Monday, June 30, 2008

Jewels in desert

Rajasthan Sports Council had organised state-level sports during Rajasthan Diwas 2008 at Sawai Man Singh Stadium in Jaipur.

40 students from Tilak Bal Gurukul, Jaipur participated and took active part in the event. It was a great moment in their lives as these students are participating in the state-level sports. The students were thrilled to see the colourful arrangements made by the organisers. Thousands of students from different parts of the state thronged to the stadium to show their sportive skills.

Hip Hip Hurray.........14 students from TBG won prizes by participating in various events. This is a real achievement for us, expressed the teachers of TBG. The parents and villagers of Langadiyawas and Nonpura felt very happy with this achievement. The students were filled with happiness and joy. It was like winning world cup for us, expressed Suman Meena.

To felicitate and honour the winning students, SMK, RRC and IDF organised an event and presented special track-suits for them. The felicitation function was organised on 8th June at RRC, Jaipur. Mr. M.L. Gupta, Chief Engineer of Jaipur Electricity Board was the Chief Guest. Rotarian K.K.C. Shah, Rotarian (Dr) S. B. Thapar and Mr. Atul Sharm joined in felicitating the students. The dignitaries congratulated the students on their winning prizes in state-level sports.

Mr. Suresh Kaul, President, Sarthak Manav Kushthashram appreciated the students' participation and congratulated the TBG team for motivitating students in sports activities.

Tilak Bal Gurukul is an empowerment school of IDF run in Langadiyawas and Nonpura villages in Jaipur, Rajasthan. SMK team monitors the activities.

Dr. A.R.K. Pillai in his congratulatory message said, the students of TBG are the real jewels.


C said...

Chennai team appreciate the TBG students who participate the sports events at state level. This increase their confidencial level as well as they got a good opportunity for this exposure. They are on the right track to reach the success. We wish them best of luck.

Chennai team.

Karan said...

Dear Friends.

we are very happy to know that you have won many prizes from the state level sport competition at Rajasthan,

AIM for BIG ONE participate in National Level I'm sure you guy's will win many prizes in the coming events.

My love and best wishes,


nandagopal said...

Hello friends,
Congratulations on the achievement. It is indeed heartening to note that at least in some remote villages in the country, the raw and latent talent of our youngsters is coming to fore.
I feel it is important that social organisations like IDF give a serious thought in taking the stride forward in more meaningful ways to see these kids wearing the national colours in various mega sporting events in the time to come. While tracks suits and equipments will definitely go a long way in enhancing the confidence of the children, we should also think on long term measures.
Sponsoring a reputed coach to help in moulding the talent of the little ones in the right direction would be a more sustainable step forward. Why can't we hire a reputed coach and provide proper remuneration to him or her so that the children can be trained better. This is only a suggestion.
Congratulations to the children and organisations like IDF for taking the first step forward.

narayan said...

Mr. Nandakumar Marar ( has commented as follows :

"Jewels in the desert need sporting greats to dream big. Rajasthan gave us Rajyavardhan Rathore, India's only Olympic medallist at 2004 Athens Olympics games. He won the Silver Medal in double trap event and will be competing again at 2008Beijing Olympic games. Let these
sports-minded youngsters know about a genuine achiever from the same State and gain inspiration from his deeds."

Achieverz said...

Three Cheers to IDF !! Diamonds in India are many, but only a few organizations like IDF have the courage to mine, cut, polish and showcase them to the outside world. Keep up the good work Team-IDF.


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