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Navi Mumbai

Plot No 3-A,
Sector 30,
Near Vashi Railway Station,
Navi Mumbai - 400703
Phone: 9136664343
Email: info@bvbnmk.org

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is one of the premier and coveted educational institutions in India. It has its foundation from Kulapati Dr K M Munshi, a freedom fighter and Educational leader in 1938 with blessings from Mahatma Gandhi. The latest entrant in the family of BVB is its new generation Centre at Vashi. This Centre is poised to be the next generation entity of BVB catering to the cultural and Educational needs of Navi Mumbai and beyond. Besides educational activities, the Navi Mumbai Kendra will focus on Children Club, Yoga and Related Activities and a Cultural Club. The Centre is likely to become one of the hubs of education, spiritual, fine arts and cultural activities in the satellite city of Navi Mumbai

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Cyber Crime Workshop

Milind Bharambe, Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai inaugurated a five-day workshop on cyber crime prevention and detection in association with BVB K M Munshi Institute of Advanced Studies, Helik India and ISAKA at the Navi Mumbai Kendra on March 27, 2023.
Around 40 police personnel participated in the workshop. Dr. Rukmani Krishnamurthy, a globally-renowned forensic scientist was the main coordinator. Navi Mumbai chairperson M. N. Ramchandra and Honorary Secretary Harish Aiyer were present on the occasion.

Personality Development Workshop

An interesting and interactive Personality Development workshop was held by Rajshree Saxena, on March 25, 2023 at the Bhavan’s Navi Mumbai Kendra.
Fifteen children from Avalon Heights International, Goldcrest High, North Point, St Mary’s and other schools attended the programme. Stories, presentations and discussions, as well as interactive exchanges made the subject understandable for the children in the age-group of five to thirteen years.
This was followed by games like lagori conducted by Arti Kute of Masti ka Pitaara and Sunita Dhagat. Praptee Das Purkayastha and Leysha Saxena won in the game.


The Children’s Club organised an interesting workshop by Nayana Bhat, educator and senior teacher called ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’. She spoke on respecting elders, being self-sufficient, avoiding addiction to TV, mobile or iPad, having discipline in life and other topics. It was an interactive session. This was followed by a lively Treasure Hunt where riddles and clues were given for the children to find the treasure. One-minute games were also conducted in which the children participated enthusiastically.

Satsang on Indian Culture

The audience listened in rapt silence as Urmila Shrikant Tabib, Vivekanand Kendra, Kanyakumari kaaryakarta traced the origin and history of Indian culture through centuries. She was speaking at the monthly Satsang organised by the Kendra on February 10, 2023. Her speech, laced with quotations, stories and shlokas, encouraged the audience to think and reflect.
Dr. Vandana Mahajani and Pradnya Lalingkar sang beautiful bhajans. The Satsang ended with aarti.

Annual Day Celebrations

The children performed prayers, dances, songs, shlokas, karate, poems in Hindi, English and Marathi, Kabir’s dohe, and a Taekwondo demo on the occasion of the second annual day of Bhavan’s Children’s Club.
The annual day also had an exhibition of drawings, paintings, projects and crafts created by the members. Chief Guests Shri Nandlal Rajpal and Shashi Rajpal, Shri K L Khanna and Sudesh Khanna graced the occasion along with other distinguished guests. Smt Shashi Rajpal and Smt Sudesh Khanna inaugurated the exhibition which had the exhibits from 18 children.
Judges and those who conducted workshops were honoured on the occasion and prizes were given away to the winners.