With the messages of "I protect you, you protect me & together we protect our nation" and "Samajik Samarasta" Balagokulam children across the communities in Hyderabad were all out celebrating raksha bandhan today. 

Kargil Vijay Diwas (26th July) was celebrated in interesting ways across some BGs in Hyderabad. This is first time where we took up Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations at community level and response has been simply amazing. 

50+ Balagokulams in the twin cities restarted after the summer break with Mango Festival and International Yoga Day celebrations. Here are some beautiful snaps from few of the Balgokulams.

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On the occasion of Hanuman Jayanthi, Rain Tree Park (Malaysian Township) Balagokulam organized a Shobha Yatra within the community.

Summer holidays are the best time for children to invest in activities which help towards some skill development or character/mind development. So idea is to leverage this time and learn something new/interesting which take the children closer to our purpose of developing "pride for our culture and pride for our nation" in young blossoming minds.

To register for Balagokulam Summer Challenge, please visit - http://swalp.in/BGSC2017.

Balagokulam is a unique initiative to impart value education to children in fun-filled environment with the goal of imparting pride for nation and culture in the young sharp minds who form the fundamental pillar for our and world’s future. A typical Balagokulam session is about 1.5 hours conducted once a week with activities including Yoga, Surya Namaskar, Games, Patriotic Songs, Stories, Art work and so on.