Various other activities undetaken by Karunadhara to fulfil its objectives:
To encourage physically and /or mentally handicapped persons to develop their talents and skills and to become self reliant as possible, Karunadhara, published a book named as "Ami Aparajeya" (We are invincible) in Assamese containing different write ups of 26 such persons. The book was published with the financial assistance from another Trust, named as "BOB", created in memory of Late Neelakshi Barooah Saikia and was formally released by Hon'ble Governor of Assam Shri J.B. Patnaik in a function held on 25-9-2011 in the Vivekananda Kendra, Guwahati.
Synchronizing with observance of World Hadicapped Day on 3rd December every year, Karunadhara organized on 3-12-2011 in Bishnu Nirmala Bhawan Guwahati, an exhibition of various articles of art and crafts made entirely by Handicapped persons . Further a symposium on the subject "problems of the Disabled and their solution" with the participation of a number of knowledgable persons was also held at the same venue and on the same date. The exhibition was extended to 4-12-2011 also, observing the public response. Both the exhibition and the symposium were inagurated by justice Dhiresh Narayan Choudhury (Retd.) and financial help for the same was received from MCLEOD RUSSEL INDIA Ltd., Guwahati Refinery and Bank of Baroda.
To give scope to persons with disabilities to exhibit their cultural talents and to encourage them to develop such talents further, a cultural function, entirely presented by talented differently able Artists was held on 29-4-2012 at Rabindra Bhawan Guwahati. Shrimati Pranati Phukan, Minister for cultural affiars etc, Govt. of Assam graced the function as Chief Guest. The results of the essay competition held among the students of class VIII to XII on the subject "Problems of the Disabled persons and the responsibility of the Govt. and the society towards solving the problems" were also declared and the first three competitors in order of merit were formally awarded Rupees five thousand, Rupees Three thousand and Rupees two thousand respectively as prizes in the same function.
For conducting the cultural function, financial help was received from Assam Branch, Indian Tea Association, Shri Kamakhya Borthakur, proprietor of Gargo Motors, North East Zone Cultural Centre Dimapur and Assam Hospitals Ltd., Guwahati.
In order to make the Civil Society conscious of its responsibility to ensure that such unfortunate members of the society can also live with required comfort and dignity, Karunadhara, on 2nd Oct, 2012, (Mahatma Ghandi's birthday) took out a procession from Panbazar to Fancy Bazar area of Guwahati during which processionists carried play cards and banners conveying the above message. As soon as the procession reached the destination, Karunadhara presented a street play to convey the same message.
On 02-12-2012, keeping in mind the fact that the lives of physically and/or mentally challenged persons are generally sorrowful, Karunadhara arranged at Rotary multipurpose service centre in Guwahati, a unique day long function to enable such persons to pass the day with abundance of joy and meriment. All such assembled persons, most of whom were children with different forms of disability and other invited Guests were also entertained with delicious food supplied free of cost by the following organisations, families and Individuals.
1. Mitali Sangha, Ladies club of Oil India Pipe line Division, Guwahati, UBI Women's Forum, Guwahati, Inner Wheel Club of Guwahati, Eastern India Women's Association, Asian rural life Development Foundation, Itanagar Mahila Samiti, Guwahati, Assam Police Wives Welfare Association, Sanjibani, Family of Shri Kapurchand Jain, Guwahati, family of Shri Dilip Kumar Biswas Guwahati, Rural growth organisation, Guwahati, Sjta Anima Das of Tezpur and Sjta Debashree Bhattacharjee of Guwahati.
The results of the Essay competion held on the subject " Problem of the disabled and their solution" among the students studying for the graduate and post graduate degrees in the colleges and Universities in the North Eastern region were also announced in the same function . For the prize money, financial help was received from (1) Sarvodaya Trust, Guwahati, (2) Shri Bapon Kalita of Guwahati (3) Shri Bhupendra Kumar Das of Rupnagar, Guwahati and (4 ) Shri Prabhat Talukdar of Survey, Guwahati in memory of his late wife - Gracia Violet Talukdar.
During the Asom Sahitya Sabha session in the first week of February 2013 at Barpeta Road, Karunadhara opened one stall in the session campus, in which various articles made by talented differently able persons were exhibited. Further three books published by Karunadhara were also formally released on Feb two 2013 during the session.
In the next function held on may twelve, 2013 at Bishnu Nirmala Hall, Guwahati Karunadhara felicitated suitably those Donors (Whether an organization, a family or an individual) who have donated, in one or more instalments till March 31, 2013, minimum Rupees One Lakh to the fund of Karunadhara. To meet the expenses of this function, financial help was received primarily from Shri Homen Borgohain, Chief Adviser of Karunadhara and Shri Dinesh Ch. Barman, working president of Karunadhara.
On 2-10-2013 (Gandhiji's birthday), Karunadhara organized a symposium at Guwahati Town Club with the representatives of different organizations of Guwahati engaged in the noble task of promoting welfare of persons with various types of physical and / or metnal disability - to review the relevant laws, rules and regulations and also actual ground conditions affecting their welfare for sending appropriate suggestions to Government and for making civil society conscious about their responsibility towards them. To meet the expenses of this function, finanical help was received from (1) Dr. Madhab Rajbangshi of Guwahati (2) Matrix Diagnostic Centre, Guwahati and (3) Shri Jitu Agarwalla of Tezpur.
Karunadhara is planning to take up more activities for promoting the well being and social status of the targeted population and making Government and the Civil Society fully conscious of their responsibilities towards them. Concrete suggestions from members of the public are solicited to make the efforts of Karunadhara more fruitful for fulfilment of its noble objectives.