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Harshit Aggarwal Of Class XII Won International Commerce Olympiad, 2016

Harshit Aggarwal Of Class XII Won International Commerce Olympiad, 2016

Challenging almost 32000 contestants from 5 differ...

Poorva Rohilla Of Class XII Won 2nd Korea India Friendship Quiz Competition 2017

Poorva Rohilla Of Class XII Won 2nd Korea India Friendship Quiz Competition 2017

With over 16,000 students participating from over ...

R. D. Rajpal School Student Wins Laurels At SGFI, Jammu & Kashmir

R. D. Rajpal School Student Wins Laurels At SGFI, Jammu & Kashmir

It was a proud moment for R. D. Rajpal School, Dwa...

Child Prodigy Of R. D. Rajpal School On A Winning Spree

Child Prodigy Of R. D. Rajpal School On A Winning Spree

Kaushiki Sharma of class VI is a wonder girl, lite...

Visit To National Agricultural Science Museum

Visit To National Agricultural Science Museum

Eighty students along with three teachers visited ...

Life Skill Enhancement Programme At R. D. Rajpal School

Life Skill Enhancement Programme At R. D. Rajpal School

Skills of analyzing real life examples were promot...

Congratulations To Merit Certificate Winners !!

Congratulations To Merit Certificate Winners !!

Congratulations to Merit Certificate winners. We a...

Visit To The Rashtrapati Bhawan

Visit To The Rashtrapati Bhawan

Group of students along with teachers visited the ...

Road Safety Debate And Quiz Competition

Road Safety Debate And Quiz Competition

In the prestigious debate and quiz competition org...

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"asato ma sadgamaya
tamaso ma jyotirgamaya
mrityorma amritam gamaya"

Lead me from the asat to the sat.
Lead me from darkness to light.
Lead me from death to immortality.

(Brhadaranyaka Upanishad — I.iii.28)

This prayer proclaims the seeker’s admission of his sense of limitedness. It is not a prayer for the things of the world - food, shelter, health, partnership, riches, success, fame, glory or even for heaven. One who recites these three mantras has realized that such things are full of holes, and even in abundance, will forever leave him wanting. The essence of each of these three mantras is the same: "O, Guru, help me free myself from my sundry misunderstandings regarding myself, the universe and God and bless me with true knowledge."

The Tree of Life symbolizes wisdom, protection, strength, bounty, beauty, and redemption. This tree is symbolic of the Creator as it sustains creation with its abundant fruit, protection and regeneration. The Tree also represents humans as we too develop roots, strengthen our trunk and branch out to a wider vision of life as we grow.

The Sun represents head, body, soul, intelligence, will power, clarity, self-realization, and good health as life-centre.

Birds represent strength, love, wisdom and soul, flying free of the earth-bound body and seeking the freedom of the sky.