For the past two years, due to the outbreak of Corona, Dahi Handi has been celebrated in the whole of Maharashtra only in the traditional way without breaking the tradition.
For the last two years, there have been restrictions on celebrating all festivals due to Corona. This year, however, Dahi handi 2022 is being marked on a grand scale in Maharashtra as the Shinde-Fadnavis government in the state has relaxed all festival restrictions.
This year Dahi Handi is again celebrated with the same enthusiasm and joy. The Dahi Handi festival can be seen everywhere today. Meanwhile, many places have organized respectable Dahi Handi.
Following the same, this year, “Jijau Dahi Handi Utsav 2022” was collected on behalf of Jijau Educational and Social Society Maharashtra and Jijau Association Dahanu at Sagar Naka, opposite Janata Bank, Dahanu Road.
Although this is the first year of Jijau Dahihandi Utsavs in Dahanu, this Dahihandi Utsav was celebrated on a grand scale and with great enthusiasm.
Traditional Koli songs, tribal songs, and dances were also organized to welcome the spectators and Govinda teams. A large crowd of spectators and Govind teams was seen in this Jijau Dahihandi festival.
Jijau Dahi Handi Utsav 2022 saw the announcement of cash prizes in Govinda Mandals. The celebration followed all the safety rules, and the Rs.22,222/- award was announced to the team who broke the Dahi Handi world record.
On this occasion, Mrs. Hemangitai Hiraman Patil, Head of Jijau Educational and Social Organization Women Empowerment, Mr. Nilesh (Pinka) Padwale, President of Vikramgad Nagar Panchayat, Palghar District Head Mr. Javed Khan were present.
Also, Dahanu Taluka Head Mr. Kalpesh Bhawar, Dahanu Taluka President Minority Mr. Arif Khan, Dahanu City Vice President Mr. Pranay Patel, Dahanu Youth President Mr. Mannu Dhodi, etc. were present.
As 287 tribal students under the Jawar project are yet to get admission to reputed schools, the educational future of these students has become bleak. Therefore, today on August 29, 2022, a protest was held for these tribal students in front of the project office at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Jawhar by the office bearers and activists of the Jijau organization, students who were not admitted, and their parents.
The students who have passed 10th in 2022 after studying in the reputed schools under the Tribal Development Project stay home and work there for the last two months. Concern has started in the parent class that the government has deprived them of education.
Under the Tribal Development Project, hundreds of students from Jawhar, Mokhada, and Vikramgad talukas have passed their education to class 10 in reputed English medium schools. It has been said that out of all these students, 132 have been admitted to a reputable school in Panchgani. But 278 students still have to be denied admission due to a lack of order regarding access from higher office.
Bharti Vidyapeeth, Vikramgad (Students – 85), Dnyaneshwar Mauli, Panvel (Students – 87), Sushma Patil Vidyalaya, Panvel (Students – 106) have passed 10th from reputed schools. But all these students still need to be admitted for the 11th admission. The important thing is that all these students belong to the tribal community, and the financial situation of all the students is deplorable.
Immediate action should be taken regarding the admission of all these students. Also, in case of educational loss of all these students, the tribal development project administration will be responsible for this loss.
If no action is taken immediately, a protest will be held on August 29, 2022, through Jijau Organization Maharashtra. Such a letter was given to Tribal Development Project Jawar, Project Officer, on behalf of Jijau Association Palghar.
As all these students were still not admitted, a sit-in protest was held in front of the project office at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Jawhar for the students of these tribal areas along with the Jijau organization, students who were not admitted, and their parents.
Therefore, after the Tribal Development Project Jawhar, Mr. Project Officer gave a written assurance that the admission process would be started in the next eight to ten days and the tribal students from Palghar district and nearby schools would be admitted as soon as possible; the protest called on behalf of Jijau Association Maharashtra was temporarily withdrawn.
But after this promise, the administration was warned that if the admission process did not start within the given time and the students did not get to the nearest school, the Jijau organization would launch an intense agitation.
Naresh Dhodi, President of Boisar Division, and Yogesh Patil, President of Palghar Rural Jijau UPSC/MPSC Library and Yashwant Srishti Boisar Palghar Road, Boisar, inaugurated at Bhimnagar Boisar (West) in Palghar District on 3 February 2023 by Mr. Nileshji Bhagwan Sambare, founder of Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha.
