Events of Bhavyata
Bhavyata Foundation is committed to raise awareness, establish models of communication and space for activism by means of seminars, workshops, educational trails and social volunteering to achieve its goals of sustainability, equity and collective prosperity.
Events at Bhavyata Foundation helps to awaken the innate curiosity of purpose, kindle awareness of perils of misdirected human resources and enlighten human accountability to make this planet a Home for coming generations
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The objective of the workshops is to build the capacity of teachers or master trainers to conduct the environmental audit through their students. During the workshop, participants will be taken through the Green Schools Programme Manual and the process of collecting information for the Audit.
A talk on India’s Forgotten Hero from Assam: Lachit Borphukhan. Ruled by the powerful Ahoms for 600 years from the mid 13th century, the Mughals couldn’t touch Assam. The year was 1671 and the decisive battle of Saraighat was fought on the raging waters of the Brahmaputra. The talk shall expound the exploits of one such unsung hero, Lachit Borphukan, the Assamese commander who defeated the huge Mughal armies of Aurangzeb.
History of our nation must convey one clear message to every Indian irrespective of his current caste, creed or religion. While India may have had the misfortune of being invaded by Mughals or British, they were not ‘us' by any stretch of imagination. Now it is for us to strike out an independent path of historical research for ourselves, to study our ancient roots and the ancient annals of India. It is for Indians to write Indian history.
The First ever Personality Development Course for Toddlers (3 to 6 years) A 2 hour monthly sessions for monthly Curriculum for Parents, Educators & Faculty for Toddlers in the age group of 3 to 6 years.
A daily routine is absolutely necessary to bring radical change in body, mind, and consciousness. Routine helps to establish balance in one's constitution. It also regularizes a person's biological clock, aids digestion, absorption and assimilation, and generates self-esteem, discipline, peace, happiness, and longevity.
What are the factors that make our lives beneficial, unbeneficial, blissful or morose? What are the parameters governing one's lifespan? The sripture which describes all the above factors is called as Ayurveda.