ZëR⭕ F⭕⭕D W🅰stë :in R🅰jya Puraskar Testing camp⚜ helding from today dated 16/10/2019 at The Bharat Scouts and Guides ,Dr.V.S.Acharya District Training Center , Pragathinagara, Alevoor, Mañipal ,Udupi, Karnataka State, India.🇮🇳 This W⭕rld F⭕⭕D D🅰y I commit to... GOAL 2 IN ACTION with scouts of India⚜ On World Food Day 16th October 2k19 !!⚜... Action … Continue reading Zero Food Waste in Rajya Puraskar Testing Camp in India / Scouts India / Sharmin Banu MS
This World Environment Day, it’s time for a change!! ⚜ 35th month of Swachh Bharat #Cleanliness Drive which held on today dated 26/05/2019 at Indrali Railway Station Udupi .Karnataka. India. We rangers and Rovers scouts and guides cleaned the Indrali railway station and its surroundings and railway tracks and also gave the awareness to public … Continue reading World Environmental Day Cleaning Railway Station / Sharmin Banu M S / Scouts India
Earth Day 2019. Protecting species 🐢🐍🐳🐅🦍🐼 We Bharat Scouts and Guides district association Udupi District karnataka State,India rovers and rangers actively participated in Earth day celebration 2019 at Animal Rescue Centre, Saligrama, Udupi district Karnataka State,India. Where we came to know about various species related issues and their importance in ecosystem . More than 55 … Continue reading Earth Day. Protecting Species in India / Sharmin Banu MS / Scouts India / Scouts for SGDs
Sharmin Banu is one of the rangers of the Barat Scouts & Guides of Karnataka, India. She is an adventurer, hiker, poet, writer, and Wikipedia editor.
Feeling happy to part of.. Divisional level rover and rangers #nature#study 🌿🌈⚡🌎and #trekking #camp held at #Sirsi #Karnataka #India 😇 See all photos https://www.facebook.com/sharmin.banu.144/posts/313685009443693 Meet our collaborator Sharmin Banu from India
We have been following Morella Koifman and Raul Sotillo's trip to India and Nepal. Here is an update about rituals in Ganges River.
Raul Sotillo is in India sharing his photos. Sound horn in back of trucks caught his attention. Here is one explanation. One Plausible Reason Why Indians Love Honking Horns. Forbes "No matter what they’re driving, a motorbike, a three-wheel auto-rickshaw, or a 40 year old Tata Motors truck, the horn is as important as the … Continue reading Sound Horn in India | Raul Sotillo