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Nagpur organises education exchange with dutch delegation

Nagpur First organised an Evening with Dutch Delegation for Education Exchange: We thank Vedeesh Sahajpal Ji and Vijay Chauthaiwale Ji to connect us to a well renowned organization called Nagpur First. We thank Aniket Jha Ji from Nagpur First for organising an exchange event with multiple schools from Nagpur on 17th October at Chitnavis Centre with the purpose to discuss best practices from Dutch and Indian educational systems. In order to demonstrate the Diversity of schools in Nagpur, there were teachers from additional 13 schools from Nagpur gathered under one roof. The event was a huge success as there was a great exchange on how to have happy students, behavioural correction, difference in education systems, including children in activities and adaptive learning processes. The following participants attended the session with long term goal of enhancing, exploring and expanding the horizons of educational exchange between Nagpur and Netherlands.Ms. Vrundan from Dehaat Foundation/ anandam vidyala, Mrs. Rajshree Vaidya from DPS Lava, Mrs. Aditi Telang from DPS Lava, Dr. Jayshree Bhake from GH Raisoni Vidyani Ketan, Mrs. Harsha Dhamne from Meghe Group of Schools, Mr. Rohan Kapai from Modern School, Mrs. Anuradha Sardeshpande from Modern School, Mrs. Darshana Harichandan from Sandipani School, Mrs. Mamta Singh from Sandipani School, Mrs. Rohini Barse from Sandipani School, Mrs. Arlene Khan from Sandipani School, Mrs. Sherina Anthony from School of Scholars, Mrs. Pushpamala Parmar from Tejswini Vidya Mandir, Mrs. Mrs. Dipali Bharadwaj from Tejswini Vidya Mandir, Dr. Priyadarshani Deoghare from The Achievers School, Mrs. Anju Chopra from Tuli Public School, Ms. Priyanka Badlani from Tuli Public School, Ms. Radhika Pathania from Tuli Public School, Mrs. Bhagyashree Deshpande from Abhyudaya Global Village school, Mr. Sachin Deshpande, Mrs. Sohimi Das from GH Raisoni Vidyani Ketan, Mrs. Lubaina Ali from Meghe Group of Schools.Nagpur first founded in 2006, with the mission of making Nagpur a global city has undertaken such initiatives in the past wherein the youth exchange programs were held between Indian students to Norway and Norway students to India as well as teachers exchange. For more details about the initiatives of Nagpur first visit

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OFBJP Unity Partner – Stichting Laxmi

OFBJP​ Management team is pleased to announce that Stichting Laxmi which is based in Barendrecht, The Netherlands, a leading Hindustani- Indian Diaspora Organisations is our Consortium Partner & Advisor. Every Indian takes pride in the fact that India is one of the very few countries where highest offices of President and Prime Minister are occupied by Women. In addition India is one of the rare countries where Hindu deities are the gods and goddesses. Goddesses in Hinduism are the representation of Shakti, the feminine source of power in the universe. It is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to empower women. Stichting Laxmi was established in The Netherlands in 2016 under the leadership of all women team Millie Mahesh, Ranu Ram Soedjas and Vijanti Kanhai. The current management team comprises of hard working, friendly and enterprising women Monica Ramadhin, Sarita Poeran, Ranu Ramsoedjas, Millie Mahesh and Vijanty Kanhai. Stichting Laxmi is proud of Indian origin, Hindu roots, Hindu culture and Hindu tradition. They have been actively promoting Hindu culture, art and language by organizing workshops for food, music, dance, art, painting and Ayurveda in the municipality of Barendrecht and surrounding cities. It is OFBJP ambition to unite all Indo-Dutch Diaspora Organisation. Stichting Laxmi has been doing this actively by promoting cooperation between the Hindu target group with other communities in the municipality of Barendrecht in such a way that the integration and participation of all involved groups are promoted, while maintaining its own culture and identity through cooperation on coexistence and equivalence with deep respect for each other. In addition, Stitching Laxmi is contributing immensely towards sport among citizens in Barendrecht and surrounding cities to improve health in general and in particular to prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes and depression. 
OFBJP will continue to put efforts to bring like minded spiritual, cultural, commercial organisations together to strengthen Indo- Dutch Friendship. 


Tribute to Ambassador Shri J. S. Mukul

OFBJP family salutes his Excellency J.S. Mukul, Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, who has been a part of Indian Foreign Service and a specialist in International Relations. His diplomatic career bought several accomplishments, involving both bilateral and multilateral diplomacy covering political/disarmament and economic-commercial work. His tenure as Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Permanent Representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague has been extremely valuable for which we thank him from the bottom of our heart. We are grateful to him for playing a vital role in Uniting PIO, OCI, and NRI community living in The Netherlands.

  1. Ambassador Mukul Ji ensured that every Indian Passenger was safe after the Brussels Terrorist Attack. He was in action at 3:00AM in the morning at Schiphol Airport with Head of counselor desk Shri Sanjeev Singh Ji.
  2. Ambassador Mukul Ji worked with late Smt. Sushma Swaraj Ji for getting OCI cards for 6th generation Hindustani Suriname friends.
  3. Ambassador Mukul Ji played an instrumental role with Ministry of External Affairs to launch finding the roots program for our Hindustani Suriname friends here in The Netherlands.
  4. Ambassador Mukul Ji helped OFBJP Netherlands to launch the first Chai pe Charcha in 2016 in Sheraton and launched the book The Modi Doctrine: New Paradigms in India’s Foreign Policy during first P Europe conference of OFBJP. He and his team contributed immensely to the first report released by OFBJP.
  5. First Joint Report with Indian Embassy:
His Excellency Shri J.S. Mukul and wife.

It is Ambassadors like him who listened to the pain of the people and tried to bring reforms and changes which will live across multiple generations. We salute him for his hard work.

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Stop destroying humanity with divisions

UN Human rights does not dare to enter or speak about some countries where there are REAL Human Rights issues. They should be putting healing energy to sponsor medication of people suffering anywhere in the world equally.
Stop polarising India and supporting the corrupt Rahul Gandhi family and his allies. From the start it was clear there was foreign forces funding the divide between Hindus and Muslims. Now they are getting exposed. The true political intention of UN existence is becoming clear. #StopdestroyingHumanitywithdivisions.