Ramnath: HJS conducts ‘sanskar’ classes for children

Vaishakh Shukla Navami, Kaliyug Varsha 5113

Mrs. Vishakha Athavale of HJS conducting 'sanskar' class for children

Mrs. Vishakha Athavale of HJS conducting ‘sanskar’ class for children

Ramnath (Alibaug, Maharashtra): Summer Workshop was organized for students at ‘Prabhakar Patil Education Trust’ in which children were trained in horse-riding, sharp-shooting, dance and handicraft etc. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti was invited to conduct ‘sanskar’ classes for children between the age group of 5 and 8 years. They were taught Ganapati-stotra, how to do ‘namaskar’, stories teaching morals, importance of chanting, applying ‘kumkum’ on forehead etc. The children chanted the name of Lord Ganapati for 6 days; therefore, certain changes were observed in them. Initially, the students were unable to sit in one place for chanting but from 4th day, they could do so. There was positive change among the students. Mrs. Ranjana Ugale, Mrs. Swati Patel and Miss Bharati used to mingle with the students. On the last day of the work shop, stall of Sanatan Sanstha’s note books was put up which received good response from the parents of students and teachers.

Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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