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Our school is celebrating Navaratri

Goddess Shailputri

Goddess Shailputri is the first manifestation of Goddess Durga. She holds a Trishul in one hand and a lotus in the other and rides a bull called Nandi. Goddess Parvati was born as the daughter of Himalaya and in Sanskrit, Shail means the mountain, thus she is known as Shailputri.

Goddess Brahmacharini

The second day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini. The goddess walks bare feet with a rudraksh mala in one hand and a sacred Kamandalu in the other. The meditative form of this goddess symbolises Goddess Parvati when she engaged in her deep meditation to please Lord Shiva.

Goddess Chandraghanta

The third day of Navratri is of Goddess Chandraghanta. She is a fierce 10-armed goddess with a crescent moon on her forehead, which gives her the name Chandraghanta. She rides on a tiger to destroy all evil and wicked.

Goddess Kushmanda

Chaturthi or the fourth day of Navratri is of Devi Kushmanda. The name Kushmanda is derived from three words - ‘Ku' (little), ‘Ushma' (warmth or energy) and ‘Amnda' (egg), which means the creator of the universe.

Goddess Skandmata

Goddess Skandmata who is worshipped on the fifth day is also known as Panchami. Skandmata is a four-armed deity, who carries a lotus in two of her arms with a sacred Kamandalu and a bell in the other two. She also carries a little Kartikay on her lap and because of this Kartikay is also known as Skanda. She is seated on a lotus.

Goddess Katyayani

The sixth day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, who is a form of Shakti. Also known as the warrior goddess, Katyayani is considered as one of the most violent forms of Goddess Parvati. She has four arms and carrying a sword. She is the daughter of Sage Katyayan and rides on a lion.

Goddess Kaalratri

Saptami or the seventh day of Navratri is of Goddess Kaalratri. As per legends she sacrificed her skin colour and embraced a dark complexion to kill demons. She is a four-armed deity who rides a donkey, carries a sword, a trident, and a noose. She has a third eye on her forehead that is believed to contain the entire universe.

Goddess Mahagauri

Durga Asthami or the eight-day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri. She is a four-armed deity who rides on a bull or a white elephant. She carries a Trishul and a damru in her hands.

Goddess Siddhidatri

The ninth or the final day of Navratri is of Goddess Siddhidhatri. She is projected as a four-armed deity sitting on a lotus, holding a mace, discus and a book and lotus in her hands. This form of Goddess Durga signifies perfection.


Mysore Dasara is the Nada habba or state festival of Karnataka. Often called Navaratri, it is a 10-day festival with the last day being Vijayadashami. According to a legend, Vijayadashami denotes the victory of truth over evil. For, it was the day the Hindu Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the demon Mahishasura.

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Panchamukhi Shikshana

"Jaigopal Garodia Rashtrotthana Vidya Kendra" popularly known by its acronym JGRVK, is one of the premier educational institutions of Bangalore. The three branches in Bangalore speak about the popularity and trust it has generated in terms of education and focused dedication towards shaping all-rounded global citizens.

The orientation and nurturing of the students are based on "Panchamukhi Shikshana' i.e., the understanding of the real world that he or she lives in. We successfully provide holistic education that encourages students to excel in multiple disciplines, such as academics, sports, art /craft, music and dramatics.

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Activities

Bharathiya culture has survived because in every generation the best among us have lived by certain fundamental values. We see many examples of this in our history. Starting from the rishis in the Vedic period, we see several divine personalities like Mahavira, Buddha, Ashoka, Shankara, Madhvacharya, Krishnadevaraya, Akbar, Basava, Guru Govind Singh, Gandhi, Lal Bahadhur Shastri etc. who have spread these values through their preachings and examples.
Field trips and Excursion pertinent to themes of the curriculum are a common feature at JGRVK, especially for Kindergarten, Primary and Middle -senior school students. Students eagerly look forward to these trips as they provide them with the much needed hands on experience about the things they learn. The field trips supplement the learning and cement it with the visual aspect. Further , students are trained to develop self- confidence and self esteem so that they are able to take independent decisions.
The school organizes trekking camps and summer camps with this purpose in mind. The summer camp is organized in the school not only to allow extra time for sports activities but also to identify potential talents in areas of Swimming, Art /Craft, Drawing/Painting, Dance, Music etc.
Exhibitions help the student to express his/her views on what is happening in the world around him and on the prescribed topics. Besides expressing personal thoughts, feelings students also gets hands on experiences and good exposure. JGRVK organizes annual exhibition, were children put their talents in the form of exhibits which they have created during their project periods.We have Science and technology, Mathematics, Social Science and all languages- English, Hindi, Kannada and Sanskrit exhibits.
A superior Band helps to develop character, good behavior, discipline, sportive spirit, team coordination and provides students with an Ideal "OUT" for their energies. Troop of students are trained by a Special trainer focusing on Bharathiya Ghosh system.
Science is a great game and universe is the playground. A person requires good knowledge to play this game well. Keeping this mind good research based projects are assigned to the students. Most of the projects are related to our daily life situations and many working models are also included. –Different organ systems, bio-diversity, volcanoes, periodical table, states of matter, circuits, wastewater management, models based on Newton's colour disc, pressure exertions, close and open circuit , energy transformation and application of some scientific principles in day to day life.
In order to develop the competitive spirit and to motivate and to enhance their general knowledge, External examinations like OYMPIAD EXAMS- IEO,ICE,ISO, IMO and ASET examinations are conducted for the students.

Activities

Bharatiya Culture
Bharathiya culture has survived because in every generation the best among us have lived by certain fundamental values. We see many examples of this in our history. Starting from the rishis in the Vedic period, we see several divine personalities like Mahavira, Buddha, Ashoka, Shankara, Madhvacharya, Krishnadevaraya, Akbar, Basava, Guru Govind Singh, Gandhi, Lal Bahadhur Shastri etc. who have spread these values through their preachings and examples. more
Exposure and Tours
Field trips and Excursion pertinent to themes of the curriculum are a common feature at JGRVK, especially for Kindergarten, Primary and Middle -senior school students. Students eagerly look forward to these trips as they provide them with the much needed hands on experience about the things they learn. The field trips supplement the learning and cement it with the visual aspect. Further , students are trained to develop self- confidence and self esteem so that they are able to take independent decisions. more
Exhibitions
Exhibitions help the student to express his/her views on what is happening in the world around him and on the prescribed topics. Besides expressing personal thoughts, feelings students also gets hands on experiences and good exposure. JGRVK organizes annual exhibition, were children put their talents in the form of exhibits which they have created during their project periods. more
School Band
A superior Band helps to develop character, good behavior, discipline, sportive spirit, team coordination and provides students with an Ideal "OUT" for their energies. Troop of students are trained by a Special trainer focusing on Bharathiya Ghosh system. more
Science Project
Science is a great game and universe is the playground. A person requires good knowledge to play this game well. Keeping this mind good research based projects are assigned to the students. Most of the projects are related to our daily life situations and many working models are also included. –Different organ systems, bio-diversity, volcanoes, periodical table, states of matter, circuits, wastewater management, models based on Newton's colour disc, pressure exertions, close and open circuit , energy transformation and application of some scientific principles in day to day life. more
External Examinations
In order to develop the competitive spirit and to motivate and to enhance their general knowledge, External examinations like OYMPIAD EXAMS- IEO,ICE,ISO, IMO and ASET examinations are conducted for the students. more