To commemorate the 99th birthday of His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj, children and teenagers of the Bal-Balika and Kishore-Kishori Mandals in Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Shepparton, Sydney) and New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch,  Hamilton, Wellington) participated in the ‘Race for Rajipo’ adhiveshan. 
Based on the 315 shloks (verses) of the Satsang Diksha, the adhiveshan consisted of memorizing shloks based on three challenge levels from which the youngsters chose to participate: the Vinu Challenge (memorize 1–50 shloks), the Keshav Challenge (1–95 shloks) and the Mahant Challenge (1–130 shloks). 
In total, 561 balaks and balikas and 275 kishores and kishoris took part. Participants were graded based on having memorized a certain percentage of their particular challenge. For each challenge level, the Gold Award required 90% or higher, Silver required 80–89% and Bronze required 70–79%.

Satsang Diksha Adhiveshan: Race for Rajipo, Phase 2

27–28 February 2021

Children and teenagers of the Bal-Balika and Kishore-Kishori Mandals in Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Shepparton, Sydney) and New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch,  Hamilton, Wellington) took part in the second phase of the ‘Race for Rajipo’ adhiveshan.
Based on the Satsang Diksha scripture, the adhiveshan was conducted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The adhiveshan requiured the participants to memorize shloks based on three challenge levels: the Vinu Challenge (131–180 shloks), Keshav Challenge (131–200 shloks) and Mahant Challenge (131–220 shloks).
A total of 345 balaks and balikas and 222 kishores and kishoris took part. Participants were graded based on having memorized a certain percentage of their particular challenge. For each challenge level, the Gold Award required 90% or higher, Silver required 80–89% and Bronze required 70–79%. A total of 208 participants received an award.
The third phase of the adhiveshan which will be held in May 2021.

Satsang Diksha Adhiveshan: Race for Rajipo, Phase 3

8-9 May 2021

Bal-Balika and Kishore-Kishori Mandals across Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Shepparton, Sydney) and New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Wellington) participated in the third and final part of the Race for Rajipo Adhiveshan, based on the Satsang Diksha scripture.
The adhiveshan was conducted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic and consisted of three challenges: the Vinu Challenge (221–276 shloks), the Keshav Challenge (221–296 shloks), and the Mahant Challenge (221–315 shloks).
In total, 325 balaks and balikas, and 167 kishores and kishoris participated, with 165 participants receiving an award for their achievement. The Gold Award required 90% or higher, Silver required 70% or higher and Bronze was 50% or higher.

 


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