The development of virtues is an important task in nation building! – Anand Jakhotia

Awareness on ‘Contribution of Teachers in Nation Building’ at ‘Sanskar Public School’ in Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh)

Mr. Anand Jakhotia

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) – We constantly struggle to be happy in life; but when it comes to stress or sadness, we tend to blame the situation or the bad attitudes of others. So if we try to increase our virtues to correct our negative attitude, we can live a happy life. In this way, developing virtues in oneself as well as our wards (the students) is an important task in nation building, said Mr Anand Jakhotia, the Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. He was speaking at a seminar on ‘Stress Relief and Contribution of Teachers in Nation Building’ at Sanskar Public School here. Many teachers benefited from this seminar. On this occasion, school secretary Vasant Chellani, treasurer Chander Nagardev, industrialist Vishnu Bansal, Mrs Sandhya Agarkar (of Sanatan Sanstha) and others were present.

Mr. Jakhotia added, “The key to a happy life lies in the science of spirituality. Our success also depends on the karma of our previous births. Therefore, our efforts and remembrance of Kuldevi can lead to our professional and spiritual progress”. The attendees were called upon to boycott Chinese products and halal products.

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