Genesis of Abhyasa
Declared Sri Krishna - 9th stanza - 12th chapter
Bhagawad Gita in 3,500 B.C.
Abhyasa means Practice (in Sanskrit) and the School has adopted as its motto, “Perfection through Practice” - drawing inspiration from ‘Abhyasa Yoga’ as enunciated in the Bhagawad Gita by Lord Sri Krishna 5,500 years ago. Centuries later, Abhyasa is still relevant as a humble participant in the Global Mission of Human Transformation initiated by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
To develop the core competencies of Confidence, Creativity and Character among children while making them relate to the universal consciousness, so that they work to create a Collective Global Community of Long-lasting Love, Peace and Prosperity on Earth and recreate the Glory of Bharat (India) and materialize her eternal vision of:
“Lokaah Samasthaah Sukhino Bhavanthu...
...May all the worlds be Happy at all times”
- is verily the Vision of Abhyasa School !
To establish a one-of-its-kind Public School based on Indian Culture and Gurukul Ethos, for Girls and
Boys from all over the world, to realize their physical, intellectual, social, psychic, spiritual potential
for their balanced, all-round development.
To provide a healthy environment with a globally up-to-the minute curriculum, through state-of-the-art technology. To equip students with knowledge and skills in various fields, to develop their intellect, creativity, balance their emotions with human values and a holistic vision of life.
To enable children to co-exist consciously with Society and Nature, adapt harmoniously to changes and challenges in life, so that they succeed professionally and are empowered for collective leadership. As world citizens, they would uplift others - physically and metaphysically.