A program was organized at Circus Ground, Tarapur Road Boisar, during this grand opening. Thousands of people from the Boisar Division were present. The program started with Mr. Nileshji Sambare, and the chief guests lit the lamp. The blind and mentally disabled students of Jijau Residential School for Disabled Children in Svalboli presented beautiful songs.
The students of Bhimnagar Zilla Parishad School in Boisar Division welcomed the guests and dignitaries with a welcome song. In this program, women from Jijau Mahila Mandal of Palghar district performed a street play. Women and children also danced, sang, and spoke.
Anganwadi workers and sanitation workers of the gram panchayat department were also felicitated. On this occasion, the office bearers of the Jijau organization in Boisar division and Palghar rural division of Palghar taluka were appointed. Naresh Dhodi, President Boisar Division, Yogesh Patil, President Palghar Gramin, Yuva Cell, and Mahila Aghadi office bearers were appointed.
Founder of Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha, Mr. Nileshji Sambare Saheb, Jijau Institute Thane District Head, Ms. Monikatai Panve, and Jijau Institute Women Empowerment Palghar District Head, Mrs. Hemangitai Patil gave valuable guidance to the attendees.
The program was also concluded with a vote of thanks. In this program, the founder of Jijau Sanstha Shri. While talking to Boisar residents, Nileshji Sambare said, ‘There are many industrial companies here. But where does the CSR fund go? This CSR fund will be used for the health, education, and development of the surrounding area of Boisarkar.
Also, those youths will demand money for the business. If there is no surety for them, I will stand surety. But an entrepreneur should be born from our soil.’ The present assured him. Also, the population of Boisar City and Boisar division is increasing rapidly.
Where is the average healthcare system for the growing population? Where is the quality of the education system? Palghar Boisar Municipal Commissioner, as well as Collector of Palghar District, taps and other big institutions of high-rank officers, will be made from these libraries, he expressed his belief on this occasion.
He assured the present youth that by encouraging the child to be entrepreneurs in the industrial sector, empowering the Bhumiputra youth to set up more than 100 enterprises on their own would be done through the Jijau organization.
On the occasion of this program, Mr. Naresh Dhodi, President of Boisar Division, Mr. Bhagwan Mahadev Sambare Baba, Mrs. Bhavnadevi Bhagwan, Sambare President Jijau Sanstha, Mr. Dnyaneshwar Sambare, Former Vice President Zilla Parishad Palghar, Habib Sheikh Chairman Urban Bank Jawhar, Mr. Nilesh (Pinka) Padwale City President N.P Vikramgad, Mr. Sandesh Dhone District President Jijau Association Palghar and Chairman Health and Construction G.P Palghar were present.
Also, Mr. Mahendra Thackeray President of Jijau Labor Union, Dr. Girish Chaudhary Sub-Sarpanch Kudus Gram Panchayat, Mr. Mahendra Tukaram Patil Sub-President N.P Vikramgad, Mr. Pankaj Vasave Corporator N.P Talasari, Mr Ajit Jadhav Head Welfare Department, Mr. Pankaj Pawar Bhiwandi City Chief Adv. Chairman Urban Bank Jawhar, Mr. Naresh Prabhu Director Urban Bank Jawhar, Mr. Vaibhav Abhyankar Director Urban Bank Jawhar were present.
Also, Mr. Nilesh Patil Director of Jawhar Urban Bank, Shri. Raju Jadhav Former Gram Panchayat Member Boisar), Shri.Chandan Singh Bajrang Dal District Chief, Shri.Kailash Mhapadi Janashakti Editor, Shri. Paresh Karande, Mr. Sharad Katkar Gram Panchayat Member Boisar, and the chief office bearers of the Jijau organization in the district were present.
Haldi kunku is also for widows???
Haldi Kunku is considered to be the festival of perfumers. Therefore, it is customary to celebrate this festival by keeping away widows for this festival. However, women whose husbands died at a young age and became widows also feel that we should also get this honor. However, society does not accept it.
Till now, everyone has done turmeric kunku of Suvasini.
But turmeric for widows! Why and for what is this speculation??? All of you must have asked one or more of these questions.
On the occasion of the Haldi Kunku ceremony, we invite Suvasinis and plant turmeric and kunku. Gives variety. It is said that Goddess Durga among Suvasinis is worshipped on this occasion.
But the Suvasini whom we worship is also a woman, and my widow is also a woman..so why this difference?? Why is it, not the same luck??? If you want to worship any goddess on this turmeric kunkva, honor these widows, and celebrate the forms of Durga, Chandika, and Saraswati.
