About Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Bharatiay Vidya Bhavan founded with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi, was set up by Dr. Kanailal Manaiklal Munshi in 1938, giving form and reality to vision for the cultural and spiritual regeneration of India. He conceived it as an "Adventure in Faith": a journey he undertook with his resilient faith in India's past, present and future. 'Dharma'-for him unfolded its three aspects of truith, love and beauty: Satyam - Shivam - Sundaram and he laid foundations under this dream with dedication and self - discipline.
From this begining arose the strength of a pan - Indian intellectual, cultural and educational movement with emerged as the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Today its 119 Kendras (Centres) in India, 8 abroad and 367 constituent institutions stand as a tribute to the visionary zeal of one man who kenw how to translate his dream into reality. Its dedicated services have brought to it recognition as an "Educational Institution of National Eminence", and the "International Gandhi Peace Prize".
Bhavan's pioneering efforts in the field of education focus particularly on building a bridge between the current education system and what society actually needs, keeping in steps with the objectives envisioned by Dr. Munshi. Its various academic and professional courses are also tailored to suit the evolving requirements of the times, while ensuring that there is always an undercurrent relating to value based education and the cultural heritage of Bharat. Every generation that passes through the portals of the Bhavan Carries the breeze of yesterday into the winds of tomorrow.
With its belief in the continuous enrichment of individuals and groups through education, the Bhavan provides avenues for this to all those desirous of updating their knowledge and professional skills. Its doors open to children, students, graduates, postgraduate's executives, working people, home-maker and senior citizens with opportunities to develop themselves and their horizons.