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    Jijnasa Inaugural Session at IIM Jammu

    Jijnasa, the youth preaching division of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, is building awareness of the divine teachings of the ancient Vedic scriptures among students of some of India’s premier institutions. Young, thoughtful minds invigorated with the pure principles of truth enunciated in the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic literature, will be empowered in due course, to infuse a transcendental value system in society that will herald a new era of peace, and righteousness produced by spiritual endeavor. The Jijnasa program consists of 19 seminars, focussing on subjects of vital relevance to every human being. Each Jijnasa program commences with an inaugural session that is designed to enthuse the students about the content…

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    Jijnasa Program at IIM Amritsar

    Young people in the premier institutes of the world receive rigorous training to be future leaders of people. If their views were to be tempered with the profound knowledge found in the great spiritual books of India like Bhagavad-Gita, their capacity for benefitting society would increase manifold. Jijnasa The Jijnasa youth outreach program aims to present the wisdom of the Vedic scriptures to students in India’s premier institutions in a pragmatic light. Jijnasa is a weekly spiritual awareness program initiated by the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir constituted of 19 sessions that cover important aspects of Vedic knowledge. Jijansa at IIM Amritsar Recently on 8th August 2017, Jijanas conducted the inaugural session of…

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    Students Learn Spirituality Through Food

    Food Festival Atman Club of Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) conducted a food festival on 25th April 2017. Fifty persons including faculty members participated. The goal of the event was to impress upon the participants the importance of Sattvic food. His Grace Shuklambara Dasa and His Grace Akrura Dasa attended the event being invited as Chief Guests by the organizers. Talk on Food His Grace Shuklambara Dasa made a 45-minute presentation on the topic “Food Habits”. Quoting from the Bhagavad-Gita, he spoke about the three modes of material nature (triguna) and the division of food in those modes. He also spoke of sanctified food or Prasadam. In the end, sweet…

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    Kurukshetra Students Dance with Joy at Jijnasa Sankirtana

    Jijnasa, the programme for youth started by Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is aimed at empowering the students of today with the sublime teachings of the Bhagavad-Gita. It will enable them to make decisions that deliver far-reaching benefits for humanity. Seminar Devotees conducted a two-day program in NIT Kurukshetra starting 22nd February 2017. One the first day a seminar was held in the evening. 200 students attended the event. Of these 55 enrolled for the weekly Jijnasa sessions. Musical Night On the second day, 23rd February 2017, a musical event was conducted in which devotees performed Sankirtana. Volunteers of SPIC MACAY joined the devotees with guitars and drums. The arena was soon…

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    Sharing Divine Knowledge and Ecstasy at NIT Jalandhar

    The Jijnasa Youth outreach program of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir conducted a three-day day program at National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar between January 17 and January 19, 2017. The devotees conducted separate sessions for students and faculty. The three-day program culminated with a grand Sankirtana program in which the students and faculty participated enthusiastically. NIT Jalandhar Following were the events: Jan 17, 2017 Day 1 Seminar for Students 130 students attended this event. Jan 18, 2017 Day 2 Seminar for Faculty Members 30 faculty members attended Jan 19, 2017 Day 3 Musical Night 200 Students and 50 Faculty members attended   Watch Video

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    Jijnasa Inaugural session at IIM Amritsar

    Jijnasa Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir conducts a regular programme at some of the premier educational institutions in different cities in India as well as abroad called Jijnasa. Vedic literature like the Bhagavad-Gita inspires human beings to achieve happiness by enlightened thinking. By empowering future leaders with the spiritual teachings of the Gita, the programme wishes to lay the foundation of a spiritual society flourishing, peaceful and content. Jijnasa is a weekly spiritual awareness programme. The programme is designed as a series of nineteen presentations each touching upon a vital aspect of spiritual understanding. The Jijnasa modules have been tailored to appeal to the scientific mind. The enduring relevance of the eternal…

  • Jijnasa Inaugural Session at IIM Indore
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    Jijnasa Inaugural Session at IIM Indore

    Jijnasa Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir conducts a regular programme at some of the premier educational institutions in different cities in India as well as abroad called Jijnasa. The teachings of Vedic literature like the Bhagavad-Gita guide human beings to achieve happiness by elevated thinking and action. By empowering the leaders of tomorrow with the spiritual teachings of the Gita, the programme wishes to lay the foundation of an enlightened and peaceful society. Jijnasa is a weekly spiritual awareness programme. The programme is designed as a series of nineteen presentations each touching upon a vital aspect of spiritual understanding. The Jijnasa modules have been tailored to appeal to the scientific mind. The…

  • VCM Reaches Out to Nepal Youth
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    VCM Reaches Out to Nepal Youth

    Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir Youth Programme Reaches Out to Nepal Colleges Jijnasa Sessions Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir (VCM) has an active programme for engaging with youth in spreading the message of Lord Krishna called ‘Jijnasa’. Recently His Grace Shuklambara Dasa, conducted this vibrant youth programme, at two top engineering colleges of Nepal. Events in Nepal Nepal is a place of ancient traditions with the Vedic culture still preserved amidst the tide of westernisation sweeping the youth of Nepal. The youth of Nepal are eager to know the rational basis of their ancient culture and VCM found it a fertile ground to share the message of Srila Prabhupada. In a brief but highly…