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SUMMER 2019 PROGRAMS



Summer Reading program:

Bhagwat Gita for Kids

Sundays 12:45PM - 1:30PM




  • CHAPTER 1:


  • Questions to bring to the discourse, written in your own words:


  • 1. What was the question Dhritarashtra put forth to Sanjaya?
  • 2. How did Sanjaya paint the picture of the battlefield in Kurushetra?
  • 3. What was Duryodhana feeling in the battlefield?
  • 4. What did Bhishma do in order to cheer up Duryodhana?
  • 5. What did Arjuna say to Lorda Krishna after hearing the tumultuous sound of the conches?
  • 6. What was the mental condition of Arjuna who was seated in the chariot, which was placed in the midst of the two armies?
  • 7. Repeat Arjuna's despondency in his own words to Shri krishna.
  • 8. What are the arguments Arjuna give in favour of his actions?
  • 9. Explain in a few sentences, the culture of that period in which Arjuna lived, collecting your data from Arjuna's own arguments in this chapter



Important basics of hindusim:


Hinduism, the world's oldest religion, has no beginning, it precedes recorded history. It has no human founder. It is a mystical religion, leading the devotee to personally experience the Truth within, finally reaching the pinnacle of consciousness where man and God are one. 

Hinduism has four main denominations-- 


  •  Śaivites are those who primarily worship God Śiva as Supreme God
  • Shaktism worship Shakti, the divine Mother, in her many forms like (Saraswati, Kali, Durga, Lakshmi)
  • Vaishnavism. Vaishnavism is the monotheistic tradition worshiping Vishnu, Ram and Krishna
  • Smartism. Smarthas have free rein to choose whichever deity they wish to worship.


  • Our beliefs determine our thoughts and attitudes about life, which in turn direct our actions. By our actions, we create our destiny. Beliefs about sacred matters such as God, soul and cosmos--are essential to one's approach to life. 


  • Hindus believe many diverse things all that portray a life of divinity.

We believe in a one, all-pervasive Supreme Being who is both pervading and heavenly, is our Creator and is a constant in our lives. 


Hindus believe that the universe undergoes endless cycles of creation, preservation and dissolution.


We strongly believe in karma, the law of cause and effect by which each individual creates his own destiny by his thoughts, words and deeds.


As Hindus we believe that the soul reincarnates, evolving through many births until all karmas have been resolved then moksha and eventual liberation from the cycle of rebirth.


We believe that  we are all divine beings and that temple worship, rituals, sacraments and personal devotionals create a communion with God.


One of most important belief is that all life is sacred, to be loved and revered, and therefore practice ahimsa, noninjury, in thought, word and action..