Karnataka Govt. plans to teach Bhagavad Gita in schools

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Bangalore (Karnataka): The Yeddyurappa government is contemplating making teaching Bhagavad Gita compulsory in schools. Primary and secondary education minister Vishveshwara Hegde Kageri and higher education minister V S Acharya feel there is nothing wrong with it.

Kageri told reporters here on Friday: Its essential for the children. Its a good thing to do.

Acharya said, "There is no relation between religion and Bhagavad Gita. Gita is holy and epitomizes eternal values. It helps a person become good and helpful. Its very important." He further said, " Religion is part of life.You cannot be irreligious."

Meanwhile, the government is helping the Bhagavad Gita abhiyan by Sonda Swarnavalli mutt. The mutt has been conducting the abhiyan since the last four years.We have extended our co-operation and the schools have been told to offer help. But its not a government programme, Kageri said. The recent row in Kolar made the government mull over making Gita compulsory.

Source: Times of India

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