An unique and amazing summer online camp was organized by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) in Greater Denver, CO region.
Please read more about it here.
Dharma Bee is a nation wide quiz contest for kids with the theme ‘Discover your Hindu Heritage". Dharma Bee’s goals are to improve swadhyaya (learning) about Hindu dharma, increase bala/kishore participation in shakha and to improve quality of shikshaks. As part of HSS’s nationwide initiative, HSS Durga Shakha in Temple City, CA organized “Dharma Bee - 2020” program that began on February 9th, 2020. National team provided basic guidelines and resources such as syllabus, campaign materials, teaching strategies etc.
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.
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.
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.
HSS-Atlanta Vibhag conducted a 5-day Hindu Heritage Camp in the ICRC Temple of Smyrna GA (a suburb of Atlanta). This was the first event of HSS in the temple with which there was no previous sampark. The total sankhya of Bal Swayamsevaks in the camp was 37. The average number of shikshaks, prabandaks on each day was 15.
A Hindu Heritage Camp was held at Hindu Temple of Canton in Michigan on May 7th 2005.
Indian community constitutes significant population of Canton and surrounding suburbs of Detroit. Obviously parents want their kids to be aware of our rich Hindu heritage. This was second attempt this year in this direction after the Balagokulam Teachers Training Camp on March 12th at the same place.
The Hindu Heritage Camp in Evergreen area of San Jose was conducted on May 7th in Carolyn Clark Elementary School forum. About 35 children from age group 4 to 13 attended the event.