On the International Women’s Day an event was held at Anuvibha’s Children’s Peace Palace in association with Ashapura Manav Kalyan Trust, Vapi, Gujrat. Around 400 girl students, teachers and parents participated. These were the girls who had been awarded Gargi Puraskar and Priyadarshini Puraskar for their excellent results in secondary and higher secondary Board exams. The girls were felicitated in the program. There was also a Career Counselling session in which experts from different fields presentation their talks.

Additional Collector of Rajsamand Mr. Rakesh Gadhval, Sub Divisional Magistrate Mr. Sushil Kumar, Anuvibha President Mr Sanchay Jain, Founder of Ashapura Trust Mr Nanji Bhai Gurjar, Prof RK Gurjar, Dr Rajveer Singh, Dr RakeshTailang, Mr Suresh Kawadia, Kailash Samota spoke on the occasion.



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ANUVRAT Movement aims at social and national transformation through individual transformation and its foundation is child development. Childhood is the most appropriate stage for personality development. ANUVIBHA is doing this quintessential work through ANUVRAT Balodaya.

Acharya Tulsi, Founder, ANUVRAT Movement

Children’s Peace Palace is a great creation. I understand, in Balodaya model practiced at the Children’s Peace Palace, the emphasis is made on enhancing children’s emotional competence which is possible only when children stay and spend some time in a special environment created for them. I am very happy to know that this model is based on child psychology. This is most valuable and worthy of emulation by other schools.

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, FormerPresident of India

I give more importance to this centre than the Disneyland of California which have costed billions of dollors. The reason, in the Disneyland you will find only entertainment but here there is quality at every corner. I would love to call it the Children’s Peace Palace.

Prof. Glenn D. Paige, Founder, Centre for Global Nonkilling, USA