Geeta Shodh Sansthan to begin Rasleela Certificate Course

2023.06.28 (Vrindavan Today News): Geeta Shodh Sansthan, an institute under the Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad (UPBTVP) in Vrindavan, is set to launch a Rasleela training certificate course. Alongside this initiative, research on the Gita will also be conducted.

To facilitate this endeavor, Geeta Shodh Sansthan has partnered with Bhatkhande Sanskriti University in Lucknow and Bhakti Vedanta Research Institute in Pune.

Geeta Shodh Sansthan, established by the Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad, is dedicated to promoting and preserving the cultural heritage of Braj. The institute aims to conduct various training programs centered on the rich culture of Braj. As part of this effort, Geeta Shodh Sansthan has initiated the process of collaborating with Lucknow-based Bhatkhande Sanskriti University.


The agreement between Geeta Shodh Sansthan and Bhatkhande Sanskriti University entails providing educational certification for the Rasleela training program. The agreement was signed by Dr. Srishti, the Registrar of Bhatkhande Sanskriti University, and Nagendra Pratap, the CEO of Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad. Furthermore, Geeta Shodh Sansthan has also partnered with Bhakti Vedanta Research Institute in Pune.

Under this partnership, both institutes will work towards promoting the Gita and initiate an educational program for Gita research. The signing ceremony was attended by Dr. Seema Bhardwaj, Head of the Kathak Department at Bhatkhande Sanskriti University, Dr. Gyanendra Vajpayee, Head of the Music Department, Dr. Umesh Chandra Sharma, Braj Culture Advisor from Geeta Shodh Sansthan, and Coordinator Chandra Pratap Singh Sikarwar.

Geeta Shodh Sansthan is actively pursuing collaborations with various institutions to implement programs related to Braj culture. Contracts have already been signed with Bhatkhande Sanskriti University and Bhakti Vedanta Research Institute. The Rasleela certificate course will commence shortly, marking another significant step towards preserving and promoting the cultural heritage of Braj.

Nagendra Pratap, CEO of Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad (UPBTVP), expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming programs and emphasized the organization’s commitment to the development of Braj culture.

With these initiatives in place, enthusiasts and researchers will have the opportunity to delve into the captivating world of Rasleela and contribute to the scholarly exploration of the Gita.

This article sponsored by the Pineridge Hotel, Darjileeng

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