Bal-Mukund – At a Glance

Bal-Mukund is a specially designed personality development program for children, envisioned by Swami Mukundananda and lovingly inaugurated by Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. Time spent in inculcating noble values steeped in Vedic culture in our children is an investment into the future. It is the finest gift of love from parents to their children.   Bal-Mukund endeavors to:

  • Educate young minds in the knowledge of Vedic wisdom, to lead a virtuous life.
  • Enthuse the spirit of giving with a service attitude.
  • Encourage problem solving with courage, confidence and faith.
  • Entertain creativity, expand power of concentration and focus.
  • Elevate young minds to higher levels of consciousness, and fill their hearts with love and reverence for God.

Bal-Mukund activities include character building, language classes, stories and discussions, famous verses, kirtans, yoga, pranayam, meditation for children, games, arts and crafts.

Kripalu Values

These set of KRIPALU values will teach children to be heroic from within & instill nobleness in in their thought, word and deed.

  • K – Kindness
  • R – Respect
  • I -  Integrity
  • P – Perseverance
  • A – Accountability
  • L -  Love
  • U – Unassuming

Shree Maharajji’s belief that, “The foundation of a great personality and a pure life is laid by the training received during childhood itself.Hence, the greatest gift of love that the parents can give to their children, is to help them develop divine qualities,” is the guiding light that provides direction to all our Bal-Mukund centers.

- Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj

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Our 2014-2015 sessions are about to begin! Come Join us on an adventurous, Fun Filled Journey in to the Land of Vedantic Wisdom !!

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JKYog is proud to announce the start of “Chhote Philosopher Contest 2014” for children residing in US between the ages of 8 to15 yrs!

Mentor Speaks


Loving parents and teachers teach their children to dream with their eyes open, of a noble and fulfilling life. They fill their hearts with lofty ideals and inspiring thoughts, and then fondly watch as their wards strive to attain the goals that have been mapped in them in their childhood.

Swami Mukundananda