Because it is easy to do life when you are good luck, but only a widow can understand how difficult it is to live thinking only of others after losing her husband. After 12 days of fortune, there is a massive crowd of people at home, but on the 13th day, he is in front of her.
So who is with that widow???? She is doing all the duties alone, so who gave us the right that she doesn’t want to do Haldi Kunku just because she doesn’t have a husband ??? As we say, women now have equal treatment. There are equal rights in society. So why not the same for these widows? Why doesn’t she get her respect in the community???
Women have started a new chapter through this inspiring initiative organized by Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha to break the old customs and step towards social change.
A total of 50 widows of Medhe village in Vasai taluka were honored by garlanding them with haldi kunku. Also, on the occasion of Haldi Kunku, food kits were given to contribute to their lives.
A race for education for health was organized on Sunday, 21st August 2022 on Sunday, 21st August 2022 by the Jijau Educational and Social Society of Palghar district, ‘Kokan Varsha Marathon 2022’. This year was the 7th year of the Konkan Varsha Marathon. The said competition started at precisely 7 am, from the bus stop, Valboli in Vikramgad taluka, and ended at the same place.
This is the seventh year of the marathon, and the school students of the Konkan division got a golden opportunity to participate in the age groups of 10, 14, 17, and 19 years. Boys and girls’ open group was kept in this marathon competition. This marathon competition was held in 4 groups. 1 km for ten years age group, 4 km for boys aged 14 years and 3 km for girls, 6 km for boys aged 17 years and 4 km for girls, 10 km for boys aged 19 years and 6 km for boys. I was kept so far apart. The marathon competition was inaugurated by Mr. Dr. Shrikant Eknath Shinde Saheb (Khasdar Kalyan Lok Sabha).
On this occasion, Mr. Shri Ravindra Chavan Saheb (Minister of Public Works and Works (excluding Public Enterprises), Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection) Hon. Shri Ravindra Phatak Saheb (MLA and Head of Liaison Palghar District), Hon. Shri Srinivasa Vanaga Saheb (MLA) and Mr. Shantaram More Saheb (MLA Bhiwandi Rural) were the chief guests. The founder of the organization Shri. Special appreciation has been given to Nilesh Sambre, colleagues, and sports teacher Panch.
The inauguration ceremony of the development works of Vikramgad Nagar Panchayat was realized with the efforts of Hon’ble Chief Minister Mr. Eknathji Shinde and the dedication ceremony of two independent patient vehicles for Palghar and Dahanu Taluka, and the award ceremony of Konkan Varsha Marathon 2022 was also held.
Also, free treatment was provided for the contestants participating in the marathon competition. Arrangements were made to provide water to the contestants along the marathon route. Citizens were standing on the side of the road and cheering the contestants.
Although three months have passed, 287 tribal students have not yet been admitted to the designated schools under the Jawar project.
On Monday, 12th September 2022, office bearers and workers of the Jijau organization, the non-admitted students, and their parents started a protest for these tribal students in front of the Jawar project officer’s hall from 11 am. They have fasted to death.
Students who passed the 10th standard in 2022 after studying in reputed schools under Adivasi Development Project stayed home and worked there for the last two months. Concerns started in the parent class that the government deprived them of education.
Under the tribal development project, hundreds of students from Jawhar, Mokhada, and Vikramgad talukas have passed their education up to class 10th in reputed English medium schools, and 132 students have been admitted to a reputable school in Pachagani. But still, 278 students were deprived of admission due to a lack of order regarding access from the higher office.
Bharti Vidyapeeth, Vikramgad (Students – 85), Dnyaneshwar Mauli, Panvel (Students – 87), Sushma Patil Vidyalaya, Panvel (Students – 106) have passed 10th from reputed schools. But all these students still needed to be admitted for 11th admission.
The important thing is that all these students belong to the tribal community, and the financial situation of all the students is deplorable. Immediate action should be taken regarding the admission of all these students. Also, in case of educational loss of all these students, the tribal development project administration will be responsible for this loss.
Due to a lack of immediate action in this regard, through Jijau Association Maharashtra on 29th August 2022 for the students of this tribal area in front of the project office at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Jawhar, Jijau Association, students who have not been admitted And their parents had also protested.
After the Tribal Development Project Jawhar, Mr. Project Officer gave a written assurance that the admission process would be started in the next eight to ten days. The tribal students from Palghar district and nearby schools would be admitted as soon as possible, and the protest called on behalf of the Jijau organization Maharashtra was temporarily withdrawn.
