[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras in Hyderabad – Students celebrated Ugadi Celebrations and learned about the importance of New Year

04 Apr 2023 172 Views

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“I studied matter for the last 35 years, only to find out that it does not exist! I have been studying something that does not exist. He also was of the opinion that whenever he is giving a lecture on quantum physics, he feels as if he is speaking on Vedanta. The whole universe is made up of one substance. Ancient Rishis and modern physicists both say the same thing.”
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to announce that we are conducting 200 Bala Samskar Kendras in five different States. Many of the villagers expressed their appreciation to conduct these classes so that their children would not be exploited by Christians. They are happy to know that their children are learning about the meaning of so many customs and traditions. They were thrilled to see their children come home and do namaskar for them which was very satisfying.
"Ugadi Celebrations Cultural Program" was organized by "Bala Sanskar" Vidyarthi students under the auspices of "Nitya Satyam Global Hindu Heritage Foundation" Save Temple Organization at Devender Nagar Colony Shiva Temple today. 
DFI Chairman "Dr. Kamalakar Sharma" and Global Hindu Heritage Foundation Save Temple Organization GHHF Telangana State Coordinator Lakshmi Niwas as Chief Guests of the program said that Ugadi festival is our new year and Ugadi is the value of Ugadi Pachadi Shadruchus to the farmers and people and courage to face hardships in life. Conducting Ugadi celebrations to offer the name year. As part of this, students were instructed to be responsible towards the society, to respect women, in the establishment of equal society, to prepare the students of today for tomorrow's future, towards development, and to develop our cultural traditions in the future. D Sirisha, Jatavat Swapna, Chirla Gowri, and female students of Keertana, Manoj, Ashvita, Jeevan, Nikhitha, Soumya, Sai Gopalakrishna, and female students of Sri Vidyalaya Model School, Ravirala, Tukkuguda, Devender Nagar, Ranganayakula Colony Government Schools participated in this program. happened
According to a popular age-old legend associated with the origin of Ugadi festival, it's believed that Lord Brahma began the creation of the universe on the Ugadi day. He then went on to create days, weeks, months, and years in order to keep track of time. Hence, Ugadi marks the first day of the creation of the universe.

According to the Hindu scriptures, one of the names of Lord Vishnu is Yugaadikrit, which means the creator of the Yugas or ages. On the day of Ugadi, devotees worship Lord Vishnu and seek his blessings for a happy and prosperous life.
Ugadi is the day Rama was crowned king of Ayodhya
One of India’s great epics, The Ramayana, tells the story of a prince named Rama, an avatar of Vishnu who appeared on the earth thousands of years ago.
As the eldest of his father’s sons, Rama was set to inherit the kingdom of Ayodhya, but was prevented from doing so when his jealous step-mother exiled him to the forest for 14 years with hopes for her own son, Bharat, to become the emperor instead. Bharat, who loved his elder brother dearly and was thus disgusted by his mother’s actions, promised to return the throne to Rama once he returned from exile. The citizens of the kingdom also loved Rama immensely, and were deeply saddened as they watched him depart for the forest with his wife, Sita, and his other brother, Lakshman.

After enduring numerous trials and tribulations, the foremost of which included fighting and eventually killing the great demon king Ravana who had kidnapped Sita away to his kingdom in Lanka, the trio completed their 14 years of exile, and returned to Ayodhya in triumph, where Rama took his rightful place as king.
Ugadi is honored by many as the day Rama was officially crowned king, a moment that symbolized the victory of good over evil, and the beginning of auspicious times for the elated citizens of Ayodhya.
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