HCLS Course launched in Kisumu

I am so happy that the Hindu Culture and Lifestyle Studies Course has been launched in Kisumu. We had a grand inauguration of the program on 21st February to the local community. These courses are available in three modes, online, sself-studyand classroom. I wanted the members to understand the genesis and background of these courses. My presentation helped them to understand in detail about the courses which are going to be conducted in three levels, basic, middle and advance. More than hundred people were there and I hope we start getting a good number into our classes.

It is my dream to see youngsters get a good understanding about our culture and traditions. The Shree Sanatan Hindu Union Temple will be the venue for the classes. I am also glad that six volunteers have signed up to be teachers. The detailed Teacher’s Manual will guide them to handle the classes with ease. The first batch will start with classes offered for free on Saturdays from 3.30 to 4.30 pm and Sundays from 10.30 to 11.30 am in English and Gujarati.  Anyone in the age group of 8 to 18 can join the class. Many officials and prominent members of the Community graced the occasion. The books and the classes were formally inaugurated by the trustees of the temple, Shree Govind bhai Kaneria and Dr. Prajapati, Chairperson Hitesh Derodra, National Trustee of Hindu Council of Kenya Shree Ramesh Mehta. I am looking forward to the residents of Kisumu and other nearby areas to join the course and benefit from the classes.


Published by Vaishali Shah

Vaishali Shah is the founder owner of Shrivedant Foundation in Kenya. She is an entrepreneur, writer, thinker, an avid reader, an activist, a social bug and a devotee who wants to do different things and do things differently. She has got few degrees like Masters in Commerce, Masters in International Business and Diploma in Web Technologies and many other certificate courses. She thinks that true knowledge and experience is gained from the real life, from our ancient scriptures, our elders and achievers of the society who actually can contribute to our overall growth on a large scale and can uplift our soul to a different level. She is associated with quite a few non-profit organisations in Kenya which are determined to bring awareness of ancient vedic lifestyle and the benefits to implement them into our lives. She also promotes vegetarianism through a club called Kenya Vegetarian Club to help locals to turn and remain vegetarian.

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