Events

Onam 2019

Thiruonam was celebrated in the morning assembly by Std - IX. Students dressed up in traditional Kerala dress, made a flower rangoli and recited songs in Malayalam praising King Mahabali on his arrival. Std IX class teacher Smt.Reeta and our principal Smt.Srividya Balaji addressed the students explained significance of celebrating Onam festival.

Drug Demand Reduction

Drug Demand Reduction program was conducted by Smt.Shanthi Krishnamoorthy, Director of CCMT Education Cell for the children of Std 8 to 10. This awareness program is done in collaboration with Ministry of Social Justice. The program was also attended by the CORD staff and Village Volunteer Resource Persons from the nearby villages served by CORD. Students were given a questionnaire which made them think about the ill effects of drugs and their level of knowledge on the effects of drugs in personal and social life. Supported by Power point presentation and videos, Smt.Shanthi ji made the children aware of evil situations being faced by people in the society due to drugs.

Krishna Janmashtami

"Shri Krishna Kanhaiya Lal Ki…..Jaiiii !!!" Reverberated all over Chinmaya Sarveshwara ashram for the whole day on the occasion of Gokulashtami Celebrations by Harihara Vidalaya Children. All children came in traditional clothes and celebrated the birth of Lord Krishna in their own way. Children from Std 10, conducted Uri Adi (Dahi handi utsav) for classes 5 & 6. Std 9 children decorated a palenquin for the blue boy. Students of Std 6, 7 & 8 took part in Rangoli competition and madethe floor colourful with various lilas of Krishna. Finally the procession took off with KG children dressed up and arrayed as Krishna and Radha. Children sang and danced all the way in mirth. The program concluded with Puja and Mangala Arati.

Rakshabandan

Rakshabandan was celebrated by children from Std 7 to 10 at Chinmaya Arangam. Rakhi and gift making activity was conducted as part of CCA. Smt. Priya amma educated the children on the significance of this festival and familiarized them with the customs and rituals of Raksha Bandhan. Girls tied rakhi on the wrist of boys and boys in turn offered gifts of love to their sisters.

Independence Day

Harihara Vidyalaya celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervor on Aug 15, 2019. K.G.Rajendran, Sub-Inspector of Police, Vengal Police Station hoisted the Tricolour and addressed the children on duties and responsibilities of students with particular focus on discipline. The celebration consisted of special cultural program with Bhajans, Dance and Elocution on life incidents of freedom fighters. Sri.Jayavel, Inspector f Police, Vengal Police Station attended the program and insisted the children to have a goal and work tirelessly to achieve their goal.

Aaradhana Day

Pujya Gurudev's 26th Chinmaya Aaaradhana Day was observed as SEVA DAY by the children of Harihara Vidyalaya. Students, teachers and other staff members participated in the devotional pooja and cultural program. The function was presided by Swami Sureshananda ji and our correspondent Smt Priya Arunachalam who spoke on Gurudev's Grace and compassion. Students of Std 8, 9 & 10 offered their worship by cleaning Shri Vaasheeswarar Temple, 2000 year old Siva temple in Thirupachur. Around 35 students from Std 6 to 9 taught Yoga to 250 government school children in nearby villages like Aathupakkam, Ariyapakkam, Guruvoyal and Arikambedu and thus paid homage to Pujya Gurudev.

Teachers Orientation Program - Uthandi

A two-day teachers’ empowerment program was conducted by Smt Priya and Sri Arunachalam for HHV and CV Mandakolathur teachers at Uthandi. Topics covered were identifying potential, overcoming obstacles in performance, time management & organizational skills, team building, leadership, CVP based lesson plan, cultural transformation and subject-wise activity planner, etc.

Yoga Day 2019

Yoga is not just a vogue, it is our cultural heritage and our hope for healthy living. To mark this International yoga day (June 21, 2019), Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development (CORD) and Harihara Vidyalaya (HHV) made a joint venture to spread yoga awareness to Government school children and village women in 6 villages. 30 Harihara Vidyalaya children were trained in 15 yogasanas, breathing techniques and joint exercises. These trained children were made into 6 groups and sent to 6 villages where they inturn taught yoga to more than 300 Govt school children in the morning and to about 150 village women in the evening. The motive is to repeatedly emphasize regular yoga practice in these places. Special thanks to Nithyan, a chykster, yuvaveer and also the proprietor of Trupti Yoga academy who trained the children.

Investiture Ceremony

Investiture ceremony was held on 29th June, 2019 to give official recognition to the School Pupil Leader, Asst. School Pupil Leader and the house captains of four houses namely Mrityunjaya, Digambara, Mahadeva and Athirudhra. The leaders took oath to carry out their roles and responsibilities without favor or ill will. Sri.Amutharasan, Principal of SAMS College of Engineering and Technology gave the official recognition to the leaders.

Teachers Orientation Program

A two-day teachers’ empowerment program was conducted by Smt Priya and Sri Arunachalam for HHV and CV Mandakolathur teachers at Uthandi. Topics covered were identifying potential, overcoming obstacles in performance, time management & organizational skills, team building, leadership, CVP based lesson plan, cultural transformation and subject-wise activity planner, etc.

Guru Poornima

Sri Veda-Vyasa has done unforgettable service to all humanity for all time by editing the four Vedas, writing the eighteen Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Bhagavata. We can attempt to repay this deep debt of gratitude we owe him only by constant study of his works and practice of his teachings. In honour of this divine personage, Harihara Celebrates Vyasa Puja (Guru Poornima) every year on the full moon day of tamil month Adi. Here are the glimpse of the celebration.