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Ramakrishna Center in South Africa offers Classes on Hinduism to Children, also teaches about Valuable Life Skills

Age appropriate study materials have been designed for the students, which range from coloring, learning to studying about Ramayana, Hindu scriptures, philosophy

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South Africa, March 7, 2017: Following the philosophy of Vivekananda, ” Education is not just the amount of information put into your head which riots in there; undigested all your life. We must have life-building, character-making assimilation of ideas”, classes on Hinduism are offered by Ramakrishna Center in South Africa, Ladysmith Sub-Centre, to children from pre-primary to 12th grade, every Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.

Classes are held in Ramakrishna Shrine in Agra Road. These classes not only impart knowledge about Hinduism but also instil life skill values in the students for their well-rounded development, mentioned ladysmithgazette.co.za website.

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Age appropriate study materials have been designed for the students, which range from coloring, learning to studying about Ramayana, Hindu scriptures, philosophy.

Light meals are served to the students after every class. Examinations are held at the end of every academic year and certificates are handed out at special awards ceremony and annually Northern KwaZulu-Natal Children’s Cultural Festival is held where students participate in various activities such as sketching, dancing, singing, according to PTI report.

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