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Marathon, Basketball and Sports Events


Research suggests that sports can positively channel the energy of children. It can also provide development opportunities and promote the learning and application of life skills, such as adapting to every environment and developing team spirit.

In Gurukul, the students practice sports regularly and stay active and healthy. Involvement in sports activities helps them build a better immune system and improve their confidence levels.

Here in Gurukul, we choose one game every month, which the students practice for a month. At the end of the month, we have exhibition matches for all age groups, and the winning teams get awards. So, the students learn 8 to 10 games in a year, identify their talents, and choose their passions in life. 



14th March 2022 – On 13th March 2022, the Gurukulam organized Marathon for all students, teachers, and parents. All the students from pre-primary to Grade 10 participated in this event. There were four categories: The Matru-mandir children participated in the 1km Marathon race, and children from grades 5th and 6th participated in the 3km race. Children from grades 6 to 10 participated in the 5km race, and some junior boys and girls participated in the 10km race. The senior boys of grades 9th and 10th participated in the 21km race. The children were well prepared and trained by their coach, which made them very enthusiastic. All of them were highly charged up and excited for more such events. This Marathon event proved the stamina of each child and made them realize their capacity and challenge themselves. All the The Gurukulam events encourages children to be confident and doing experiments.


18th March 2022

on 17th March, Gurukulam organized a basketball match for 5th to 10th graders at Parvati basketball court, which started at 4:30 pm and lasted one and a half hours. There were three teams:

1) Junior Boys from Grades 5th to 7th led by Dhairya Sapariya of team Red and Saurabh Bhosle of Team Blue. 

2) The next category was girls from Grades 5th to 10th, led by Diya Pamnani of team New Yorkers and Filita Alberto of team Los Angeles. 

3) The Senior Boys' team was from Grades 8th to 10th, led by Arnav Sawant of team Blue and Shantanu Pawar of team Black. 

In the Junior Boys' match, the Red team won by 12: 2. The Los Angeles girls' team won by 6 : 0. The Senior boys' Blue team won the match by 6: 2. The competition was breathtaking, and all the children participated with full enthusiasm. These matches were great learning, as shared by the students of Gurukulam.