With a view to develop the virtues, character and patriotism in the young generation, Gurudev H. H. Shastriji Maharaj, by synthesizing the ideals of our ancient culture with modern education, established Gurukul. Today with its 25 branches spread in this country and abroad, run by dedicated saints, are engaged in creating true citizens by imparting virtue based best education with following features.
The divine, serene & eco-friendly campus of Gurukul with modern facilities.
Interactive smart classrooms with gigs of digital content.
State-of-the-art laboratories for science, information technology and English language
Good library for the development of general knowledge.
Imparting true education of self-reliance through service, hard work and self discipline.
Sprawling grounds for sports
Providing pious, tasteful and nutrition food as ‘Prasad’ of the God.
Brilliant results due to guidance and proper planning of the holy saints and well qualified and excellent team of teachers.
Brilliant achievements in the field of cultural and sports competitions at the district and state levels.
We focus on the values of discipline, general etiquette, human values, aesthetic sense, an appreciation and love of nature and an understanding of the power of prayer.
- Day School
- School provides transportation
- LKG to XII
- CBSE, ICSE & IGCSE Board
- English Medium
- Day School
- Co-ed School
- Grades: LKG, 1-12
- School Day: Monday - Saturday
- Timing: 10am - 5pm
- Gender: Co-Educational
- Religion: All
- Curriculum: Indian(CBSE)
- Language: English
School is equipped with 20 × 25 sized fully ventilated classrooms with a maximum strength of 35 students each, thereby making the classroom interaction more zealous.
SGIS is equipped with 4 Audio Visual Halls. Once a student has completed his lecture in class, he then comes to AV Halls where he studies the same concepts, on a projector screen. We have a vast AV Collections of CDs for every chapter of each subject. All the concepts are clear by now and the child is ready to perform his experiments on it.
Science Laboratories viz. Physics, Chemistry and Biology, are all well-equipped with all the necessary tools, chemicals, instruments. CBSE, SSC and BIE have their separate standard of Experiments which are observed in these laboratories.
In addition to the Laboratories of Science, a child needs to even imagine the crisscross and mazy 3D diagrams of Mathematics. Practical representation of math elaborates the subject and print geometrical concept into their little brains.
Extra Curricular Activities
Cultural Development Dance, Drama and Pyramids
Mental Development Yoga and Meditation
Intellectual Development Competitions, Clubs and Debates
Patriotic Development Dedication and Sacrifice
Invoke the Talents, Time the Instincts, Shape the body and Free the mind
Bhagwan Swaminarayan (April 2, 1781 – 1830) was born to a samvedi brahmin family in the village of Chhapaiya, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father’s name was Dharmadev and his mother’s name was Bhaktimata. After serving his parents, he left home at the age of 11 to travel over 8,000 miles throughout India on a holy pilgrimage for 7 years, 1 month, and 11 days. During his travels, Ghanshyam was given the name Neelkanth Varni for his fearless acts against nature’s most ferocious animals. He eventually settled in Gujarat.
At age 21, he established Swaminarayan Sampraday, with the blessings of his Guru Sadguru Ramanand Swami. He initiated more than 1500 saints to spread the pious Sampraday. To achieve ultimate redemption he taught the “Swaminarayan” mahamantra.
To preserve the purity in the religion, he devised five basic Codes of Conducts for Haribhakt (Devotee) like not to steal, not to eat meat, not to drink, not to commit adultery, not to follow impurity and for Tyagi (Saints) like, Nishkam (Lust-less), Nirlobh (Greed-less), Nissenh (Attachment-less), Nisswad (Taste-less) and Nirman (Ego-less).
He established beautiful temples at Ahmedabad, Bhuj, Vadtal, Dholera, Junagadh, Gadhpur for Upasana – worshipping God in all His greatness & glory and Bhakti – Devotion. With all these, he gave a small but huge Code of Conducts with only 212 verses, The Shikshapatri. And the nectar of spiritual discourses performed by Bhagwan Swaminarayan, The Vachnamrutam.
Thus, in a short span of 49 years He revived Hinduism, glorified spiritual values and founded the Swaminarayan Faith and left for His Divine Abode, Akshardham.