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History of Chanderi (Hindi)   
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This radio programme speaks about Chanderi. A small village in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India where most of the people are weavers and is known for its saris.

 
The history dates back to the reign of King Kriti Pal of Chanderi who was the ruler then. One night in his dream Maa Jageshwari told him to build a temple and told him not to open the temple doors for nine days. King Kriti Pal could not stop himself and he opened the gates on the third day and found out that Maa Jageshwari was erupting from the ground and only her head had come out then.

Informative programme for children (Hindi)   
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This informative programme on children speaks about many inquisitive questions which every children would like to seek answer to it. It speaks about the scientific names, its affects and its use.  The wide range of questions selected by the host imparts valuable information with which we are attached to in our day to day life but we fail to notice it closely.

Children and teachers- Regarding primary education (Hindi)   
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This radio programme brings forward the voices of the children and the teachers of Chanderi regarding primary education in that area. It is seen that there are less children attending school after the 6th and the 7th standard as the burden of the families falls upon them and they start working at very tender age.

The government schemes of providing free books, food, dress and stipend is appreciated by the villagers but they demand that it should be available to the children studying in higher classes too.

Bidi labourers of Chanderi (Hindi)   
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This radio programme speaks about Bedi labourers of Chanderi. The bidi labourers makes around one thousand bedi and earn Rs 25 a day. The laborers laments that this earning is insufficient to run their family. They would rather shift in making saris if they get a larger space. The Bidi labourers are unaware of the government schemes and the bidi factories owners does very little when it comes to help the Bidi labourers in time of need. Mr. Hamid Khan leader of the Bidi union speaks about the difficulties he and his laborers are facing because of corruption in the government officials posted there.

Rain water harvesting in Chanderi (Hindi)   
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Water is the most precious thing in the world and without it there would not have been any life in this world. Due to rise in population and excess use of water many countries are suffering from acute water shortage. This radio programme speaks of a small village on hills of Chandheri town where the villagers are facing water problem.

The drama shows how the locals take this challenge on their hand. The villagers meet the village head and they finally land up in Janpat panchayat where the experts inform them about their geographical disadvantage of the village and how they can still go on for rain water harvesting which would cost less and benefit them in future.

External beauty is not the real beauty (Hindi)   
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हमारे देश मे अनेको ऐसी परिस्थितियो मे आकर कई रिशते टूट जाते है चाहे उनमे कितनी कावलियत हो अनेको हादसे इस शव्द के पिछे होते है। सुनदरता इसके पिछे कई लडकियो को कई कठिनाइयो से गुजरना पडता है, तो हमने उसे अपने कार्यक्रम मे नाटक के माध्यम से वताया है।

Importance of bio diesel (Hindi)   
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Hasinuddin, local expert in Chanderi, speaks on method of preparing bio-diesel and the importance of it in conserving nature.

इस प्रोग्राम के माध्यम से बढती हुई डीजल बनाने की विधि व इसके उपयोग के बारे में जानकारी दी है

Khana khazana - Sesame kheer and kabab (Hindi)   
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भारत मे अनेक प्रकार के त्यौहार वनाए जाते है। इसी प्रकार जनवरी मे एक त्यौहार वनाया जाता है। जिसमे लोग तिल के पकवान वनाते है। तथा तिल के ही लडू खीर आदि वनाए जाते है। उस त्यौहार का नाम है मकर सक्रान्ति। तिल के पकवान कैसे वनाए हमने इसके लिए वुलाए है। सीमा शेख जो हमे तिल के पकवान के बारे मे वताऐगे।

Good sanitation for healthy living - Gharelu swakshta (Hindi)   
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इस कार्यक्रम में हमने साफ़ सफाई को ध्यान में रखकर कार्यक्रम बनाया जिसमे रास्तों पर ठेले द्वारा सामान खाने पीने का खुला हुआ बिकता है। उसकी देख रेख के बारे में जानकारी पर प्रकाश डाला है, मक्खियों से होने वाली बीमारी व उसके बचाव के कारण।

Chanderi ki awaaz Jingle (Hindi)   
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यह गीत सदभावनाप्रद गीत है जिसमे हमें आगे बढ़ने के लिए जागरूक रहने के लिए एवम निरंतर सतत प्रयास करते रहने के लिए एक संदेश मिलता है, इस गीत के माध्यम से हमें सभी को मिलजुल कर रहते हुए देश धर्म का सबसे बड़ा संदेश मिलता है।

