Children’s Camp

Vedic Heritage class – 1st and 3rd Sundays (Children)

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m :        Krishna Puja

10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m:         Chanting

11:15 a.m. -12:15 p.m:          Yoga/Purna Vidya

12:30 p.m – 1:30 p.m:            Aarti / Lunch


2020 Camp details
We are very excited to announce the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam Children’s Summer Camps! The theme this year will be on the topic of Connecting to Ishvara. This topic will explore different means of worship, relating, and understanding what is Ishvara/Bhagavān. Please see the attachment!
Dates for the children summer camps:
Camp I – July 19- July 25
Camp II – July 26 – August 1
Camp III – August 2 – 8
Please register your children (and your friends’ children) through THIS LINK https://bit.ly/38xCba4

Even if you have called and registered through the office please complete this online form (this will guarantee we have all the correct information). 

With our team of trusted and friendly teachers, your children can new friends and learn through these activities: Vedic Heritage, Yoga, Meditation, Singing, Story Telling, Games, and Arts & Crafts.

Children may be unaccompanied for children’s course 1 (ages 9 – 16) and course 2 (ages 9-12). They will stay with trusted adults.

The price is $100 for registration and $350 for room and board for each child staying at the Gurukulam.
Also, we are seeking adult volunteers to serve as “Cabin Parents” staying with the children. If you are willing, please contact shivamgosai@gmail.com. We will then guide you on completing a background check, etc.
Please call the AVG office at 570-992-2339 or email shivamgosai@gmail.com if you have any other questions.

2019 Children’s Camp schedule

July 21-27 Children’s Course I (Ages 9-16) Unaccompanied by parents

July 28-Aug 3 Children’s Course II (Ages 9-12) Unaccompanied by parents

You can get more information by calling Gurukulam’s office at Call: (570) 992 2339 or Email: avpoffice@gmail.com


Arsha Vidya Gurukulam is hosting a traditional Gurukulam style camp for children, a tradition where students live and study with their teacher. The camp will be conducted by experienced teachers in-keeping with the vision of Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati of helping everyone grow to their full potential.

It will also include topics on culture, religion, philosophy, psychology and health. The camp will build character and values while children learn responsibility and cooperation and gain independence and self-esteem. With experienced teachers, beautiful facilities, and unique variety of activities, we aim not just to provide a fun camp environment, but to shape and train young minds. We invite children to come and join us at the serene and picturesque Gurukulam for a week filled with motivational talks and demonstrations, energizing activities, games.

Camp activities include learning Yoga, Slokas, field trip, cultural activities and more.