Anugraha School: Vanamahotsava
On 5th July 6, 2017 Anugraha school, Halbarga celebrated the Vanamahotsava. Mr. Umakanth, the Deputy Range Forest Officer, Bhalki and Sr. Lovely DSS were the chief guests for the program. The school band welcomed them in a grand manner. A plant was planted symbolically to welcome the students to grow trees. Mr. Umakanth gave a wonderful message to the students with stories and many examples. Thereafter the students were distributed plants to grow as class wise. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal announced that the best grown tree would be given a best prize. Thus the program ended by planting the trees in the Anugraha Campus.
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Anugraha Ashram: Pastoral visitation and School Re-opening
On 11th and 12th of June, 2017, there was a pastoral visitation at Anugraha Ashram. Rt. Rev. Fr. Michael Miranda, the bishop of Gulbarga was welcomed to Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga. During his pastoral visitation he visited the Anugraha community, Sisters and parishioners. In his visit he highlighted the dire need of giving faith-formation to the people of this area. He also formally reopened the School that day. In his speech he said that education is a primary weapon to change the society, and Anugraha church school is on the verge of giving you all-round growth. He wished the students and staff all the best for the academic year 2017-18.
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The word “Anugraha” meaning divine blessing was adopted by the Capuchins of Karnataka Province when the Halbarga Mission area was handed over to them by the bishop of Mangalore Diocese Rt. Rev. Dr. Aloyisus Paul D’Souza in the year 2000. The Capuchins were the first men religious to step into Bidar Mission which was a part of Mangalore Diocese and wholly administered by the diocesan clergy and some women religious hailing from Mangalore. 8 read more..

Message from the Principal :

The child of today is the adult citizen of tomorrow. She/he has to be prepared for the responsibility and privileges of life. This preparation for the future is dynamic aspect of our life. The best preparation of the future is that the present possibilities should be realized, present potentialities are to be developed. Then they will be able to face the future situations and meet the future environment. The future is not isolated, it is continuous with the present. So, when the present potentialities are developed, the future is provided for. Life is continuously developing and best presentation for this can be achieved by making present experiences of the child as full as possible. The immense energy spent by the children at present should be properly channelized for constructive purpose.
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About the Board (CEB) :

The Motto of Capuchin Education Board (CEB) is: jnanenaiva vimuktih: "Indeed, Liberation is through enlightenment". As the temporal, mundane existence is characterized by the experience of bondage (samsara) ignorance (avidya) and pain (duhkha), the eminent sages and prophets have propagated means to alleviate oneself from tha above negative experiences of human existence, and fill life with hope and joy. The fullness of existence is characterised by Liberation attained through true knowledge, which is an experience of enlightenment.
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Bp. Robert Michael Miranda

Gulbarga Diocese

Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais

Fr. Alwyn John Dias

Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes,
 Treasurer, C E B

Fr. Richard Kadiwal
Anugraha School

Fr. George Monis
Founder & First Principal
Anugraha, School