Chanderi Ki Awaaz

<p>The main objective of Chanderi Ki Awaaz is to reach out to every village and Panchayat of Chanderi. It also aims out to inform and educate people living in its broadcast area. Chanderi Ki Awaazstrives to make its listeners aware of their rights and duties as members of the community they live in.<br />Chanderi Ki Awaaz aims to use radio to connect and work with the 21 Panchayats of Chander. Besides informing and educating people on health, water sanitation, livelihoods, agriculture, welfare schemes, development of the weaver&rsquo;s community and their legal rights; the preservation of folk culture and local talent is one of the major objectives of Chanderi Ki Awaaz.</p>

<p>The journey of Chanderi Ki Awaaz began with OneWorld South Asia (OWSA) setting up a community multi-media centre in Chanderi with UNESCO&rsquo;s supportto provide computer and multi-media training to childrenfrom the community of weavers. Bunkar Vikas Sanstha &ndash; a local body of the weavers&rsquo; communitysubmitted an applicationfor licence and OWSAofferedcapacity building and advisory on Community Radio licensing, studio management and sustained, systematic radio production. Interestingly, volunteers built studio infrastructure and also helped pad studio walls with foam, fabric, egg-trays and curtains. They also fund-raised Rs. 32,000.</p>

The CRS Chanderi Ki Awaaz broadcasts @90.4 MHz daily for four hours between 7:00 – 9:00 am and 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Language of Broadcast: Hindi

Name of the Programme Format Description
Rahe Rojgar ki Talk We motivate youngsters towards new opportunities.
Dastane-e-Chanderi Documentary About the monuments of Chanderi and nearby areas.
Subah hoti hai Shaam hoti hai Interview About daily routine of the common people.
Kuch Lameh Sehat Bhare Information Programme provides information about health and hygiene.
Chughat ke pal Khol sakhi re Drama Programme provides information empowering women.

Source: Compendium 2011 and 2012, CEMCA and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

<p>Signature Programmes: Panchatatva, Ishwar Allah Tero Naam, Subah Hoti Hai, Sham Hoti Hai, Prerak Prasang, Daastan-e-Chanderi, Raahein Rozgar Ki, Urdu Diary, Kuch Lamhe Sehat Bhare, Suni Ansuni Baatein, Hamare Fankaar, Lokgeet, Chahal Pahal, Sanjeevani and Mahak Chauke Ki. Community Participation: Community participation is the mantra of Chanderi Ki Awaaz and community participation is ensured in all programming. Most of Chanderi Ki Awaaz programmes are conceptualised and produced by the community. Dramas, interviews, live phone-in programmes and folk music are recorded and produced by the community. Phone-in programmes are helpful in getting feedback from listeners, focussing specially on issues like health, small scale industries, weaving, Bidi and Tendu patta. Besides these, the radio also broadcasts programmes on tourism and cultural activitieslike folk songs Rai and Daak so as to connect the community with their radio.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships: In the true spirit of community mobilisation, the initial capital cost of Rs 40,000 came from the community itself. In January 2011, BECIL provided Chanderi Ki Awaaza fully-equipped, solar powered studio. The annual recurring cost too is met by resources mobilised from within the community itself besides advertisements and support provided by agencies like theBunkar Vikas Sanstha and Apna Kosh. Support to the project in the pre-establishment phase was obtained from One World South Asia and UNESCO&rsquo;s IPDC funds.CEMCA has also provided us with capacity building opportunities and training support.</p>

<p>Will be updated soon.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:</strong></p> <p>Swadesh Samaiya, Seema Seikh, Insaaf, Shabana and Krishna.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong></p> <p>Champalal Ahirwar, Mohd Shaffeq, Abdul Rahuf, Hassin Uddin, Abdul Azim, Hari Narayan Ahirwar, Rafeek Khan, Swadesh Samaiya, Seema Seikh, Rahul Yagnik and Pooja Samaiya.</p>

Bunkar Vikas Sanstha, Old Bus Stand, C/o Sunil Jain’s Near Hotel Shrikunj, Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh, Pincode: 473446
Phone: 07547 – 253623, 9425768634
Email: chanderikiawaaz@gmail.com

Frequency : 90.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : 10:00-12:00 and 16:00-18:00 Hours
Established in : 2010-03-27
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