Vedic Memory Lab Inaugurated in KiiT International School
The laboratory is the first of its kind in the country
Bhubaneswar: A Vedic Memory Lab was inaugurated today in KiiT International School here. The laboratory can be instrumental for the overall development of children through proper integration of right food, memory techniques, and Shree Vidya meditation.
Vedic Memory Lab was inaugurated by Lokendra Bahadur Chand, former Prime Minister of Nepal. The lab is first of its kind in India.
Inaugurating the lab Shri Chand said, “In the Vedic age there were no written documents. There were Shruti Shastras. That means people memorized everything after listening to it from others. Hence, in the Vedic age books were written in poetry form, as it was easy to memorize.”
“We are in a process to create perfect men and a perfect society. Vedic Memory Techniques are thousands of years old. Back then, there were specific techniques to memorize everything,” he added.
Vedic Memory Lab is an initiative of Shree Marg Trust. Its chief facilitator is His Holiness Shree Divyanandaji, Master trainer of Shree Vidya.
His follower Virendra Mehta holds the reputation of the world record for memorizing the oxford advanced dictionary.
Celebrity food consultant Neetha will be integrating the right nutrition needs for the overall development of the kids in this lab.
Vedic Memory Lab equips students in the art of Shree Vidya, Vedic Memory, Mind Power and art of visualization, the art of imagination and many more.
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Being equipped with these powers students can recognize their hidden powers and potentials and bring back the glory of the country. This is the sole aim of the Vedic Lab. The lab will empower students of the 21st century. They will be trained to enhance their memory and manage stress.
Among others, Saswati Bal, President, KIIT & KISS; Virendra Mehta, eminent Vedic Memory trainer; Dr. Mona Lisa Bal, Chairperson, KiiT International School, and Dr. Sanjay Suar, Principal KiiT International School were present on the occasion.