- Namita Purohit
- Life Stages
This Home Science module explains how feminine qualities are extremely powerful and how they impact the well being and happiness of all family members The module discusses how a woman’s performance of her duties with due support from her family members gives a strong foundation for the performance of grhastha ashrama dharma(householder life). We did […]
Within this home science module we covered to major two topics during the Blossom Girls Home Science Camp 2015. The first being “ Food, Mood, Karma and You” on how the type of food we eat and the consciousness of the cook affects our consciousness, karma and mood and ability to grow in life. We discussed […]
This being an important function of the grhastha asrama we tried to introduce the concept to the girls through this module. We cover through the materials linked below how one needs to be mindful of the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of the guests and how one can take care of them. We have also […]
This module is based on the instructions of Narada Muni for women from the verses of Srimad Bhagavatam, SB 7.11.26-27 , “…….she should sweep and clean the household with water and other liquids so that the entire house is always pure and clean. She should collect the household paraphernalia and keep the house always aromatic with […]
Watch this space as we continue uploading presentations, documents, materials, videos and activity sheets from the Summer 2015 home science camp we did for young girls and all other upcoming Home Science Resources. Among the various areas that the Bhakti Women team serves women in, we are also very inspired to support mothers in empowering […]
A trip to the farm where we learned how to grow our own food!
In the path of Bhakti we worship God and because we worship God we worship everything animate and inanimate that he has created.
‘Simple Living & High Thinking’ – a principle which is so succinct, yet profound. It formed the basis of life in the bygone age of wisdom. Life in the Vedic times was focused on Service, but not on exploitation; this was the cardinal rule of living and the very essence of people’s dealings – with […]
According to the National Association of Home Builders, the average home size in the United States was 2 square feet in 2009, “The average home size has continued to rise for the past four years, from 2,362 square feet in 2009 to 2,679 square feet in 2013, up from 1,400 square feet in 1970. For […]
The monetary rewards we may offer ourselves do not always sustain our efforts to go green. When the gas prices climb up people start biking to work, but when the gas prices go down many people single drive their way to work. By seeing everything in connection with Krsna and also as a part of […]