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Kartheekagnanamrutham 2015

Kartheeka Gnanamrutham - 2015

As a part of 'Karthika Gnanamrutham' - a series of discourses were organised on 23rd and 24th November, 2015 by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra in Sri Venkateswara Vidyalaya.

On the Inaugural day, the Hon.Director & Treasurer Dr.N.Satyanarayana Raju welcomed the Guest Sri Anupamananda Swamiji from Ramakrishna Mut, Tirupati. During his welcome address Dr N.Satyanarayana Raju stated the objective of conducting Karthika Gnanamrutham. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan stands for promoting Indian Culture and Tradition. Spirituality is a part and parcel of Indian Culture. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan conducts programmes like Karthika Gnanamrutham every year in the month of “Karthika” to promote spiritualism.

Swamiji during his address appreciated Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan for promoting spiritualism and conducting programme like ‘Karthika Gnanamrutham’. He said that Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan campus reminded him of a “Gurukul” with a serene and pleasant atmosphere for promoting knowledge.

‘Sanskara’ comes from ‘Sanskruthi’ and Sanskruthi comes from Nature (Prakruthi). Human beings through their conscious efforts are able to lift their mind and come out of Negative thoughts.

He added that personality can be developed by using spirituality. All of us have tremendous power within us. Courage makes a person Bold and Confident. Swamiji further said that for the formation of good character and personality, students should have good behavior and follow ‘Dharma’. Students should focus their goals and concentrate on their studies. Meditation helps in enhancing the level of concentration of mind and that is nothing but spirituality.

The Guest was felicitated by Dr N.Satyanarayana Raju, Members of the Executive Committee, Principal and Sr.Vice Principal. The programme concluded with Vote of Thanks proposed by Sr.Vice Principal Smt.K.Hymavathi. Students, Teachers, Members of School Executive Committee and School Management Committee attended the programme.This programme was followed by the 'Vana Bhojanam'