"Academic achievement and Creative Blossoming of a child should not be at war.. At Aravinda they go Hand in Hand…"

Philosophy of the Aravinda

Mr. Chaganti Venkata Reddy, an innocent peasant of Kunchanapalli village was very much interested to get his children educated and so he had to take a lot of troubles to send them to nearby schools where there was neither transport facility nor adequate number of schools in rural areas. Intuitively he felt the potentialities of the rural children and decided to start a school of his own on his own farm which extended to five acres of area. Agricultural cultivation on one hand and educational cultivation on the other hand was going on hand in hand. Many teachers voluntarily lent their helping hand to upgrade the school.

Traditional assemblies are replaced by creative assemblies. Children in groups present different items like songs, story reading, riddles, news, poem recitation, drama etc.

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