We all realize and appreciate significance of Vedic Science and it’s far reaching positive effects on our lives. City based the Vedic Science Club of Hare Krishna Mandir organized the biggest Cultural Festival “Ambrosia 2016” on Sunday 4th December 2016 for college students. The Vedic Science Club is regularly conducting Personality Enrichment Programs for fine tuning the skills of youngsters in this hectic lifestyle. The festival aims at enabling the participant’s experience the practical demonstrations of all the Vedic principles. The Club primarily aims at imparting the value education through Personality enrichment workshops conducted by Vedic Science Club, based on ancient Vedic quotes from the Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, enable individuals from all walks of life to become more focused, ethical, cultivate positive value systems, develop interpersonal skills, increase operational skills and enhanced personal growth.
The program had a blend of events culminating Vedic culture by the creative events covering Vedic Quiz, Vedic Treasure Hunt, drama and a rock band performance in the end by members of Vedic Science Club. Students from various colleges participated including Silver Oak College of Engineering, LD Engineering College, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology. The event was graced by Anju Sharma (IAS), Principal Secretary, Higher and Technical Education Department; Prof. Anirbid Sircar, Director, School of Petroleum Technology, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University; Dr. Alka Mahajan, Director-Institute of Technology, NIRMA University and other dignitaries.
Jaganmohan Krishna Dasa, President, Hare Krishna Mandir, Bhadaj said “More than 2500 students from various colleges participated and all were jubilant and thrilled to have witnessed such a beneficial event. The dignitaries praised organizers and congratulated the team of Vedic Science Club for successfully conducting the event and encouraged to continue with same enthusiasm.”