Gita learning module for schoolchildren released in Sanskrit

Published On: 28-Jul-2023

The ‘Krishna Navaneetam’, a unique model for teaching practical principles of the ‘Bhagavad Gita’ to schoolchildren has been released in Sanskrit.

The teaching module for schoolchildren designed by the Midam Charitable Trust and its Krishna’s Butter team of 11 teachers across India led by founder trustee and president Madhusduan Damle, is now available in seven languages. A feat that has earned a listing in the Assist World Records, a press release from the Trust said.

The Trust has now made the teaching module available in English, Tamil, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada and Sanskrit. Besides, since 2015, it has conducted free 19-day workshops for over 4,000 children across India and abroad through online and offline mode.Read More…

Source:The Hindu (Online)

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