SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL TRIP IN RAJGARH SIRMOUR

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The term “Bodhisatta” was used by the Buddha in the Pāli standard to refer to himself both in his preceding lives and as a young man in his existing life, former to his enlightenment, in the time during which he was working towards his own liberation. When, during his discourses, he recounts his experiences as a young hopeful, he habitually uses the phrase “When I was an unenlightened bodhisatta…” The term therefore connotes a being that is “bound for enlightenment”,

The term “Bodhisatta” was used by the Buddha in the Pāli standard to refer to himself both in his preceding lives and as a young man in his existing life, former to his enlightenment, in the time during which he was working towards his own liberation. When, during his discourses, he recounts his experiences as a young hopeful, he habitually uses the phrase “When I was an unenlightened bodhisatta…” The term therefore connotes a being that is “bound for enlightenment”,
Camp Bodhisatva “the perfect place to rest in the lap of Mother Nature” A commendable commission really, preferred by mystic and philosophers back the times. In point of fact from the time one step into the Camp Bodhisatva, one can experience the Mother Nature at its best. At the Camp Bhodisatva the nature is so magnificent that even the time stops at here to gaze at the exquisiteness of the Gods own Creation, and the sole is of course haggard towards quite likeness and introspection.
Nested in the fruit coppice at Haloni, Rajgarh, Camp Bodhi Satva, offer you the opportunity to experience the flora in its serene state. A small patch of orchard where one can have a lot to travel around. The painstaking hike of the Churadhar peak (12000-Feet) invite you to ordeal your physical robustness; on the other hand one can choose to lighten up at the camp wavering on the Hammock. Or if one can please him lazing around in the sun by the diminutive waterway, or want to infrequent rinse in the river, can choose his way. Camp Bodhi Satva, where, there is just no end to what you can do and what more to explore.
Trekking, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Bonfires, Jungle Walks, Cultural Sightseeing, interface with the local community, River Crossing, Waterfalls, Mountain Biking, Bird watching, Team Building Game, Out Door Survival Skills and lot more. With a camp that offers so much you almost certainly can squander a whole month of a holiday.
The two persistent streams in the region of the camp are a godsend to the natural exquisiteness of the place. The slender valley in the region of the camp domino effect in cold breeze around the camp at all times. And the copse of Deodar trees in the region of the camp helps uphold the temperature in the region of the camp at an adequate high at the hottest of all times.
Its place that can let you be, make you see, let you indulge and be high on life at all times. The perfect destination for your BodhiSatva.

 

Day 1: Rolling for Rajgarh

06:00 pm:            Assemble at the School

06:15 pm:            Wheels Rolling for Rajgarh (Himachal Pradesh)

 

Day 2: Camp Bodhisatva

08:00 am:             Arrive Camp BodhiSatva. On arrival their will be a brief introduction of camp staff and                                 instructors followed by allocation of accommodation. Group divisions into teams for                                      the activities

08:30 am:             Breakfast at the Camp. And rest for a while.

10:00 pm:            Teams assemble at the Camp for afternoon session of activities in team

Team 1 – Rock Climbing and Rappelling

Team 2 – River Crossing

02:30 pm:            Assemble for lunch at the Camp

03:30 pm:            Outdoor Survival Skills

05:30 pm:            Teams assemble at the camp for evening tea and cookies

06:00 pm:            Teambuilding games

Team 1 – Spiders Web

Team 2 – The Great Indian Rope Trick

07:00 pm:            Silence hour and diary time

07:30 pm:            Bonfire and games

09:00 pm:            Dinner

10:00 pm:            Stargazing.

10:30 pm:            Lights off (overnight at the Camp BodhiSatva)

 

Day 3: Camp BodhiSatva

 

06:00 am:             Wake up call

07:00 am:             Breakfast at the dining area

08:00 am:             Half day trek Bhuira Jam Cooperative Factory with pack lunch.

BHUIRA VILLAGE, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA

In rural India, one of the most direct ways to help an entire community is to

empower its women. An unusual little factory in one Himalayan village has

spread sweetness to two groups in India: jam-loving gourmets and village

women. This is a women-owned and operated jam (and chutney) cooperative.

All of their jams are handmade in small batches (2 kilograms) from local

produce and sealed with a wax plug.

05:00 pm:            Teambuilding games after returning to the camp

07:30 pm:            Time to rest for Bonfire and Theatre Games

08:30 pm:            Dinner

10:30 pm:            Lights out

 

Day 4: Camp BodhiSatva

06:00 am:             Wake up call

07:00 am:             Breakfast at the dining area.

08:00 am:             Morning Team Building Activities

Rotation of activities among the teams

Team 1 – Rock Climbing and Rappelling, River Crossing

Team 2 – Obstacle Course and Flying Fox

01:00 pm:            Teams assemble at the Camp for lunch.

01:30 pm:            Rotation of activities among the teams

03:30 pm:            Teambuilding games

05:30 pm:            Session on Wilderness Survival.

07:00 pm:            Diary time and silence hour

07:30 pm:            Bonfire and games

08:30 pm:            Dinner

09:30 pm:           Night Trek through Star Navigation.

10:30 pm:            Lights out

 

Day 5: Camp BodhiSatva

 

06:00 am:             Wake up call

07:00 am:             Packed Breakfast.

08:00 am:             Depart for Delhi

01:00 am:             Lunch at Javlli

Arriving Delhi late evening.

 

 

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Program Effectiveness –

  • 1:10 Student per major activity group
  • Equipments complying with International standards
  • Resident Doctor with emergency medicines
  • Standby Vehicles on campus for emergencies
  • Qualified and Certified Mountaineering Instructors from NIM (Nehru Institute of Mountaineering

 

Tips for participants and things to carry
• Always travel light and try not to carry valuable belongings
• Carry warm clothing for the evenings and light wear for the day.
• T- Shirts, Shorts and floaters
• Sunscreen lotion, Cap and Sunglasses
• Pack a good shoe for walking
• Personal medication and a torch are a must in your pack
• A book to read and a diary to record your trip is worth keeping.
• A set of extra cells for your torch are also advised

 

Expectations from the participants
1. The activities planned in the program are aimed at achieving certain results as such complete participation is expected out of the participants. Being co-operative and friendly with others helps you pull through at hard moments like getting tired on a long walk.
2. When in a discussion over activity analyses always wait for your turn.
3. The instructors on the program are authorized to send a participant back home or quarantine with immediate effect for the rest of the program if the participants are not adhering to the instruction. For your own safety and of others it is vital that you follow and adhere to the instructions given to you before, during or after any activity.

 

 

Program Cost – Rs. 7500/- per participant

 

The cost includes –

  • All adventure activities and services of professional and experienced Mountaineers, with all safety gear as given on the program.
  • All meals at the camp from breakfast on Arrival on day 1 to breakfast on Departure till Day 4.
  • All surface transfers required for the program.
  • Lunch at Dharam pur on day 5.
  • Unlimited Tea/coffee at the camp.
  • Evening snacks around the bonfire.
  • Three nights’ accommodation at the Camp BodhiSatva on Triple sharing in Tents
  • Transportation by AC 2×2 Coach
  • Daily bonfires and other games at the camp

 

The cost does not include –

 

  • Personal expenses like tele calls, laundry or any cost not explicitly mentioned above.
  • Insurance cost
  • Service Tax – 3.5%

 

Special facilities –

  • 10 student : 1 teacher complimentary
  • 15 general students : 1 E.W.S child camp cost complimentary (Transportation cost will be chargeable)