Message from Our Founder:
Let me once more set forth the Bhavan's faith for the benefit of new students and members, for it is necessary that they should understand it clearly and imbibe its spirit.
The Bhavan stands for the reintegration of Indian Culture. In a world falling to pieces under the impact of a moral technological avalanche, it tries to hold fast to the fundamental values for which our culture stands Rita, Satya, Yagna and Tapas. FAITH in God Who in-forms the Cosmic Order.
TRUTH which is accord between mind, word and deed.
DEDICATION which offers all movements of life as an offering to God.
SUBLIMATION which purifies the body and mind and transforms instincts, passions and emotions into things of beauty. This, regardless of forms and doctrines, is Dharma, the three-fold aspects of which are SATYAM, SHIVAM, SUNDARAM Truth, Love and Beauty. For these values our forefathers lived and died. So did Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Swami Dayananda, Swami Vivekananda, Gandhiji and Sri Aurobindo, among the moderns.
These values are embedded in our national outlook. We command the respect of the world because of them. We can look forward to the future with confidence only because they have the vitality which gives the power to vindicate their validity even in this fear-and avarice-ridden age of ours.
We, the Bhavan's family, whether it is the smaller one or the larger one, must make every effort in restoring an awareness of these values in personal and collective life.
Kulapathi Dr. K. M. Munshi
Our objective is to develop a new generation who.........
1. Respect Bharatiya Shiksha and Culture, respect parents, elders and teachers and avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour
2. Are always friendly with others, ready to lend a helping hand to their parents, brothers, sisters, teachers and companions and any unattended visitor they happen
to meet on the school premises.
3. Rise when any teacher or visitor enters any room or place they happen to be in.
4. Never quarrel, cheat (or are) unfair at play and are courteous to and sportsmanlike with opposing teams and officials.
5. Know that cruelty and causing pain to others is the trait of a bully while kindness is the mark of a gentle boy and girl.
6. Never make fun of the old or the poor, neither make fun of companions because of a misfortune or a handicap which he/she cannot help, for they know that God's
hands rest lovingly on the heads of all these men.
7. Respect the beauty of their classroom and the school premises and report any damage they may observe.
8. Learn and observe good table manners in canteen, library and elsewhere.
9. Are always truthful, whatever the cost.
10. Try to continue their share in making the world a better place to live in, instead of lamenting and grumbling over the evils of this world.
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