The significance of Hindi language can be best understood by the fact that it is the second most spoken language in the world just after Mandarin Chinese. It’s projected that nearly half a billion people worldwide speak this magnificent language. The reputation of Hindi as of now is so much that you learn it for your language upgrading or for your career or even just for personal travel. All languages change as time passes and Hindi is no exemption. To genuinely understand the prominence of Hindi language one have to learn the actual language yourself to help you receive the full benefit of this amazing language later. According to a research it has been observed that learning a second language helps fight against Alzheimer’s disease and slows down the aging effects of the brain. So avail the free classes to learn Hindi, Sanskrit and music for everyone in any age group.
We are here to Promote Festival arts, cultural and religious activity. Festivals are promoted and presented in our community with representatives from all culturally diverse community of Families. We are open to all organizations and individuals. The festivals will be platform for the community’s cultural happenings that continue to be accomplished or are followed as having significant cultural meaning and worth. These activities include, but are not limited to, music, dance, crafts and food. We will ensure that the festivals are inclusive of all the diverse groups within the community.
Stage shows like Ram leela and Krishan leela to enhance cultural values in kids. A ritual that coins from the Indian subcontinent, where various plays are staged yearly often over ten or more consecutive nights, during the auspicious period of ‘Sharad Navratras’, which symbols the beginning of the Autumn festive period, starting with the Dussehra festival. In Ram Lila, usually the acts are timed to culminate on the festival of Vijayadashami day, that memorializes the victory of Lord Ram over demon king Ravana.
28 Sanskaars to develop good character in human. Helps bridging gap between two communities. The way Hindu lives, is enfolded around various rites called Sanskar. The Sanskar is just for attaining spiritual sustenance, peace of mind. We will be helping to build and embed all 28 sanskars in our events and workshops.