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"..Of special note and mounting popularity in this regard is the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh's endeavour, Balagokulam. This programme, catering to kids beginning with 5-year-olds has an array of immensely significant cultural initiatives including recitation of shlokas, bhajans, reviving stories of lore, revisiting traditional Indian games, participative field trips, engaging folk drama, and sewa activities...." 

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Chanakya Shakha in Houston Vibhag organized first ever Praudh Shibir (Senior Citizens Camp) by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) on Sept. 15th & 16th at JCC Gordon Campsite in Richmond, Texas. Nearly 40 senior citizens attended the shibir. Participants ranged from 8 different socio-religious community organizations with leading responsibility in their fields.

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Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh has been displaying this appreciation for our teachers here in the United States through the Guru Vandana program, an annual event which offers Hindu students an opportunity to honor and recognize their teachers and their role in shaping who they have become. These programs consist of inviting educators to our shakhas and honoring them in our Hindu tradition. Educators are treated to cultural performances, traditional food, and mementos among other things which differ from shakha to shakha.

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The Hindu Heritage Camp in Orlando, Florida was conducted on June 26th in Hindu University of America, Orlando. About 36 children from ages 5 to 14 attended the event. The activities included shloka chanting, games, story session, arts and crafts, Yoga, Niyudda and Hindu Research & jeopardy.

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Hindu community was successfully united for learning and sharing Hindu values in an organized way through the Heritage Camp.

As usual, respects to Bagwa Dwaj marked the beginning of our camp which was followed by Ganesh Vandana. The importance of attending regular shakha, proclaiming our Hindu Identity and the privilege of being the followers of Shri Ram and Lord Krishna were emphasized through the camp geet - chalo bhai chalo shakha me chalo. Physical Exercises and Surya Namaskar provided adequate fitness for pro-active participation in the activities for the day.

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Balagokulam, in association with Canton Hindu Temple, conducted second "Hindu Heritage Camp"(HHC) this year at the Canton temple on Saturday 9th July 2005. As compared to the first HHC (7th May '05) at the same venue, this one was of shorter duration (4 hrs) with fun-packed activities for the kids and the teenagers.

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