Shubham Karoti Gurukula is a charitable residential school for girls spread across 12 acres, it aims to restore our Indian culture and ethos “Swastha Susamskruta Samajada Nirmana” as the founders call it. The name Shubham Karoti itself means ‘Do Good Deeds’ in Sanskrit. Spoken language is ‘Sanskrit’, medium of instruction is ‘Kannada’ and children are taught numerous activities to develop their all-around personality.
On the auspicious day of “Vyasa Poornima”, 22nd July year 1994 the opening of the Gurukula was inaugurated by the Poojya Swamijee Sri Sri Sri Vishveshwara Teerta of Pejawar Math, Udupi and by Sri Ramdas M Kamat. It is located in Ramohalli (near Kengeri), Bengaluru.
It is about 25 km from the city center and close to the famous Big Banyan Tree.
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The food and Education expenses per day covering the total inmates of the Gurukula children the Cost is Rs 15000/- per day
For a pupil, a balanced dieted simple food covering two meals and snacks, the minimum cost will be Rs 3000/-per month.
It is an opportunity for girls. I’m proud myself I’m also teaching a new type of ghosh(drill) in gurukula. Thanks, for giving a wonderful opportunity for me dhanyawada for all the member of gurukula and students.
Narendra Kumar G
Congratulations sir! You have become an example that others can follow since success clearly gives you identity while others are facing challenges with the so-called: Identity versus Role Confusion.
It is an excellent Charity work. Providing Education to Girl child is most Devotional & Humble work. Gurukul Parampara & education by Sanskrit medium is truly a sublime bliss in Bangalore. My prayers for all success to Gurukul.