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History of scouting and Guiding in India

History of scouting and Guiding in India

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  • World Scout
  • The History of Scouting and Guiding in the World • The Boy Scouts Movement had a simple start in the year 1907 when a retired Army General Lord Baden Powell conducted an experimental camp in Brown sea Island in England with 20 boys. The successful conduct of the camp and publication of the Book “Scouting for Boys” in a fortnightly marked the start of the Boy Scout Movement. • In the year 1910, Crystal palace Rally was held where Girls wearing the boy Scout uniform appeared and wanted to join the Scout Movement. Lord Baden Powell decided to start a movement for Girls with the help of his sister Agnes Baden Powell
  • Scouting In India • Scouting started in India in the year 1909, when Captain T.H.Baker established the first Scout Troop in Bangalore and got it registered with imperial Headquarters, London.subsequently, Scout Troops were formed in Kirkee (Pune), Simla, Madras, Jabalpur, Lonavla (Mumbai) and registered with the Imperial Headquarters during 1910 and 1911. These units were open to European and Anglo Indian Children only. • The first Guide Company in India was started in Jabalpur, Central India in 1911. View slide
  • Definition • The Bharat Scouts & Guides is a voluntary, non-political, educational movement for young people, open to all without distinction of origin, race or creed ,in accordance with the purpose, principles and methods conceived by the Founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907. View slide
  • Purpose • The purpose of the Movement is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of local, national and international communities
  • Principles • DUTY TO GOD:  Adherence to spiritual principle,  • loyalty to the religion that expresses the acceptance of  the duties resulting there from. • DUTY TO OTHERS; • Loyalty to one's country in harmony of local and  international peace, understanding, co-operation. • Participation in the development of society with  recognition and respect for dignity of one's fellowmen  and for the integrity of the natural world. • DUTY TO SELF: • Responsibility for the development of one’s self.
  • 1. A Scout/Guide is 2. A Scout/Guide is 3. A Scout/Guide is 4. A Scout/Guide is 5. A Scout/Guide is 6. A Scout/Guide is 7. A Scout/Guide is Trustworthy. Loyal. A friend to animal and loves Nature. Disciplined and helps protect public property. Courageous. Thrifty. Pure in Thought, Word and Deed.  
  • • On my honor • I promise that • I will do my best • To do my duty to God • And my Country • To help other people and • To obey the Scout/Guide Law.
  •           The Scout/Guide Sign is given by raising the Right hand in  level  with  the  shoulder,  palm  to  the  front  with  three  fingers  stretched together and thumb closing on the little finger. •The  Sign  is  given  at  the  time  of  Investiture  or  at  the  time  of  renewal of the Scout/Guide promise. •The Sign reminds Parts of the Promise made and forms the  basis of the Salute. •The thumb covering the little finger stands for protecting the  weaker people. •   
  • It is achieved by being Physically Strong, Mentally Awake, and Morally Straight. It also means that you are always in a state of readiness in mind and body to do your duty.
  • • Scout/Guide Salute is given by raising the right arm smartly to the level of the shoulder, palm to the front with the three fingers stretched together, the first touching the forehead one inch above the right eyebrow and thumb closing on the little finger. And after that, the arm cutting to the front is quickly and smartly down curling the fingers. • The Salute reminds, members of the promise taken. The 3 fingers held upright represent the 3 fold Promise.
