Our school is a centre of learning where teachers, like priests of ancient times, impart "prasads" of divine knowledge to students. The environment in this Institution is a continual source of serenity, sanctity and divinity.
Our objective is to prepare students to become complete human beings and good citizens through not just their normal studies, but also the practice of meditation, yogasanas, general education and physical training and additionally, by carrying out humanitarian, educational and philanthropic services and programmes.
In achieving these objectives, we should be aware of one key consideration: Whose property are children? Do they belong to their parents or to teachers, or are they the property of both? If they are the property of both, is there a joint responsibility between parents and teachers for their development or does one party transfer their responsibility to other?
In reality, children are nobody’s property. Instead they are lost within the tempting material world. Through genetic heritage, the physique belongs to (comes from) the parents but when the question of knowledge and wisdom arises, especially relating to knowledge of the astral and casual bodies, the responsibility of the teacher is much greater then that of the parents. Read More....
Our school is the citadel of learning where teacher are time-worn traditional priests of ancient period imparting prasadas of divine..........Read More
Life is a great bundle of little things. Those who apply themselves to closely to little things often become incapable of great things...........Read More
The heart and soul of the school is to build the children physically, mentally, morally and spiritually strong. One must practice ‘kriya’..........Read More