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    Heritage and Cultural Carnival to be Launched by Hare Krishna Movement

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    Hare Krishna Movement in Hyderabad, through its cultural wing SUMEDHASA, has announced the launch of a heritage and cultural carnival for children. The aim of this carnival is to nurture a strong and confident future generation among students from LKG to class X.

    The officials have designed this event specifically for students from LKG to 10th class. It will offer a series of activities where children can learn about India’s rich culture, glorious history, and enhance their talents and skills.

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    The Heritage fest is an annual cultural extravaganza that celebrates India’s vibrant culture and traditions. It also promotes our Vedic culture and universal ethical values. Over the past eight years, the event has reached out to 40,000 students across 2000 schools, which shows the overwhelming response it has received. This year, we expect around 30,000 students from over 300 schools in Telangana State alone to participate enthusiastically.

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