With three months of hard work and training the balaks conducted a Bal Parayan at Perth mandir. There was a selection process for choosing which children to keep in which part of the program. By sacrificing their free time, the karyakars helped these kids prepare during the weekdays after they had finished school.
The theme of the parayan was, “Bal Prabhu Ghanshyam.” The balaks had their own parayan and the shishus also conducted a different parayan.
Before an audience of over 250 devotees balaks delivered their messages through speeches, video presentations, dramas, dances, etc… The shishu mandal sang bhajans and also played quizzes.
Teamwork between Vadil Mandal and Bal Mandal was key in making this program a success. One of the extraordinary points was the 90% of the parayan was presented in Gujarati.
The hard work of the balaks and their sanchalaks was reflected in the execution of the program. Many parents left inspired to send their children to the weekly Bal Sabha with the intent that their children could also learn to develop their talents in a positive manner like these balaks.