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HTGC Vidyalaya


प्रवृत्तिं (pravRittiM)

HTGC Vidyalaya’s mission is to provide an encouraging, safe and academically-focused environment to promote, instill and foster the Hindu religion, culture and spiritual values in children as well as to enhance the long-term pursuit of religious and philosophical understanding in interested adults. All students whether child or adult, will be encouraged and challenged to meet their individual educational goals in religion, language skills, arts and/or science through the help of committed and learned volunteers to achieve a satisfying and productive-experience.

We gather to make our commitment to become free from suffering, help people with their spiritual growth and provide a safe and friendly space for nurturing holistic well-being.

The Early Years

In 1986, when the Sri Rama Temple was inaugurated under the leadership of President Krishna Reddy, space became available for starting a formal school for children. Gopal and Vasanthi Srinivasan had great inspiration to inculcate the religious and cultural values in the Hindu way of life to the children of our community.

Growth of the School

In 1997, a decade later, the Sunday School Chair Laxminarayan Mahisekar reported that there were 175 children attending the various religion, language, Indian History and SAT classes. Sanskrit examinations were being offered through Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (India) in Balbodh, Prarambh, Pravesh and Gita classes.

Vision 2020

The 2018 Education Committee chaired by Sudha Rao, looks forward to developing a strong curriculum for the students, offering technological advances to provide a more challenging and exciting school environment, and building a Center of Excellence in a few areas like Religion, Sanskrit, Hindi and other popular language classes.





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