[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras(Sunday Schools) – Update as of the week of January 23– Tirupati, Madanapalli, Eluru Palem, and Addanki

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Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is extremely happy to inform that Bala Samskar Kendras (Sunday Schools) were started in October 2021.  
What is Bala Samskar?
GHHF has started classes in the Kakinada area, Tirupati, Visakhapatnam, Pendurti, Madanapalli, Addanki and Eluru Palem in Prakasam District in Andhra and Hyderabad in Telangana.  Assam In Agency area, Bala Samskar Kendras conduct classes 7 days a week instead of one Sunday a week. Thus, the students are exposed to the depth of knowledge to counter any threats from Christian Pastors. 
BALA SAMSKAR KENDRAS IN FOLLOWING VILLAGES/LOCATIONS
Tirupati
Madanapalli
Hyderabad
Visakhapatnam Agency Area
Visakhapatnam City
Kandi in Telangana
Assam
Addanki, Prakasam District
Eluru Pale, Prakasam District
In these locations, more than 1000 students attended Bala Samskar classes. 
Our children are our strength. They are our future. They are going to be our Ambassadors to Hindu Dharma in preserving, protecting, and propagating our ancient civilization. For centuries, we as Hindus failed to transmit the knowledge to the next generations. With no knowledge about our faith and with no pride in the universality and non-violence of Sanatana Dharma, our children, as well as adults, have become targets for Christians to convert. They have used a plethora of deceptive tactics to woo our Hindus to Christianity as we are not able to defend our religion and also not able to question the barbaric nature of the Bible. We have become defenseless and not equipped with any knowledge about our heritage.
    Similarly, we are still ill-equipped with the true nature of other religions. Violence, terror, killings, rapes, and destruction are advocated by Christianity and Islam. Hindus are the only ones who say that all religions are the same while the other two Abrahamic religions abhor Hinduism and do not have any respect. Both these religions have committed to wiping out Hinduism from the planet. It is time to realize the potential danger to Hinduism and start getting reacquainted with the richness of our heritage and understand why ahimsa, tolerance, inclusiveness, respect for others, and truth can save humanity from extinction.
How Many Kendras do we have now? 
    As of January 16, 2022,  GHHF has conducted Bala Samskar Kendras in 65 Villages/ locations. An average  of 22 students attended that week. Our goal is to increase the number to 100 by the end of January 2022. 
Why was Bala Samskar Planned?
Bala Samskars / Sunday Schools are being planned for two purposes:
1) To teach about the richness and glory of our Sanatana Dharma. Its eternal nature, its scientific advances, depth of knowledge in our scriptures, and its universal appeal to humanity.
2) Also prevent the Christian aggressive missionary threat to Hinduism. Children are lured away by the Christians bribing them with many unnecessary needs to attract them. They give Chocolates, pens, pencils, and promises of many material things and invite them to Churches and start brainwashing them to believe in their religion and teach them to hate Hinduism.
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is planning to start BALA SAMSKAR on Sundays as well as weekdays to impart the richness of Hindu Heritage that enunciated peace, harmony, inclusiveness, self-improvement, and universal welfare. Our Sunday School will discuss contributions Hinduism mage in the fields of education, mathematics, astronomy. Arithmetic, quantum mechanics, metallurgy,  surgery, medicine, dentistry, infinity, zero. Cosmology, literature, yoga and meditation, and other subjects.
Topics to be covered in the schools
Some of the topics the teachers may cover in their classes. Depending on the time, they can select as they see fit. Not required to cover all of them in any given class.
1) Chant Om three-time, 2) Ganapathy Prayer. 3) Guru Stotram – Importance. 4) Surya Namaskar. 5) Moral Story. 6) National Heroes who sacrificed their lives for Bharat. 7) Scientific nature of Hinduism and how it is different from the other two religions. 8) Importance and Uniqueness of Hindu Temples. 9) Hindu Customs and Traditions. 10) Gurus of India; 11) Upcoming Hindu Festivals; 12) Stories from Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Puranas. Etc. 13) Teach 1-2 Bhagavad Gita Verses.  14) Teach 1-2 Bhajans. 15) Homework for Children. 16) Hinduism and other religions – Compare; 17) Yoga Postures and Meditation. 18) Visit nearby Temple and have Darshan, 19) Expose them with government hatred to Hinduism and how to protect it. 20) Prasadam
Sponsor one or more Schools.
We need all the support we can get to expand the number of Bala Samskar Kendras (Centers) to 75 by the end of December 2021. Sponsor each School for $1200 per year. You can suggest a teacher in your village or neighborhood in India to start the Sunday School.
DONATIONS
PayPal Method: To donate visit our website: savetemples.org. Click on the Donate button, then press the Purpose category, and select the “Sunday School – Bal Samskar” category.
By Check: Or you can send a check payable to Global Hindu Heritage Foundation, 14726 Harmony Lane, Frisco TX 75035. It is tax-deductible.
By Zelle: ghhfusaorg@gmail.com
By Rupees, please contact us by either phone or email.
For more information, call Prakasarao V Velagapudi 601-918-7111;  Email: ghhfusaorg@gmail.com.

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