Havan and a talk on Evolution of Temples held at MCM

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Chandigarh

1 April 2017

DIVYA AZAD

The Arya Yuvti Samaj of MCM DAV College for Women organised a Havan here today under the aegis of the Arya Samaj Committee of the college. Havan was organised as a part of the monthly activity of the Arya Yuvti Samaj which works towards promoting and upholding Indian Vedic Sanskriti among the youth through it’s various programmes. The spiritually cleansing ritual of havan was followed by Declamation competition on the theme ‘Value of Ethics in Life’ where the participants presented enriching viewpoints on the importance of ethics from the point of personal, social and spiritual development. Kajal Dubey (B.Com.I) won the first prize in the competition, Preeti (BAI) stood second and Neha was adjudged third.

In another event, the Department of History of MCM DAV College for Women organised a talk on ‘Evolution of Temples’ by Dr.Renu Thakur,  Associate Professor, Department of History, PU. The talk aimed to reinforce the importance of archeological sources in studying the various aspects of Ancient Indian History. In her highly informational talk, Dr. Renu traced the evolution of temples in India right from tree worship to open air temples to huge, majestic temples.

Underlining the emphasis laid on the holistic development of the students at MCM through a unique amalgamation of world-class education and inculcation of values, MCM Principal Dr.Nisha Bhargava said that such activities are designed to nurture women achievers who have a strong value system.

The Arya Yuvti Samaj of MCM DAV College for Women organised a Havan here today under the aegis of the Arya Samaj Committee of the college. Havan was organised as a part of the monthly activity of the Arya Yuvti Samaj which works towards promoting and upholding Indian Vedic Sanskriti among the youth through it’s various programmes. The spiritually cleansing ritual of havan was followed by Declamation competition on the theme ‘Value of Ethics in Life’ where the participants presented enriching viewpoints on the importance of ethics from the point of personal, social and spiritual development. Kajal Dubey (B.Com.I) won the first prize in the competition, Preeti (BAI) stood second and Neha was adjudged third.

In another event, the Department of History of MCM DAV College for Women organised a talk on ‘Evolution of Temples’ by Dr.Renu Thakur,  Associate Professor, Department of History, PU. The talk aimed to reinforce the importance of archeological sources in studying the various aspects of Ancient Indian History. In her highly informational talk, Dr.Renu traced the evolution of temples in India right from tree worship to open air temples to huge, majestic temples.

Underlining the emphasis laid on the holistic development of the students at MCM through a unique amalgamation of world-class education and inculcation of values, MCM Principal Dr.Nisha Bhargava said that such activities are designed to nurture women achievers who have a strong value system.

 

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