Aims
The Sanskrit phrase, Bal Vikas, means "Blossoming of the Child". Accordingly, rules, regulations and a course syllabus were developed in order to enhance the blossoming of "truth, beauty and goodness" (Satyam, Sivam and Sundaram) in the child.

The aims of Bal Vikas are to foster character development and spiritual transformation and
  • To inculcate habits of discipline and self-discipline so that students learn to be masters of the mind and not slaves and have absolute control over sense organs.

  • To engender in children a desire to be of service to all humanity and in this way to be of service to God by helping them learn about the life and teachings of Swami.

  • To Cultivate Humility, Practice Ceiling on Desires and render Self-less Service.

  • To train them to be able to discriminate between right and wrong, between truth and non-truth; that is, to follow always the inner promptings of the Divine.

  • To help children to be fully aware of the Unity underlying all faiths and all mankind.

  • To guide all children to have Purity and Harmony in Thought, Word and Deed.

  • To help children realise their conscience and follow that as the path for attaining Divinity

  • To give priority to the development of character, self-confidence and self-sufficiency.

  • To foster the understanding and practice of the five inherent human values of Truth, Righteousness, Peace, Love and Non-Violence.
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