But even after this promise, since the admission process did not start within the given time and the students could not find a nearby school, today, Monday, 12th September 2022, on behalf of the Jijau organization, a fast to death was started from 11 am in front of the hall of the project officer.
Finally, the efforts of the Jijau organization have been successful, and the admission process, which has been stalled for three and a half months, has started with a bang. Therefore, the fight raised by the Jijau organization for the education of these tribal students finally got justice.
Another celebration of Bhaubijee’s gratitude for the unprecedented, supernatural, superb, and enviable Hindu culture was held in Thane in the presence of more than 1500 sisters on Monday, 31st October 2022.
To express gratitude to the sisters of health workers, doctors, nurses, women police, and women sanitation workers who have always helped society by doing their duty during a great crisis like Corona, Jijau Social Association celebrated a ceremony of gratitude at Gadkari Theater in Thane.
Mr. Shambhuraj Desai (Excise Duty Minister Maharashtra State and Guardian Minister Thane District), Mr. Ashok Shingare (Thane District Collector), and Mr. Ram Repale (Standing Committee Former Chairman, Thane) were presented.
Also, Hon. Mr. Abhijit Bangar (Thane Municipal Commissioner), Mr. ACP Gavit Madam, Mr. Avinash Shinde (Provincial Officer), Mr. Girish Shilottare (Senior Shiv Sainik) were present and lighted the lamp.
This activity was implemented in the presence of Asha Sevikatai, Anganwadi Sevika, Doctors, Nurses, Women Police, and Women Sanitation Workers of Thane. On this occasion, 1500 Ashatais, nurses, doctors, and police sisters were gifted with Sneha’s Paithani of Jijau and a silver image of Maa Saheb Jijau.
In this unique gratitude bhaubij event, the deluge of love, the outpouring of emotions, the streams of tears flowing from the eyes, the boundless enthusiasm building up, and the feeling of having such a big brother by one’s back guaranteed security in every sister’s heart.
Also, to enhance the program’s color, the disabled boys and girls of Jijau Divyang Residential School and the teacher Mr. Gaikwad Sir mesmerized everyone with their melodious singing. Also, the children of the Garbage School run by Jijau Educational and Social Institute in Thane performed a beautiful dance.
All the Police Sisters, Doctors, Nurses, and Ashasevika Tai, who was present, occasionally expressed their feelings about the brotherhood received through the Jijau Sanstha. Today to express their gratitude for the situation during the Corona period and the work done at that time regardless of their lives.
The branch president of Thane Jijau Association, volunteers, office bearers, and workers of Jijau Association have worked hard for this program.
On this occasion, the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Institute, Mr. Nileshji Sambare, all office bearers, activists, and Asha Sevika of the Jijau organization were present. This brotherhood is given from Nilesh Sambare’s income.
Nilesh Sambare said that I got the inspiration to celebrate the brotherhood of gratitude to these sisters every year out of this sense of affection from the rites of my parents.
Mr. Nilesh ji Bhagwan Sambare, the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha since 2020, expresses his gratitude to the health workers, doctors, nurses, women police, and women sanitation workers who always help society by doing their duty during the time of great crisis like Corona.
In Thane and Palghar districts, Gratitude Bhaubeej is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Another celebration of Bhaubeej’s gratitude for the unprecedented, supernatural, unique, and desirable Hindu culture was held in Thane and Palghar districts through Jijau Sanstha.
This is the third year of Gratitude Bhaubeej. Like every year, this year too, this year of gratitude was celebrated with equal enthusiasm in Thane and Palghar districts.
In this unique gratitude bhaubeej event, the deluge of love, the outpouring of emotions, the streams of tears flowing from the eyes, the boundless enthusiasm building up, and the feeling of having such a big brother by one’s back guaranteed security in every sister’s heart.
Boisar, Manor, Safale in Palghar taluka, Acharya Atre Rangayat in Kalyan taluka, Government Maternity Home in Ulhasnagar Char, Primary Health Center in Badlapur village, Mangrul PHC Center in Ambernath taluka, Satraggaon in Murbad taluka celebrated bhaubeej.
Also, Mhsa, Dhasai, Khardi, Kasara in Shahapur taluka, Vaishya Samaj Hall, Upazila Hospital, Dahanu, Talasari, Vikramgad, and Gadkari in Thane were celebrated with great enthusiasm.
