Around 4000 children across 55+ communities using 2000 kgs of clay, make their own Ganesha to welcome Ganapati celebrations across the Bhagyanagar (Hyd) city.

 Krishna Janmastami finds a very special place in the hearts of all the children across the nation. And Balagokulam word being so closely associated with Krishna's childhood has all the most significance for BG children. And of course, what can beat the Radha Krishna Shobha Yatra and Dahi Handi experience. 

Rakshabandhan is always special occasion for kids who attend Balagokulam and this year it was even more special as they had among them two sisters from Manipur to celebrate the festival of love and unity.

19 years on since the success of Operation Vijay at Kargil, India’s young pay their respects to the real heroes and their undying spirit! Children of Balagokulam enthusiatically participated in Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations today the 26th of July, to honor the sons of our soil who laid down their lives at Kargil, defeating the enemy’s efforts of infiltration.

Yoga is well accepted to be the best fitness regime to the mind, body and soul. It is an holistic approach to health and well being. 

Every year after the summer break, Balagokulams resume across the twin cities with Mango Festival. This year children of Balagokulam made this festival wonderful yet again!