Music and dance form a vital part of our curriculum at Sloka.
The Guru can also teach a Sloka or a bhajan on Ganesha or even tell a story.
They are also required to recite the Sloka on a daily basis for 48 days for good results.
Its longest version consists of over 100,000 Sloka or over 200,000 individual verse lines(each shloka is a couplet),
and long prose passages.
Sloka is part of an international educational system
that had begun almost a century ago when an Austrian by the name of Rudolf Steiner, laid the foundations for Waldorf education.
At Sloka, it is believed that as the children grow,
they will use their imagination and natural sense of wonder, nurtured in these early years, to cultivate inquisitiveness and a desire to learn and understand.
Each member can post any number of voice clips, but he or she has to wait for three members to post theirs or
can recite the Sloka after half-an-hour provided at least one
member recites the verse.