Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, May 18: On Wednesday, the second day of the ongoing three-day summer camp organized by Marwari Yuva Manch (MYM) Steel City’s women’s wing, Surabhi, at Shree Agrasen Bhawan in Sakchi, saw children partaking in various items organized for them at the summer camp.
On the second day in the camp, the children were made aware of rural climes. Various articles of rural use, traditions and culture of village communities were shown to them so that they could learn about rural ways of living. The children at the camp were introduced to village life by making them aware of how the villagers started their daily routine like cooking on earthen ovens, drawing water from the well, making clay pots and lamps by potters. Clay lamps were made by children with the guidance of potters who had been invited to the camp. Horse riding that formed an important event in the camp, was thoroughly enjoyed by the kids. The children were very excited and happy sitting in the buggy. A program of talent hunt was also organized to remove stage fear from the mind of the children. Martial art, Taekwondo class organized at the camp. Surabhi branch President Usha Chaudhary, Secretary Nidhi Agarwal, Treasurer Neelam Debuka and many members of the branch contributed in making the second day’s program a success.