26 January 1950 was the day India’s Constitution came into effect, and the country became a republic. The significance of January 26 is that on that day in 1929, Purna Swaraj was demanded as opposed to British rule.

Republic Day represents the spirit of Independent India.

CFSI celebrated Republic Day 2021 with Children by screening film SENANI SANE GURUJI at multiple locations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

1.      AMYAA, Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

2.      Snehalaya, Centre for Child Rights, (Boys), Guwahati, Assam.

3.      Shelter Don Bosco, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

4.      Sushil Balak Grih, Janjgir Champa, Chattisgarh.

5.      SUPPORT, Mumbai, Maharahstra.

6.      Government Observation Home, Ajmer, Rajasthan.

7.      Government Observation Home, Faridkot, Punjab.

8.      Superintendent Children Home for Boys, Gurdaspur, Punjab.

9.      Don Bosco Rehabilitation Centre, Ramanthapur, Telangana.

10.  Urban Residential Hostal for Girls, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.

11.  PASS Manovikas, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.

12.  Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.

13.  Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.

Synopsis of film SENANI SANE GURUJI:

Renowned social reformer and freedom fighter, Sane Guruji was born in a poor Brahmin family. Though his mother died young, she remained a huge influence on the young Sane who completed his education against innumerable odds and became a teacher. He joined the Indian freedom movement and was jailed many times. He also fought against social evils like the caste system and women’s subjugation. Adapted from a biography of Sane Guruji by Raja Mangalvadekar, the film that has won many awards.