GURU POORNIMA CELEBRATION
On 31st evening of July we celebrated ‘Guru Poornima’ in a grand manner.
It is the day when Sri Vyasa is revered as Guru is known as Guru Poornima day. The word ‘Guru’ has two syllables in which ‘gu’ means darkness or ignorance and ‘ru’ denotes the one who removes it. The Guru provides the light of knowledge that makes a disciple ‘see’ the supreme self. He removes the ignorance caused by ego through the use of medicine called knowledge. Sri Vyasa has done unforgettable service to humanity all time by editing the four Vedas, writing the 18 Puranas, the Mahabarta and Srimad Bhagavata. It is because of Sri Vyasa that our Vedic knowledge survives and importance of guru tradition got established.
On that happiest occasion we initiated our programme by an invocation.
“A hearty welcome is the best cheer” Welcome address was presented by Raja Ramya of IX standard.
Babishini of IX standard delivered a speech in Tamil about the importance of the day. She explained the story of Veda Vyasa. She quoted so many incidents from the life of Veda Vyasa.
“Music is the highest art, and to those who under stand, it is the highest worship”.
A pleasant song was sung by VIII standard students of V.K.V
The chief guest Sri.Thapasvi Pon Kamaraj, Founder of Yogi Ram Surath Kumar Manthralayam, Kaanimadam, distributed the award for the teachers who produced the centum result in the previous academic year.
The prize list was readout by Kum. Kalaivani teacher of V.K.V.
Chief Guest sri. Thapasvi Pon Kamaraj Founder of Yogi Ram Surat Kumar Manthralayam, Kaanimadam, addressed the gathering about the importance of the day. He defined the word ‘Thathriya’ that is Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. He explained an incident that happended in Malaysia. He insisted the students to follow the ideas of those people and to have a definite aim and work hard to achieve it.
Christhu Yuvance of VIII standard delivered the speech in English about the importance of the day.
Special Guest Mann. Hanumantaraoji, Treasurer of Vivekananda Kendra addressed that the teachers are the masters who help the students to pronounce, to speak in a correct way. He felt proud about the state rank.
Some of our well wishers of Vivekananda Kendra have offered scholarships to our students for their meritorious performance in the examinations and to give hands for their education.
The chief guest Sri. Thapasvi Pon Kamaraj handed over the scholarship to the students.
Special Guest Mann. Hanumantaraoji, Treasurer of Vivekananda Kendra presented a memento to our honourable chief guest, Sri Thapasvi Pon Kamaraj.
Archana of VIII Standard presented the vote of thanks.
The programme was concluded by our ‘Kendra Prayer’.