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Summer Youth Camp 2015 at Radha Madhav Dham: Join this Extraordinary Family Camp from Jun 27 to July 11, 2015

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AUSTIN,TX: Radha Madhav Dham’s 2015 Summer Family Camp is approaching fast. More than 250 families from all over the country and even world, come to this idyllic and scenic ashram situated in the Hill Country of Austin Texas, to attend this family camp.  Many kids, instead of going to soccer camp, sleep-away camp, traveling or playing video games choose to come here sometimes forcing their parents to make this happen!  What is so extraordinary about this camp that makes kids want to come back again and again to a camp organized by a temple? Kids have more fun than they can imagine, an extraordinary kind of fun that they don’t expect – and, its not just because of activities organized at camp its because of everything they gain when they are here….  they never want to leave this place once they get here.

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The two weeks spent at the camp gives youth a deeper sense of their own self, they understand their roots, their culture & heritage and start feeling a sense of pride and confidence in who they are, an Indian and a Hindu.  It bonds them with the temple community since this place lets them be who they are – they don’t have to pretend, they can just be!  They also have fun being together with so many other like-minded kids, the bonding among them becomes special… they recognize these kids as heir own brother and sisters they can count on in their lives which they know is not possible in the external world.

Adults participate in their own way, with people of their own ages in interactive sessions with preachers, workshopping the difficulties they have in raising children as Hindus in a Western world, challenges in understanding Hinduism or learning how to develop their own spiritual practice.  They get an opportunity to do their own electives – learning to play musical instruments, learning to chant and listening to spiritual discourses. The best part for them is that they don’t have to worry about taking care of their kids… they can spend the entire time on their own self – learning, developing and having fun. It’s a preciously sweet time for everyone there… and truly an inspiring thing to see.

There is an incredible community of devoted volunteers, teachers and staff who put together a truly memorable experience for children of all ages and in parallel for participating adults.   Your family will have the opportunity to:
Learn about Hinduism through interactive discussions, debates & fun learning sessions. It will clarify your questions on Hinduism
Explore the wonders of Indian culture by participating in your choice of electives such as dance, music, harmonium, dholak, stage performances, prasad making, philosophy, debate & logic, robotics, special projects
Make lifelong friends with other children who share similar interests and create lifetime bonds so they can become your devotional support
Have their spiritual questions answered by the Camp’s experienced teachers so you can build an understanding of your Hindu heritage.
Build a relationship with God by learning simple, practical and easy ways to build a sweet devotional relationship with and come close to God

“I’ve been going to family camp for a long time, and if there is one thing I know, it’s that it gets better with each year, you create connection with them that lasts a lifetime. The bonds that are forged over the course of the camp are unlike anything else” says Vyasar a long time camp attendee who has this year chosen to take on the responsibility of running the camp and inspire other kids.

Your family too can immerse in learning about the wonders of Indian culture, heritage and spirituality by attending this extraordinary Hindu Family Camp at Radha Madhav Dham.  Just come and experience it for yourself.

Experience the joy of home at Radha Madhav Dham. Register today. Registration for the Camp is free. Book your overnight accommodations by visiting www.radhamadhavdham.org or calling 512-288-7180.

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