Anganvaady Krishnadathan

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A nice abode for children of the age between three and six. Anganvaady throughout the state have a major role in the basic and pre school level training of kids.

Starting our stay at “ShreeRenjini” near ” Mannanpurath kaavu” had the basic aim to provide Krishnadathan , a congenial environment for early nourishment.

This Quarters owned by Late Kunjiramettan ( KunjiRaaman) , known among Nileshwarians as Supriya KunjiRaaman, is very near to Mannanpurath kaavu. From the Quarters, it’s only one kilometre to the Anganvaady.

Knowledge is Fire

Every place of education, is considered as “Saraswathi Ksherta” (Temple of Goddess Saraswathi – the goddess of Learning) , in accordance with Indian Wisdom or “Sanaathana Dharma”.

So, this Anganvaady too is a Temple of Saraswathi, litting the Kindle of Wisdom in the hearts of growing children.

We admire the great task undertaken by the teachers of Anganvaady. Apart from teaching and caring little children, they prepare food for them, and also carry out various village level development activities of Government. Though not well paid for the hard work the Anganvaady teachers are doing, they perform the altruistic deeds selflessly.

Guru Purnima – 2013

//Shri Sad Gurave Namha//

//Shri Sad Gurave Namha//

The word Guru is derived from two words, ‘Gu’ and ‘Ru’. The Sanskrit root “Gu” means darkness or ignorance. “Ru” denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore one who removes darkness of our ignorance is a Guru. Gurus are believed by many to be the most necessary part of lives. On this day, disciples offer puja (worship) or pay respect to their Guru (Spiritual Guide). It falls on the day of full moon, Purnima, in the month of Ashadh (June–July) of the Shaka Samvat, Indian national calendar and Hindu calendar.
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