Under the auspices of SACC and Rajahmundry Interfaith Project, a Two-day Young Adult Programme was organised at Rajahmundry on 26th and 27th June 2004.

Twenty-three young adults from different local colleges and eight young adults from Vizag participated. Among them were 15 male and 16 female participants – 22 Hindu, 4 Christian, 3 Jain and 2 Muslim.

Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, International Council member and Coordinator of SACC, also took part.

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RFYN Rajahmundry 2004 (PDF)

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