[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras in Bapatla – Drawing of Bhagat Singh Picture inspired the students to learn about him and also helped them to develop numerous skills.

28 Mar 2023 448 Views

Nancy  Wilson Ross
“Down the millennia of its existence, Hinduism has made a priceless contribution to the collective religious life of mankind through the remarkable findings of her many brilliant mystics and philosophers, as set forth in a voluminous literature. Perhaps, however, her most significant contribution to the universal body of religious inquiry is the persistent, unshakable belief that union with the Divine is attainable while one is still on earth.” 
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to inform you that we have started Bala Samskar Kendras (Schools for children and youth) to enrich them with the greatness of Hindu Dharma and appreciate the sacrifices many leaders have done to protect Bharat. There are many kings who have achieved new heights in their skills, talents, and strength. Unfortunately, Bharath denies its history to its own children and glorified the most undeserving rulers. The government has corrupted the minds of young students since Independence from 1947. It is our effort to teach them the greatness of our scriptures, enrich their minds with timeless wisdom, create a sense of pride through time-tested moral and ethical compass, and make them proud of the science behind all our customs and traditions.
Drawing Bhagat Singh Picture
One of the teachers, Hema, has conducted the class encouraging children draw the image Bhagavat Sing, the revolutionary who died for the sake of Bharata Mata.
While random drawing can help hone your focus, drawing specific items or ideas can help you remember them better. In another study cited in an article on Inc.com, participants were asked to either write or draw words from a list. Those who drew the words had a higher retention rate than those who wrote down the words.
“Drawing what you have understood from a reading passage, drawing the science experiment you have just done or drawing the detail of an autumn leaf are all examples of engaging with the same learning from a different angle,” Adoniou says
Drawing Is Important To Us Humans
Envisioning The World. One is able to translate his vision a picture
Hand-Eye Coordination. One is able to coordinate one’s hand with eye – Keep them synchronized.
Communication. This is one on way communicating effectively without words.
One develops Analytical Skills – sound decisions must be decided. They need to develop the concept, imagine the picture, remember the features, dress and any unique features. 
He develops the skill to focus more on the drawing than writing, 
They develop excellent memory power since he has to remember the picture he was going to draw. 

Drawing Is Important For Your Child
Okuha lists the following benefits one acquires by drawing pictures.
Improves Child’s Articulation
Sharpens Motor Skills
Nurtures Problem-Solving Skills
Wild Imagination
Prepares Your Child For School
Drawing Is Good For Your Brain
Drawing Is Good For Your Mental Health
Research by Myra Fernandes, Jeffrey Wammes, and Melissa Meade, who published an article in Sage Journals, has shown that hat drawing is superior to activities such as reading or writing because it forces the person to process information in multiple ways: visually, kinesthetically, and semantically. Across a series of experiments, researchers found drawing information to be a powerful way to boost memory, increasing recall by nearly double. When a student draws a concept, they “must elaborate on its meaning and semantic features, engage in the actual hand movements needed for drawing (motor action), and visually inspect [the] created picture (pictorial processing).”
Youki Terada summarizes the research on drawing by children as thus: “So when we draw, we encode the memory in a very rich way, layering together the visual memory of the image, the kinesthetic memory of our hand drawing the image, and the semantic memory that is invoked when we engage in meaning-making. In combination, this greatly increases the likelihood that the concept being drawn will later be recalled.”(Source: https://www.edutopia.org/article/science-drawing-and-memory/)
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