Srimad Bhagavtham –Spiritual Science Exhibition by 300 children from Narasimha Insititute for Childrens Education(NICE) Education wing of ISKCON MIRAROAD.
On the auspicious occasion of Ashad Ekadashi 10th July,2022 ,30 NICE teachers engaged 300 children to make 220 models on the topics of Srimad Bhagavatham covering all 12 cantos of Srimad Bhagavatham and 100 verses from prayers of Srimad Bhagavtham.
Highlights of exhibition
Each Child narrated the respective pastime over 50+ times.
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– Sample ‘Art for Peace’ collage
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Please accept my humble obeisances.
All glories to Srila Prabhupada!
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