Snehalaya’s Br Joseph Crasta's life story included as lesson for Mangalore University BCA students

Daijiworld Media Network - Kasargod

Kasargod, Feb 29: It is indeed a source of profound joy and a moment of great pride for Snehalaya as the life story of Br Joseph Crasta has been chosen as a lesson for the BCA students. The narrative, meticulously etched by the virtuous Br Joseph, delineates a life devoted to selfless benevolence. Such a narrative has earned the distinguished honour of being enshrined as an instructional gem within the hallowed annals of academia.

Under the auspices of the National Education Programme, this poignant chronicle now stands as a beacon of enlightenment for the erudite minds of 4th BCA students. It finds its revered place within the esteemed, 'Ganaka Mangala - Part Four’, bearing the resonant appellation 'Sneha Gange’. This recognition not only underscores the merit of Br Joseph's altruistic endeavours but also imparts a profound significance to the invaluable lessons encapsulated in his life story.

The genesis of this literary odyssey lies in the quill of Ravi Naikappu, who, with profound eloquence, narrated the life saga of Br Joseph. The contours of this opus delineate the solitary and selfless mission undertaken by Br Joseph, an unwavering commitment to uplift the downtrodden and marginalized denizens of the society. Today, this narrative ascends to its zenith, weaving a crescendo that resonates with the compassionate endeavours of Br Joseph.





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