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Vivekananda
The school house Vivekananda is named after the philosopher, thinker and spiritualist, Swami Vivekananda, who introduced eastern thought at the World's Parliament of Religions.

The spiral represents the unravelling mysteries of life. It is also a symbol of concentration and intuition. Lives of great men inspire us to think deeper and achieve supreme happiness.

 
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Kalidasa
The school house Kalidasa has been named after one of the most celebrated Sanskrit writers whose play Abhijnanashakuntalam, was among the first Sanskrit works to be translated into English.

The lotus symbolises the essence of ancient poetic expressions. The five petals are the five elements of nature that synchronise with the five senses of a human being.

 

 
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Chanakya
The school house Chanakya is named after the famous economic and political strategist whose work, Arthashastra, is relevant even today.

The eye is a symbol of great vision in order to manifest our full potential. It also represents wisdom and alertness which influences all actions leading to holistic success.

 
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Aryabhatta
The school house Aryabhatta is named after India's most famous mathematician who pioneered the Hindu-Arabic number system which has become universal.

The sun is a symbol of supreme knowledge, warmth of love and tireless service. May the sun always guide our actions and shine through the storms of our heart. Science and spirituality must blend together to bring prosperity and peace.