  • In 1896 our founder, as Colonel Baden Powell, was in Ashanti in Africa. After the conflict on entering the town was met and greeted by the African Chief. B.P. held out his right hand. The African Chief said, "No, you must shake my left hand, because only the Bravest Of The Brave Shake hands With The Left". And also the left hand is nearer to our heart so it's given as a Hearty Shake Hand. Today Cubs and Scouts shake hands with the left hand. It is a sign that they are all members of the Worldwide Scouting family
  • SCOUT/GUIDE PRAYER 1.DAYA KAR DAN BHAKTI KA, HAMEIN PARAMATMA DENA DAYA KARNA HAMARI ATMA MEIN SHUDDHATA DENA. 2.HAMARE DHYAN MEIN AAO PRABHU ANKHON MEIN BAS JAO ANDHERE DIL MEIN AAKAR KE PARAM JYOTI JAGA DENA 3.BAHA DO PREM KI GANGA DILO ME PREM KA SAGAR HAMEN AAPAS ME MILJULKAR PRABHU REHANA SIKHA DENA 4.HAMARA KARAM HO SEVA HAMARA DHARAM HO SEVA SADA IMAAN HO SEVA WO SEVAK CHAR BANA DENA 5.VATAN KE VASTE JEENA, VATAN KE VASTE MARNA VATAN PAR JAAN FIDA KARNA PRABHU HUM KO SIKHA DENA 6.DAYA KAR DAN BHAKTI KA, HAMEIN PARAMATMA DENA DAYA KARNA HAMARI ATMA MEIN SHUDDHATA DENA.
  • Flag Song • Bharat Scout Guide Jhanda  Uncha Sada Rahega, Uncha Sada Rahega Jhanda Uncha Sada Rahega. Neela Rang Gagan Sa Vistrit Bhratru Bahv Phelata, Tridal kamal Nit tin Pratigyao Ki Yad dilata. Aur Chakr Kehta Hei Prathipal  Age Kadam Badega. Uncha Sada Rahega Jhanda Uncha Sada Rahega.
  • The National Flag • The National Flag is a tri color and rectangular piece made up of three rectangular bands of equal width; the color of the top band is saffron (Keshri) and of the bottom band is dark green: the middle band is white having in the center the design of the Ashoka Chakra in navy blue. Saffron color denotes renunciation and sacrifice. The white in the center denotes purity, the path of truth to guide our conduct. The green shows prosperity. Ashoka Chakra in the center of the white is wheel of the law of Dharma. It denotes progress
  • The Bharat Scouts and Guides Flag • The Bharat Scouts and Guides Flag shall be in dark blue color, the emblem in yellow colour shall be in the center of the flag with Ashoka Chakra in blue color The size of the flag shall be 180 cms. In length and 120 cms. in width, the emblem will be 45 cms by 39 cms. The size of the Group Flag, which is the same as above, shall be 180 cms X 120 cms. with proportionate emblem. The name of the group shall be written in a yellow color below the emblem in straight line
  • The World Guide Flag, • The World Guide Flag, which every guide must know how to draw and describe, is the symbol of the unity of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts of the world. • The design of Miss Kari as, Chief Guide of Norway, was chosen for our World Guide Flag • It is used at International Guide Camps, Conferences, and can be used at enrolment ceremonies.         The golden trefoil is world badge  and symbolizes the three fold Promise  of the Guide. The colors were chosen  to represent the sun shining in a blue  sky. The two starts in the leaves of the  trefoil remind us of the leading stars of  our Guide life. The Law and the  Promise, and the vein or line is like the  compass needle, which guides us on  the right cause. The trefoil rest on a  flame like base and is a copy of the  "feu" or fire of heraldry. It represents  the spirit of service and the flame of  the love for mankind, which burns in  our hearts and is a symbol of our  international out book.
  • The National Headquarters of the Bharat Scouts Lakshmi Mazumdar Bhawan , 16, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Indra Prasth Estate, New Delhi – 110002. The National Headquarters building was inaugurated in the year 1963 by the then Vice President of India Dr. Zakir Hussain.
  • By-By- Alok JAiswAlAlok JAiswAl (liBrAriAn)(liBrAriAn) AdvAnce scout mAsterAdvAnce scout mAster kendriyA vidyAlAyAkendriyA vidyAlAyA khAmmAmkhAmmAm lib.aloksir@gmail.comlib.aloksir@gmail.com http://librarykvkhammam.wordpress.comhttp://librarykvkhammam.wordpress.com