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Sai Baba
Sarva Dharma
Where : 15795 Lake Forest Ct, Granger, IN 46530
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Balvikas is a system of spiritual education for children founded on the teachings of Bhagwan Sri Satya Sai Baba with emphasis on the five human values:
TRUTH (SATYA)
DHARMA (RIGHT CONDUCT)
SHANTHI (PEACE)
PREMA (LOVE)
AHIMSA (NON VIOLENCE)
Balvikas – Background:
Sai Spiritual Education known as Bal Vikas which means “Blossoming of Human Excellence”, was started in India some 32 years ago in response to Swami’s call for parents to fulfill the spiritual needs of their children, to assume the responsibility of molding their children’s character and expose them to the rich culture and spiritual heritage of India which recognizes the unity of mankind.

In response to Swami’s call, some mothers started teaching the “neighborhood children” simple bhajans, prayers, spiritual and moral stories. With Swami’s guidance, Bal Vikas has slowly formalized and shaped, with age, groups and course content being set up.

In 1975, Bal Vikas was introduced overseas. Today, it is an integral part of all Sai Centers with thousands of gurus and students all over the world.

Details about South Bend Balvikas classes:
There are three groups of classes based on the student’s age and grade in
school
Group I – Grades 1,2,3
Group II – Grades 4,5,6,7
Group III – Grades 8,9,10,11,12


Classes are held on Sundays with the following schedule

Group and Time Teacher Phone
Group I – 9am-10am Rupal Patel 574-277-2276
Group II – 10am to 11am Shanta Berg 574-243-3349
Group III – 11am to noon Ashok Sundaram 574-243-7829
Seva for Group III Teacher Aruna Thinakal 574-273-9458

Address: Classes are held at 15795 Lake Forest Ct, Granger, IN 46530

For more details please contact one of the teachers listed above.

In celebration of Bhagwan Sri Satya Sai baba's 85th birthday, there is a 30 episode video serial describing his life, message and teachings. Please click on the link below to access the videos.

http://media.radiosai.org/www/archive.html