Sunflower Vedic School (SVS), spread over 12 1/2 acres in scenic environs covered with over more than 600 trees, backed by strong values and commitments towards nurturing our future generation and empowering them with knowledge, wisdom and infusing the 5 sense of discrimination is our mission. We believe that education is not merely an acquisition of information or skills but transformation of information into knowledge and knowledge into wisdom and wisdom into character building, leading in the holistic development of your child’s personality.
The purpose of education is not to fill an empty vessel but to turn the eye of soul towards light – Held Plato
A child should be allowed to evolve naturally, as every experience a child undergoes is consequential and each one leaves a longlasting impression on the child’s psyche. In SVS, we impart unique, sacred Indian values, culture, knowledge and skill through a delightful blend of an awesome infrastructure, fun and enjoyment where every day is a day of joy and celebration.
The process of character building involves sowing, within the individual, seeds of values of simplicity and service and helping him / her to blossom into a beautiful human being. To ensure a better tomorrow, it is essential to install in their minds a dream, a vision, a burning passion to achieve a lofty goal. It is necessary to inspire them to become original thinkers, innovators, scientists and creative artists and so on.
Our vision is to imbibe, ingrain, each child to learn, seek, reach and quest for knowledge to face and live to the maximum and beyond. “The human spirit which seeks to fly in the limitless sky of possibilities. It is such a spirit that dares to dream the dream of empowerment through education.” This beautiful and profound statement encapsulates the value of education.
Nothing can quite uplift our spirits in quite the same manner as education does. Yes, there are some exceptions of people attaining greatness without formal education. But for the best of all, education is the foundation on which we build our dreams into reality. Not long ago education merely meant the transfer of knowledge from the teacher to the taught. Not any more at SVS. The teacher and student traverse the journey and become the learner and learned.
A school open to one and all. We invite you to be a part of this exhilarating experience.
KNOW US – “See the world with closed eyes. The lights, the touch of triumph. The clamour of success. The taste of winning. The scent of opulence.” Don’t we feel like the material world has pervaded our children’s senses.
How true? Then where can our children search for truth in this mad showbiz called life. How can we help them to contemplate on the purpose, goal and mission of this precious blessing called human life. Possibly we can’t even remember, which is why Sunflower Vedic School shall gently remind your child to close their eyes to the chaotic tempting, vibrant unstable outside and rediscover the immense world of stability within us.
Because sucess is journey and not a destination.
5 subtle elemental forces of nature (pancha mahabhutas) responsible for survival.
5 sensory organs (pancha gnanendriyas) necessary requisite for all our actions and the 5 functionary organs (pancha karmendriyas) important for our progress.
5 vital energy forces (pancha pranas) required for the physiological function of the body
5 sheaths (pancha koshas) which envelope the soul within the body
5 important ingredients blended together make the Panchamrit. Pañcāmṛta is a Sanskrit compound of two words: Pañca, ‘five’. Amṛta, lit. ‘immortal’, “nectar of immortality, ambrosia, beverage of the gods”. Each symbolizes one virtue which serves as a guide for growth of the student. So it is only when purity of thought, word and deed, prosperity in studies and behavior, sweet speech, success and happiness together are imbibed in the student, he/she is ready to offer his/her best for personality development as well as for the advancement of the family and society.
Stars are twinkling points of light in the sky, often used as a mark of merit or excellence. The students should be like the twinkling stars ever enraptured with intelligence and sound knowledge.
7 is a symbolic representation of various divine concepts and philosophies of Sanatana Dharma. It is well known that men of different times and nations have associated with particular numbers of a peculiar significance and value. It is also well known that, of all numbers, there is no one which has excercised in this way a wider influence, no one which has commanded in a higher degree the esteem and reverence of mankind, than the number Seven. The mystic prominence of this sacred number is as ancient as it is VENERABLE. It belongs to the simple wisdom of a ageless age.
The 7 stars in the logo represent the 7 sages (sapta rishis), 7 lokas, 7 subtle energies (Chakras), 7 planets, 7 seas, 7 ragas, 7 days, 7 colors, 7 rituals, 7 gates, 7 steps, 7 ages of man, 7 continents and 7 wonders of the world.
Leaves represent Mother Nature, who is giving, nurturing, transform, determine, patience, strength andleaves copy wisdom.
The 18 leaves in the logo represent the vital life energy; the average number of man’s breathing per minute is 18. The significance of 18 can be traced back to the Vedic age. The Puranas are 18 in number. There are 18 Dharma Sastras. The epic Mahabharata has 18 Parvas, the Bhagawad Geetha, the Song Celestial has 18 chapters. The great historic war at Kurukshetra was fought for 18 days giving us the message – triumph of good over evil. Acceptance, appreciation, caring, cheerfulness, cleanliness, creativity, dignity, enthusiasm, discipline, focus, fortitude, honesty, hope, humbleness, idealism, kindness, responsibility and above all Love – these are the 18 qualities which comprise an ideal student to ascend for achieving success and glory.