With the mangalasasanams of HH Tridandi Chinna Srimannarayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swamy, the 6th Annual Prajna Summer camp was conducted with great success.

The children and the volunteer teachers had a great time discovering the Vedic way of life from Dawn to Dusk. The Whats, Whys and Hows of daily Vedic practices were discussed with the future citizens of the world. The children felt comfortable to ask their many interesting and profound questions freely to our trained volunteers.

They started with Yoga and moved on to learning Vedic Dinacharya. They listened to stories and did interesting activities related to the lessons learnt that day. They sang, danced and played games.

One afternoon they learnt, why and how to apply tilakam. They started wearing tilakam to the camp from enxt day with great zest.

On the last day, children performed a Krushna and Gopi group dance, sang wonderful songs that they learnt, participated and answered brilliantly in a Quiz competition, took part voluntarily in a sloka competition and much more. On the stage, they explained the morning dinacharya enthusiastically to the assembled parents and guests.

They took home with them not only the projects they did during the 5 spiritually charged fun-filled camp, but also the knowledge given to them by Poojya Sri Swamiji as a strong foundation to a meaningful life.

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Our volunteers have brought back spiritual joy and elevation after having spent 5 1/2 days with these blessed children.

Kids who are growing out of our camp age group (5y-12y) have requested for a camp for older children (13y onwards) next year. We have noted it and plan on working on it!!

Many parents want these classes for themselves, our volunteers are available to hold classes for adults too.

If you are interested – Please write to – [email protected]

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