, came together to participate in this meaningful endeavour - AYUDHians Spreading Warmth and Smiles!

“I feel inspired and encouraged to do good for others and make others happy with my small, little acts. AYUDH is inspiring many youngsters like me to live a meaningful life and to experience true success by doing selfless service for society. AYUDH is also conducting various wellness and fitness programs that will help me to manage my academic pressure. I am looking forward to attending the upcoming youth camp in Mumbai and continuing with the AYUDH’s initiatives” remarked Aastha Anchan, from Amrita Vidyalayam, Navi Mumbai after attending AYUDH Orientation workshop. 

Team OYE conducted the AYUDH orientation session for new members, in Amrita Vidyalayam, Mumbai. The goal of the session was to acquaint the new members with the purpose, principles, and initiatives of AYUDH while highlighting the significance of seva, inner growth, and the understanding of global citizenship. The AYUDH National Coordinators encouraged the participants about the learning opportunities in AYUDH and to get involved in community projects by giving a thorough outline of its objectives and current initiatives. 

Youth volunteers from Andheri, Mumbai attended AYUDH Orientation Program. The senior devotees of Amrita Satsang Samiti, Andheri East, Western Suburbs, Mumbai invited the vibrant youth who are associated with the Samiti and are eager to join AYUDH. The enthusiastic involvement of the youth was matched by the active support of senior devotees of the Amrita Satsang Samiti, Andheri, ensuring the sustained energy of the new AYUDH members aiming to bring a change in the society. 

AYUDH Mumbai celebrated Gita Jayanti, delving deep into the timeless teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, amidst the vibrant spirit of unity and learning. 

Youth volunteers from Central Mumbai participated in the AYUDH Orientation Program. The event brought together the youth of Amrita Satsang Samiti, Dombivli and Central Suburbs of Mumbai who are eager to give their contribution for the betterment of society. In tandem with the vibrant participation of the youth, senior devotees of the Amrita Satsang Samiti actively contributed to sustaining the high spirits of the new AYUDH members.

Olympic Veer Khashaba Jadhav Krida Niketan, Kai Navnath Dagadu Sable Primary School, Keshavnagar Primary School Chinchwad 33, Krantiveer Lahuji Vastad Salve E Learning School, of PCMC, Pune completed the 999 challenge.

Hind English Medium School, Vimannager, Indira Gandhi Model School 87 b Aundh, Dapodi Girls School 31, Kai Bhausaheb Appa Jadhav Primary School PMC School no 6 Boys of PMC, Pune completed 999 challenge.

Anjuman E Faizul Islam Urdu High School, Bhartiya Jain Sanghatana School, Bhatnagar Primary School, Chhatrapati Shri Shivaji Maharaj Madhyamik Vidyalay Bhosari of PMC, Pune completed C20 999 challenge.