- Title of the Project: Deusi-Bhailo Program 2016
- Date: 31st October, 2016
- Time: 4:00PM to 11:00PM
- Venue: Residents of Rotaraian and Rotaractors
- Project Objective: Fund Raising and Fellowship
- Project Avenue: Club Service
- Sub avenue: N/A
- Beneficiaries: The beneficiaries of event were members of Club participated therein.
Project Detail: The Deusi-Bhailo Program 2016 event was organized by Rotract Club of Kakarvitta in perception to maintain fellowship between members of parent’s club (Rotary Club of Kakarvitta). Most significantly the program was conducted to collect fund for the upcoming activities of club and to preserve our culture. Deusi-Bhailo Program was played for two days by the Rotractors.
Origin of Deusi Bhailo
The origin about deusi bhailo is not very clear.However the song indicates that it is related to king Mahabali. As lyrics say ‘We were sent by king bali’. Deusire can be broken down as Deu- which means give, and Sire-which means head. So Deusire means ‘give head’. According to Puranas King Bali gave his own head to Vamana, the fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Bali was performing the ashwamedhya yagya when Vamana approaches Bali and asks for three paces of land.Bali was very popular for giving alms to any one who came to his palace. Bali agreed to fulfil his demand. To Bali’s great surprise, Vamana with his two steps covered the Earth and the Universe and asked the great king where he would place his third step. Bali then offered his own head. Lord Vishnu, seeing the devotion of bali, blessed him and raised to him to Suthala, the supreme position in heaven.For Bali greatest alms charity, he gained Lord Vishnu’s favour and also attained salvation. There is also a belief in the month of Kartik (the month when Baliraja donated his head) if one donates something, it will do good to the alms-giver.