Welcome to the official website of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Sanskritik Kendra in Nagpur! We are proud to present a cultural center that aims to enrich the future generations of India. Our Sanskritik Kendra at Koradi is a magnificent structure spanning two floors, each covering an area of 14,760 sq. ft.
The first floor houses the remarkable "Ramayana Darshanam Hall," a unique exhibition complex where the entire story of Lord Rama is narrated through captivating murals and oil paintings. This hall showcases 120 magnificent paintings portraying significant episodes from the Ramayana, from the birth of Sri Rama to his glorious coronation. Accompanying these masterpieces are informative write-ups in English, Hindi, and Marathi, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the epic tale.
On the second floor, we present the "Bharata Mata Sadanam," a tribute to our valiant freedom fighters and defense personnel, designed to instill a deep sense of patriotism. Within this hall, you will find a bronze statue of Bharata Mata, along with 115 paintings depicting the heroic struggles of freedom fighters from 1857 to 1947. Additionally, we proudly showcase 21 Paramvir Chakra Awardees and 14 paintings that vividly depict various pivotal events from India's freedom struggle, each accompanied by explanatory write-ups.
At Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Sanskritik Kendra, we invite you to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of India. Explore the depths of the Ramayana and witness the bravery and sacrifices of our freedom fighters. Join us in our mission to inspire and educate generations to come, fostering a deep love for our country and its glorious past.
Bhavan is guided by India's ancient concepts:
- Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam -
A Nation becomes great because of its citizens and good governance. A democracy of the people, by the people, for the people alone can take a Nation to greater heights. That is the main mission of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan was founded on November 7, 1938 by Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi at Mumbai and stands for the reintegration of Indian Culture. The real strength of the Bhavan is in building character, humility, selflessness and dedication, and works for building a peaceful India.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra was established in 1970. It has 9 Schools, Gandhi Institute of Computer Education and Information Technology imparting free Computer Education, a Centre for Human Excellence and a Cultural wing “Kalasrjan” (Academy of Indian Music, Dance and Fine Arts).
The Six Bhavan’s School in Nagpur cater to 16148 students and around 2564 students are studying in the project schools of Mouda, Wardha and Satna under the aegis of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra. All the 9 Bhavan’s Schools are affiliated to CBSE and are giving exemplary performances in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas.
The Rajiv Gandhi Award for National Integration is an award instituted by the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in India. It is presented annually to individuals or organizations that have made significant contributions to promoting national integration, communal harmony, and social cohesion in the country. The award recognizes those who have worked towards bridging the divides of caste, religion, language, or ethnicity and have fostered unity among diverse communities
The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan was selected for the Communal Harmony Award 1999 for its outstanding contribution to the cause of promotion of communal harmony and national integration by the Jury for the Communal Harmony Awards headed by the Hon'ble Vice-President of India.
The President of India Shri K.R Narayanan presented the Communal Harmony and National Integration Award for the year 1999 to the Bhavan at a special function on August 31, 2000, at the historic Ashoka Hall of Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi. The President of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Worldwide Bharat Ratna C. Subramanian received the Award on behalf of the Bhavan.
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The International Gandhi Peace Prize is given to individuals, organizations, or institutions from around the world that have made outstanding contributions to promoting peace, nonviolence, and harmony. The award recognizes the efforts and achievements of individuals or entities in areas such as conflict resolution, social justice, human rights, and sustainable development.