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    The Hare Krishna Movement in Hyderabad celebrated the success of its Annual Heritage & Cultural Celebrations called “Heritage Fest” at Ravindra Bharti. The event, organized by “SUMEDHASA,” aims to promote intelligence through culture and the cultivation of knowledge through cultural exploration.

    This year, the festival saw the participation of around 20,000 students from over 200 schools in Hyderabad. The students took part in various contests that spanned several months, including qualifying, quarter finals, semi-finals, and final rounds. A special prize distribution ceremony for the Heritage Fest was held at Ravindra Bharathi. The event was attended by Chief Guest Hon’ble Justice Smt. M.G. Priyadarshini Garu from the Telangana High Court and presided over by His Grace Sri Satya Gaura Chandra Dasa Prabhuji, President of Hare Krishna Movement & Regional President of Akshaya Patra Foundation, Telangana & AP.

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    Satya Gaura Chandra Dasa Prabhuji mentioned that around 20,000 students participated in the fest, which took place in 20 venues across Hyderabad. More than 200 schools from Telangana were involved, and through their participation, the children learned self-confidence, leadership qualities, teamwork, and moral and cultural values. The Heritage Fest is not only a convergence of cultural contests but also an event that aims to bridge the cultural divide and promote holistic development in a world driven by technology and fast-paced lifestyles.

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