Ramayan is the AdiKavya (the first Poem) composed by Rishi Valmiki in Sanskrit more than 5000 years ago. Years later Kavi Tulsidas translated it into Awadhi language. There are multitude versions of Ramayan in almost every Indian language. There are various dances, dramas, puppets, paintings, and sculptures depicting scenes from the Ramayan in the world. Classical, folk, and devotional music is inspired by compositions composed on Ramayan by devotees. Ramayan is universal and has its impact in countries like Tibet, China, Japan, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, etc.
Enroll in the FREE & VIRTUAL workshops to guide you with the contest Kaun Banega Ramayan Vidyapati (KBRV) participation.
* It is not necessary to sign up for the workshops in order to participate.
|Sat May 29th||10:00 am - 11:30 am CST||Bal kand||All Ages||FREE||Register Now|
|June 21 - 25||5 pm - 6:30 pm CST||Art Workshop (5 days, 1.5h)||Children (5-17 yrs)||$100 (until May 24th)||Register Now|
|June 28 - July 2||5 pm - 6:30 pm CST||Art Workshop (5 days, 1.5h)||Children (5-17 yrs)||$100 (until May 24th)||Register Now|
|June 7-11||9 am – 12 noon CST||Coding Workshop (5 days, 3h)||Children (7-17 yrs)||$150 (until May 24th)||Register Now|
Workshop is designed to review and revise the lessons taught by the epic, Ramayan. Participants will be guided on how to inculcate KRIPALU values taught in Ramayan such as Kindness, Respect, Integrity, Perseverance, Accountability, Love & Unassuming in an engaging manner. Participants will be guided and can also collect media content/s for the contest, Kaun Banega Ramayan Vidhyapati.
June 21-25 (THEME: Portrait) and June 28-July 2 (THEME: Landscape)
Art Workshop is designed to spark imagination, encourage self-expression, and make lifelong connections to many expressions of art, each camp is led by a working artist who teaches skills in a particular medium and offers individual student support. Get comfortable with the basics of painting and drawing. Have fun experimenting as you build skills in brush techniques, color mixing, and design while using watercolor, tempera, inks, mixed media, and acrylics.
JKYog in collaboration with Wize Computing Academy of McKinney, Allen & Prosper (sponsor of CODING CONTEST (Sanketan) in Kaun Banega Ramayan Vidyapati is conducting coding workshop. Participants will learn App development and AR/VR (Augmented & Virtual Reality). The participants may use this learning to participate in the coding contest in KBRV or create their own stories in Ramayan. Not mandatory to participate in the workshop to participate in the contest or vice versa.
Click Here for FAQ. This event provides the unique opportunity to learn, understand, assimilate, absorb, and implement timeless Ramayan teachings into your life.
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