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Promoting Indian Languages, Arts and Culture Since 1998

Gurukul is not-for profit organization and is registered as 501 (c)(3) organization with IRS.

  
April 2015

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  • Spring Break

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Cultural Demo #5

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New Student Registration opens

Reading Program Ends

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4/17/2015 3:52 PMGurukul

Registration for next Gurukul sessions opens to the first batch of pre-registered students on April 9.  Invites will be sent to the first batch of students to complete the process. This batch will close on May 2 i.e. if you were invited and have not completed registration by May 2, you will be put on back of the wait list.

Second batch will open on May 3.  All registrations for next session will completed after the second batch.

If you believe that your child needs to be placed at a different level thatn Level 1, he/she can take a placement test on May 10 and May 17 so that they are placed at appropriate level. 

Raj Jhanwar (Gurukul President)New Students Registration Starts on April 19 for first batch404/17/2015
  
  
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4/17/2015 5:16 PMCommunity

IAWW-ICC in collaboration showcases its vision for the India Community Center on Sunday April 19th (2.00 pm to 5.00 pm) at the North Bellevue Community Center with a plethora of classes (pranayama, yoga, Bollywood for fitness, art therapy for healing and more) not forgetting a spectacular surprise at 2.30 p.m. Come dressed to participate in all or some of the classes we offer, check out the range of services area non profits offer the community, enjoy snacks and mingle, buy one or more raffle tickets and win one of our themed gift baskets overflowing with goodies including weekend getaways and more.

The IAWW-ICC is IAWW's newest program housed every Thursday (8.30 am to 9.00 pm) at North Bellevue Community Center (4063 148th Ave NE Bellevue) in collaboration with the city of Bellevue with the intent of bringing awareness of health and wellness via group classes, art therapy, conversation and more. 

Raj Jhanwar (Gurukul President)IAWW-India Community Center Open House: Sunday, April 19th (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm)414/17/2015
2/9/2015 11:38 AMCommunity

Languages

Indian language classes are offered in Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi. Students are taught written and spoken forms of the languages. At the end of the Gurukul school year, children demonstrate their learning via performances on Annual Day.

Arts

Gurukul showcases various forms of Indian arts such as Indian musical instruments, vocal singing, Indian classical and folk dances for children through live performances by local artists.

Culture

Indian culture education is imparted to children through cultural immersion techniques used by teachers. Various activities, like celebrating Indian festivals such as Diwali and Holi, provide an opportunity to learn about the Indian culture.

Rachna Bidasaria (Gurukul IT)What We Do At Gurukul352/3/2015