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Meets in and around New Delhi

Invitation to a talk by P. Jayesh Narasimhulu on 23rd March’14: Why is Waldorf Education increasingly relevant in today’s environment for parents, teachers and students.

“A brief outline from KG – Grade 12 with a focus on Landscape Education for Grades 9-12.”

Dear Friends,We invite you for a talk by P. Jayesh Narasimhulu on 23rd March’2014….

There will be an interactive session on an experiential inner and outer learning process for parents / teachers / educators and others interested in building a learning / living environments for the student/oneself and the community.This will be a two hour session with a break for tea in the middle. Student Main lesson books from High School covering topics such as Trigonometry, Cartography , Surveying , Sequences and Numbers, Oceanography, History of Art , Modern Art , Architecture and High school student reports will be displayed , along with other related Waldorf journals.

The talk and interactive session will involve a power point presentation with photos and slides of various landscape camps / main lessons in India and overseas from 2006 onwards.

More about Jayesh on : on .

Kindly confirm your registration on 9971968969, 9560060441

Thank you,

Aarambh Family
Aarambh Workshop 23 March 2014 with Mr Jayesh

Upcoming Aarambh Meet on 25th Jan’14

Dear Friends,

We are organizing meet up on 25th January’2014 at Saket, New Delhi.


We have brought our children on this earth, it is our conscious responsibility to:

*Raise them NATURALLY in this beautiful world,
*Letting them enjoy their childhood,
*Teaching them in a way that they wish and enjoy to learn lifelong
*Helping them to grow as responsible, independent adults and willing to help the society.

Time : 10:00 AM

Who can attend: All parents, grand-parents, care-givers, teachers or anyone interested to know more about child development is welcome to attend.

Kindly confirm your participation on 9560060441 (1 pm to 6 pm IST) or Contact Us

Thank you,

The Waldorf Difference