A total of 35000 Doctors, Nurses, Asha Sevika Tai, Anganwadi Sevika Tai, and Swachhta Worker Police Sisters of Thane and Palghar District were given silver images of Paithani Saree and Rajmata Jijau as brotherly gifts.
Interestingly, in the Bhaubij program held at Manor in Palghar taluka, a Muslim sister waved to Mr. Nileshji Sambre (Appa), the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Institute, and gave a message of social unity.
This brotherhood was a joy for the Ashatai, nurses, doctors, and police sisters of the Thane and Palghar districts, who have efficiently maintained the health system, law, and order for the past two years.
On the initiative of Mr. Nilesh Bhagwan Sambare, Founder and President of Jijau Educational and Social Institute, gratitude was expressed by gifting Paithani to all these sisters.
In the last two years, the terrible crisis of Corona spread. Since then, till today, without worrying about their family, they continued to fight against the problem of Corona, their sisters, nurses, doctors, and police officers.
That is why Jijau’s educational and social organization is celebrating the brotherhood of gratitude this year, like last year, to express its gratitude towards him.
We must give something back to the society in which we are born. All society owes us numerous debts, and as a small effort to pay off those debts, Mr. Nilesh Sambare’s goal is to serve the community through self-earning, health, education, arts and sports, women empowerment, agriculture, etc.
In the social field, Jijau Sanstha carries out various activities on a priority basis, and the only goal is to develop the society Jijau Sanstha is fulfilling its duty by working for the welfare of humanity.
Branch presidents of the Jijau organization in Thane and Palghar districts, volunteers, officials, and workers of the Jijau organization worked hard in this Bhaubij program.
On this occasion, the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Institute, Mr. Nileshji Sambare, all office bearers, activists, many dignitaries of the Jijau organization, Asha Sevika Tai, Police Sisters, Doctors, Nurses, and Anganwadi Sevika Tai were present in large numbers.
On behalf of Kunbi Samaj Seva Sanstha, Shahapur, ‘Kunbi Mahotsav 2023’ was organized at Asangaon in Shahapur taluka from 10th to 13th February. Mr. Nilesh Sambare, the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha, and all the office bearers of the Jijau organization visited this festival.
Various cultural programs and Haldikunku ceremonies for women were also organized during this festival. While interacting with Shahapur residents present on this occasion, Mr. Nilesh Sambare, the founder of Jijau Sanstha, said, ‘Big officials should be produced from Shahapur taluk every year.
Also, more attention should be given to the educational development of deserving students in rural areas through such festivals. Also, show the leaders who talk about buying the society with trucks full of money during elections their place in the future.
The society in Shahapur taluka is self-respecting and hardworking and will try to buy two percent leading people. Still, even if “Kuber” comes to the surface to buy 98 percent of the society, it is impossible.” – Shri Nilesh Bhagwan Sambare Saheb Founder: Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha
Free upsc/mpsc and competitive exam libraries are running at 44 locations in Konkan through Jijau Sanstha. 4 are running in Shahapur taluka, and eight students from Shahapur and Vasind libraries have qualified for the mpsc main exam.
This is a matter of pride, and in the coming time, one student will pass upsc, and five students will pass mpsc every year. This dream is alive. Also, every year 50 students of Shahapur taluka should go abroad for higher education. Our society should be highly educated.
On this occasion, Mr. Nilesh Sambare expressed his opinion that attention should be paid to the educational development of deserving students in rural areas through such festivals and thanked the commissioners.
On this occasion, veterans were incredibly honored by the Honorable Mr. Nilesh Sambare, the founder of Jijau Sanstha.
On this occasion at Shahapur Kunbi Mahotsav 2023 Shri.Nilesh ji Bhagwan Sambare Saheb Founder: Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha, Shri. Dnyaneshwarji (Shiva) and Sambare (District W Vice President Palghar) were present.
Also, Mr. Nilesh (Pinka) Padwale (City President Vikramgad), Mr. Rajendra Nimse (Upsarpanch Atgaon), and Mr. Appa Bhoir (Upsarpanch Kalamgaon) were present.
Also, Mr. Sunil Lakde, Mr. Dinesh Chande, Avinash Chande, Ramesh Nichite, Sandesh Vekhande, Umesh Bhakere, Vivek Pansare, Janardan Bhere, Ashok Dhamane, Amol Shinde, Madhukar Gaikwad, Vinayak Dhamane, Akshay Dhamane, Vinod Bangar, Nitin Bangar and office bearers of Jijau organization were present.