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Arya Samaj

We want that Education by which character is formed; Strength of mind is increased,
& by which one can stand on one's own feet.
Swami Vivekananda
The Hindu Vidyalaya of Calgary was established in 1993 as an educational arm of the Hindu Society of Calgary and operates under a standing committee of the Society called Hindu Vidyalaya Education Committee (HVEC). This committee consists of eight members, i.e., chairman, principal, vice-principal, a member of trustees, a representative from executive, a parent representative, a teacher representative, and a youth member of the Hindu Vidyalaya.
Hindu Vidyalaya starts in mid-September and winds up its session in the last week of April. The Vidyalaya offers formal classes on Hindu religion, Hindi language, Indian Classical Vocal Music and Yoga. Dedicated, hard-working and committed team of volunteers administers the Vidyalaya.The vision of the Hindu Vidyalaya is to make children and youths aware of their cultural roots and bring a sense of pride about their religion and cultural heritage.


HV Chairman:
Saroj Verma
(403) 273-1855(403) 273-1855
Principal :
Brijesh Mangal
(403)568-9716(403)568-9716
Hindu Vidyalaya email : hinduVidyalaya.calgary@gmail.com
For more information, please contact
Classical Music
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Hindi
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Dharma
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

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Hindu Vidyalaya update for
Sunday March 30, 2014
Hindi-1

This course focuses on the four aspects of the language: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing the alphabets.By the end of the course, the students are expected to read and write two or three letter words without matras.

Hindi-1 Section A:
Class work:
  1. ‘Nootan Varn Mala’, reviewed for final Exams
  2. Book B,
  3. Book C,
Homework:
  1. Book C,
  2. Study for Final Exam

Hindi-1 Section B:

Class work:
  1. Completed Model Question Paper for Finals
  2. Completed lesson ‘Aankh Michoni’.
Homework:
  1. Ginti 1 se 50 tak
  2. Complete Model Question Paper
Hindi-2

This course further enhances the four aspects of the language: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing the complex alphabets.By the end of the course, the students are expected to read and write two or three letter words with matras.

Class work:

  1. Practiced for final Exams

Homework:

  1. Practice for final Exams
  2. Practice given test paper
Hindi-3

This course emphasizes the comprehension, speaking and reading of the Hindi language through reading of stories.A greater emphasis is placed on speaking and comprehension through a higher level of reading and writing.By the end of the course, the students are expected to build and understand complex sentences.

Class work:

1. Practiced for final Exams

Homework:

  1. Practice for final Exams
Hindi-4

This course emphasizes on the grammar of the Hindi language.Specifically students learn Varn (alphabet classification), Sangya (noun), Ling (gender), Vachan (Number), Sarvnaam (Pronoun), Visheshan (adjective), and Kriya and punctuation marks.Muhavare (idioms) are taught along with essay writing and letter writing.

Class work:
  1. Practiced for final Exams
Homework:
  1. Revise the CW.
Dharma-1

This course introduces Hindu epics and gives the students an insight into festivals celebrated throughout the year.A thematic approach emphasizes active participation of the students in various religious activities.

Dharma 1 Section A
Class work:

1. Practiced for final Exams

Homework:

1. Remember Shloka

Dharma 1 Section B
Class work:

1. Completed the chapter on ‘Vedas’.

Home work:

1. Revise the CW

Dharma-2

This course further enhances knowledge of Hindu epics and gives the students an greater indepth insight into festivals celebrated throughout the year.A thematic approach emphasizes active participation of the students in various religious activities.

Class work:

1. Practiced for final Exams

Homework:

1. Practice for final Exams

Dharma-3

This course introduces principal beliefs and doctrines of Hinduism.A historical perspective on evolution of Hinduism, reincarnation of Atma, various ways to God realization, four phases of life, customs and rituals in the Hindu religion and their significance is emphasized.

Class work:
  1. Finished ‘Chapter24 & 25’
Homework:

1. Practice for final Exams

Music

This course has been introduced this year and teaches vocal Indian Classical music.Two important aspects of the Indian classical music are Raag and Taal.Raag is the melodic form whereas the Taal is the Rhythmic form.

Class work: Practiced songs for Yajman Day
Home work: Practice songs at home.