St. Louis Bal Vihar, Arts Museum Celebrate India Day

St. Louis Art Musuem (SLAM) has been showcasing "Passport to India" for the past five years and Bal Vihar of St. Louis has been integral part of it. Learn more about the India's 73rd Independence Day celebration at the link below (by clicking read more...)

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First Day of School Year - Sunday, August 25, 2019

Bal Vihar will kick-off its 2019-20 school year on Sunday, August 25, 2019. Please arrive few minutes early to familiarize yourself with the location, classroom etc. We recommend arriving by 9:45 AM. Classes will be held at Hindu Temple Community Center at 725 Wiedman Road, Ballwin, MO.

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Registration for school year 2019-20 closes on July 31

Registration for Bal Vihar school year closes on July 31. Register your child(ren) early as some classes are near capacity. Go to and create your profile (for parents of new students) or enter your login and password (for parents of at least one existing st...

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IndiaPost publishes on Annual Day Variety Show

Recently, IndiaPost published an article on Annual day of BalVihar on Vande Mataram – Salutations to Mother India”. Here is the link to the article - Click on Read more to see the link, Bal Vihar of St. Louis celebrates Annual day

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2019-20 Registration Open for New & Existing Students

Registration is now open for upcoming Bal Vihar School Year 2019-20. Regular registration will be accepted until June 30 or until a class reach capacity (whichever is earlier). Registrations will be accepted between July 1 and 31 with a late fee of $50 per student (capacity permitting at the grade l...

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Who We Are

Center for Indian Cultural Education - Bal Vihar of St. Louis, a non-profit organization, since its inception in 1992 has been serving the Metro St. Louis Indian community. The primary focus of this organization is to provide Indian cultural education to students age 5-18, its application and integration with the global multicultural and multifaceted society. They are also taught discipline, tolerance and devotion in their daily routine. The ultimate goal is "to throw the light of cultural knowledge on every child, to make every child an outstanding citizen and to spread the song of peace and harmony around the world.