Starting School after Diwali Holidays
According to the Indian moon calendar, Diwali marked the end of the year 2069 and the beginning of the year 2070. On the occasion of starting this new school year, a special function and satsang were held in Jadan School – Sri Vishwa Deep Gurukul Vidyalaya – graced by the presence of H.H. Vishwaguruji.
In His speech, Vishwaguruji fortified the importance of knowledge and education in granting a better life to the youth, and encouraged the young students to take the chance that the school is offering them.
Established in 2002, the Sri Vishwa Deep Gurukul Vidyalaya is registered with the Government of Rajasthan. The school provides education based on the government syllabus with a parallel syllabus teaching traditional Vedic culture. Excellent quality of staff and small class sizes ensure that students receive the best possible tuition.
At present the school hosts more than 1500 pupils. Education for girls is free, as it is for any child whose family cannot afford the annual fee. About 400 girls and 100 boys receive financial support from the Gyan Putra scheme, their free education made possible with funds provided by international donors. To continue this project, any contribution is most welcome.