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Aarti Ramani is one of the teachers handling Vedic Heritage classes at YICG (Young Indian Culture Group, Inc.), NYC. The classes are directed at the Long Island and Queens communities in New York. The Vedas are the earliest Scriptures in the world and incorporate values such as love, integrity, vigor, courage, self-discipline and virtue that are necessary for universal living. Education in Vedic culture and tradition can help to improve morals and develop a whole new outlook on life.
About Our Tutor: Aarti Ramani
Aarti Ramani is a former student of YICG. Her association with YICG runs close to ten years. She began as a student and then took time off to take on the position of a teacher’s assistant. Finally, she became teacher of Vedic classes for children in the third and fourth grade. Aarti is currently a senior majoring in English at the Stony Brook University. She plans to go to law school in Florida and take up studies in criminal defense.
Organized, Informative, and Fun Classes
The curriculum for the wide-ranging Vedic Heritage classes is based on the "Vedic Heritage Teaching Program" introduced by Arsha Vidya Gurukulam. This is an extensive program of 10 years duration. The program covers the Ramayana, Bhagavata Purana, Mahabharata, Isvara and religious disciplines, the Upanishads, Gods & Goddesses, Bhagavad Gita, Vedic knowledge, culture, and values.
By way of the Vedic Heritage classes, Aarti Ramani endeavors to pass on aspects of Vedic culture, Indian heritage, and the Indian religious way of life in an organized, informative, and fun classroom setting. She adopts teaching methods such as story-telling and shlokams.
Contact Us for More Information
To learn more about the Vedic Heritage classes taught by Aarti Ramani or to register for these classes, dial 1-516-739-1575 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.