Durga Balgokul (DBG) Registration Form 2019-2020
One form per family – applicable for returning and new families (Children ages 3 – 18)
Click link below for more information on DBG.
Fees and Charges
- Durga Temple - No charge
- Supplies (non-refundable fees)
- Books - ~ $15 each child
- Activity fee - $50.00 first child
- $40.00 – second child (sibling)
- $30.00 – third child (sibling)
Terms & Conditions of Registration
1. Program duration would be 9 months (Sept. 2019 thru June 2020)
2. Classes would be held once a week on Sunday at Durga Temple, Virginia.
3. Timing of the classes: 10:00 am – 12 Noon
4. BalGokul is run by volunteers. For efficient running of the program on Sanatana (Hindu) dharma and heritage, parents are expected to volunteer and share responsibilities in various activities of BalGokul and Durga Temple.
5. Parents of children ages 3 – 5 yrs. old (Pre-P) class must sit with the child in the class.
6. Parents or delegated Guardians ARE REQUIRED to be on-premise at Durga Temple at all times when children are attending the DBG program. Children CANNOT be dropped off for the DBG program unsupervised.
7. Parents are expected to follow all the rules and regulations applicable to the program, including Durga Temple policies. For further information, please contact DBG PoC at
I agree, I hold Durga Temple (Fairfax Station, VA) and Fairfax county in the State of Virginia, harmless for any and all liabilities arising out of me and/or/my children's participation in the BalGokul activity. In the event of medical emergency, any medical help available to the organization may be used. I will be responsible for all medical and related expenses.
I hereby, release Durga Temple and Fairfax County from any and all claims. I further agree to abide by the terms and conditions of the program, rules and regulations as decided by Durga Temple from time to time.
Click "Yes" to agree waiver above.
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