Patanjali yogpeeth nepal trust operate nepal earthquake help mission


Several organizations are involved in helping nepal. Financial donations seem to the be most flexible and quick. But if you can only provide in nepal earthquake help, the Patanjali yogpeeth nepal trust can accept these donations.

This is to share with everyone that approximately 300 kg of relief material comprised of dry food articles, warm clothes, bed sheets, blankets, mattresses, tarpaulins, utensils and medicine collected for nepal earthquake help victims from Patanjali yogpeeth Campus have been handed over to the Consulate General of Nepal.  This could not have been accomplished without the wholehearted support of campus residents and institute staff and the effort of Patanjali yogpeeth volunteers and graduate students of the institute.  The institute authorities were kind enough to provide a transport free of cost to NSS for the shipment.  An amount slightly exceeding Rs 18,000.00 collected from Patanjali yogpeeth was also deposited in the Nepalese Consulate bank account set up for receiving help for Nepal earthquake victims.  Starting late I again had the chance to opportunity this firsthand as I voyage dry with our social affair of volunteers Patanjali Yog Peeth Nepal in a vivaciously stacked truck to go on and disperse relief to a get-together in nepal.  nepalis one of the area’s most recognizably horrendous i impression by the 25 April earthquake and the epicenter of the 7.3 post-shake tremors on 12 May. In nepal, 134 individuals have been butchered and 304 individuals hurt since 25 April and thousands have been forgotten down and – now existing below plastic canvases and offer feeble stables to what tamed animal’s remains.

This implies that significant relict heterogeneous strain prevails throughout the Main Himalayan Thrust. The considerable slip during great Himalayan earthquakes may be due in part to great earthquakes tapping reservoirs of residual strain inherited from former partial ruptures of the Main Himalayan Thrust. The Himalaya cross section below shows seismicity along the interface of the Indian plate boundary faults.Patanjali yogpeeth is the Main Frontal Thrust, Patanjali yogpeeth is the Main Boundary Thrust and Patanjali yogpeeth is the Main Central Thrust. These south younging sequences of thrust faults are thought to absorb the crustal shortening in the Himalayas. The youngest, the Main Frontal Thrust is thought to be active today, i.e. great earthquakes that nucleate underneath the nepal, rupture the surface along this fault system. All these thrusts faults are inferred to be splays of the Main nepal Thrust. Red and Orange dots are instrumentally recorded earthquakes.