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  1. Rural Development

    The Rural development Program of The Art of Living is predominantly driven by the yuvacharyas. The yuvacharyas are the youth from the local communities in the villages who have undergone the Youth Leadership Training Program (YLTP). This gives them the sk ...
  2. The Art of Living designs the tallest ever Ganesha statue in Sri Lanka

    Come December and Jaffna in northern Sri Lanka will experience a new dimension in the celebrations of the centuries-old festival of Pillayar Kathai (stories about Lord Ganesha). This traditional Tamil festival is an opportunity for the faithful to offer g ...
  3. Rural Development1

    Devendra Borde A farmer from Vidarbha Before Art of Living, there was depression and debt everywhere. I'm confident that with the zero budget farming taught in the course, the produce will improve and debts will be cleared. Website Section:  Home Loc ...
  4. Rural Development2

    Jayant Bhole Coordinator, Project Vidharbha- Swavalamban Programme There has not been a single instance of suicide in the 509 villages we have worked in so far. There are about 1, 000 villages in the Amravati region of Vidarbha. We are training more youth ...
  5. Rural Development3

    Pravin Thakre Rural Development I gave up alcohol and tobacco after the training workshop. It helped me to regain my confidence. There was a time when I used to lease my land to other farmers. The chemical-free farming skills I have learnt have given me t ...
  6. Rural Development4

    Vilasrao Deshmukh Chief Minister, Maharashtra at a gathering of half a million people in Mumbai, Nov 2006 The Art of Living has given a new lease of life and stopped the suicides (in Vidarbha). This is what His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been able ...
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Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,The Art of Living is an educational and humanitarian movement engaged in stress-management and service initiatives. Mehr