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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.

May 2016


Marathi Annual Day

Waitlisted Students Registration Closes


Gujarati Annual Day

9:30 - 11:30  Hindi Level 1-2 Annual Day

12:00 - 2:00  Hindi Level 2 Annual Day

Gurukul Library Closes - No new books issued


​9:30 - 11:30  Hindi Level 3 Annual Day

12:00 - 2:00  Hindi Level 1 Annual Day



Final Evaluations
New Student Placement Evaluation

Last day to return l​ibrary books


No Class - Memorial Day Holiday

Week-1: 5/1/2016
Week-2: 5/8/2016
Week-3: 5/15/2016
Week-4: 5/22/2016
Week-5: 5/29/2016
June 2016


9:30 - 11:30 Hindi Level 4 Annual Day 

Gurukul Graduation Day (Last Day)


No Class - Summer Holiday

Saturday June 11th: Gurukul Annual Picnic/Holi Event


No Class - Summer Holiday

Saturday June 18th: Gurukul Staff Appreciation Event

Sunday June 19th: Gurukul Staff Appreciation Event



No Class - Summer Holiday

Week-1: 6/5/2016
Week-2: 6/12/2016
Week-3: 6/19/2016
Week-4: 6/26/2016

5/3/2016 4:33 PMGurukul

Gurukul is pleased to open admissions to all pre-registered students upto to April 10, 2016 for all languages​. 


A heads-up mail and invitations have been sent to email addresses provided in pre-registration.  Please complete the registrations as soon as possible. Deadline is May 7.


If you have not received the heads-up mail or the invitation, please check your junk folder. If you have established a Live or Microsoft account for pre-registration, please check that account for these emails.


If you still don't find the invitation, please send mail to with student's name and current email address so that we can look into it.​

Raj Jhanwar (Gurukul President)New Students Admissions: Deadline Saturday, May 7th, 2016594/26/2016
2/23/2016 11:47 AMCommunity


Indian language classes are offered in Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and Kannada. 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.


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.


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