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Rajagopuram
Embroidery

01. Measured an area of 86x63 cms
02. Covered an area of 6.9 sq.ft.
03. Has as many as 82,875 stitches.
04. Total thread length 720 metres
05. Of ten different colours giving
a three dimensional effect.
06. With frame.

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This time we landed up at MALRCHI, a school for the mentally challenged children, located in Trichy - Pudukottai main road.

As a part of our social service we decided to renovate the existing twenty seven windows which were in a real pitiable condition.

Another one was installing a Door mat weaving machine.

The expenses incurred are
Renovation of the windows         -        85,000
Door mat weaving machine        -        15,000

Total                                                  -    1,00,000




Mat Weaving Training Programme

TILUNA, as a continuation of rendering service to the society, the representatives has conducted three days (8th, 9th, 10th October 2013) training programme at UDHAYAM at Chennimalai, home for the differently abled children on mat weaving, screen printing and tree planting programmes. TILUNA has sponsored Rs. 15000 for mat weaving machine and Rs.17500 for Jute weaving machine to carry out this programme successfully. This organisation was founded by Fr. Thomas Prakash Palathingal. From its inception, the organisation has been indulging in various activities to enhance their children on special education, physiotherapy, yoga and games. They have started vocational training in recent years and giving training on cover making, basket weaving, paper bag making etc.

TILUNA Secretary, Mrs. G. K. Krishnaveni has given the training programme for three days for 2 teachers, 7 differently abled children and 3 Staffs. The children participated with full energy and enthusiasm which was depicted by their interest in performing the weaving and printing activities. The students were asked to separate the waste materials of different colours which have to be used for weaving the mats. They were able to differentiate the colours and assisted their teachers to weave the mats in the mat weaving machine. The teachers and staffs also learnt the mechanism very quickly and taught the students of how to weave the mats in the mat weaving machine in their language.

After this, screen printing training has been given, where the organisation name has been screened in t-shirts and showed to the students. Later, TILUNA has bought nursery plants of various varieties and with the help of everybody in the organisation; they were planted, where TILUNA considered this as the seed for the next generation.

The names of the students who undertook training are V. Karthi of Erode, Safick of Kovai, Perumal of Dharmapuri, Periyaswamy of Karur, Dhilip of Karur, Raviwaruva of Karur, Balamurugan of Chennimalai. Hemalatha, Father Jose Kannampillai, Kotley Tharagan were the teachers who undertook the training. TILUNA felt happy and satisfied after giving training to this organisation of differently abled children.




Towering above the rest

It is entirely justified to think that an unusual charitable venture would run out of steam 15 years after it was launched. The passage of time, however, has done little to discourage the quietly toiling members of the Trichy Innovative Ladies Union Needlework Association.



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Another feather in the cap of TILUNA social service, we are glad to share with you one of a good deed. This is a Spastic Society mainly for cerebral palsy students located in the heart of Trichy where they cater the spastic children ranging from infants to adults. Inorder to occupy them and make them self sufficient Spastic Society along with the help of parents and volenteers, have decided to reramp the existing Spastic Masala Powder manufacturing unit.

Here TILUNA has decided to gi ve away an amount of Rs.1,53,400/- towards the reramping the entire unit,viz.laying of tiles, setting of shelves, kitchen counter, grinding and powdering machinery. And also to set up a canteen with coffee/tea vending machine and other
necessary items.



In the field of education TILUNA has taken another step forward. We have decided to help very needful person who sees the world through education. Selvan.M.Chandrasekar has completed B.A.English Literature in a regular college, Thanthai Hans Roever College, Perambalur, inspite of this disability. He has an ambition of doing B.ED. By God's grace he has been given a seat in JRS College Of Education, Annamangalam. The total cost of particular course comes to Rs.65,000/-.TILUNA has come forward to bear the defecit amount of Rs.31,500/- towards the college expense. We are glad to say that this amount has been given to Selvan.Chandrasekar in the presence of his village President
[ Mr.Thangavelu,President of Puthanampatti ].


As a next step in the ladder of their project TILUNA has helped ST.ANTONY'S TRAINING AND REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR MENTALLY RETARDED school in Karur. They have given a machinery worth Rs.75,000/- for making envelops.files,screen printing works,paper bags,etc.,through which the students can enhance their livelihood. TILUNA has also arranged a training programme in the making of above products at a cost of Rs.10,000/- which has been given as a cheque.



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Yet another milestone in our service towards the society. Recently we gave away three wheeler Chargeable Scooter to a very needy student who has just completed her M.B.A. despite physical challenges she has.This scooter came to around Rs.45,000/-. This amount was generated from the sale of Rajagopuram picture.





TILUNA (Tiruchy Innovative Ladies United Needlework Association) was felicitated for creating the longest half cross stitch embroidery measuring 2437.50 ft. by 666 members along with Usha Shridhar as President and G.K. Krishnaveni as Secretary. The 1,170 pieces (86 cm x 63 cm) of the Srirangam Rajagopuram covered an area of 6, 906, 25 sq. ft. Each piece had 82, 875 stitches using 720 meters of thread. They started creating this art work from April 4, 1998, and displayed it on October 06, 2007, at SRC College, Trichy.

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Members of the Tiruchi Innovative Ladies United Needlework Association presenting a Laptop to Master. Rajasekar, MAM College, Trichy







stitch together:Members of the Tiruchi Innovative Ladies United Needlework Association presenting a refrigerator to the Government Girls Higher Secondary School for the Blind, Puthur, in the city on Monday.


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Dinamalar -Pengal Malar


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Members of the Tiruchi Innovative Ladies' United Needlework Association giving a cheque to K.G. Meenaskhi, second from right, Correspondent, Sri Sivananda Balalaya in Tiruchi.


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Needlepoint-precision:Members of the TILUNA displaying the beautiful reproduction of the rajagopuram of Sri Ranganathaswamy temple, in Bangalore on Saturday.


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Showing resolve: Usha Sridhar, president, and G.K. Krishnaveni, secretary of TILUNA, with the certificate.


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EXCELLENCE WITH THREAD:
Attractive melange of colours on display.


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Members of the Tiruchi Innovative Ladies' United Needlework Association giving a Rajagopuram embroidery piece to Srirangam Temple.