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.
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.
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 filled with students dancing and singing Hare Krishna Mantra. 250 students as well as 7 faculty members participated in the event.