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This 90 minute workshop is a project based class  that is interactive, fun and devotional at the same time.  Project activities will help in character development and foster understanding of philosophy of Hinduism in ways kids learn best – by doing.  Practical aspects of devotion such as meditation will also be taught during this program.

This workshop is a half day program with the other half day of Art Class by Monika Dogra.

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AGE:
5+
Max Seat:
20
Timing:
June 10-14; 9-12 pm
Teacher:
Swami Nikhilanand Ji

This 90 minute workshop is a project based class  interactive, fun and devotional at the same time. 

Project activities will help in character development and foster understanding of philosophy of HInduism in ways kids learn best – by doing.  

Practical aspects of devotion such as meditation will also be taught during this program.

Select Camp Date and Time

Jun 10-14, 9am-12pm

Teacher

Swami Nikhilanand Ji, is the resident preacher of Radha Govind Dham and resides in Austin Texas 

Attracted to the teachings of Hinduism from a young age, Swami Nikhilanand eventually let his deep spiritual longing lead him to India, where he was most fortunate to come under the guidance of Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. Thereafter, living in the ashrams of JKP, he extensively studied Hindi, the philosophy of the prime Sanskrit scriptures (Vedas, Darshan Shastras, Gita, Bhagwatam), and practiced meditation in the tradition of raganuga bhakti

Now, with the blessings of his Guru, he offers satsang and youth programs throughout America, engaging audiences with his clear, logical, and scientific explanations of Hindu philosophy that is compelling and clarifies the questions of kids, teenagers and adults alike.  He is an acclaimed teacher of Gita and HInduism philosophy and an international speaker at Hindu world conferences 

He has extensive experience with teaching youth and clarifying concepts in ways they understand and enjoy learning.  He can make the most complicated concept simple  and practical to understand and apply.  In fact his biggest following is the Indian American Youth who inspired by his teachings come back repeatedly every summer to attend his summer camps in Austin Texas