Success Stories

Suchergebnisse

  1. Re-integrating Indian Maoists into society

    The region of Jharkhand was earlier part of the state of Bihar. It became an independent state on the 15th of November 2000. Jharkhand shares its border with the states of Bihar to the north, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to the west, Orissa to the sou ...
  2. Youth Leadership Training Program (YLTP)

    55 Youth Travel to the Art of Living International Centre in Bangalore, India for training After Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s meeting with Iraqi Minister of Youth and Sports Jasim Muhammad Jafar in 2007, 55 youth from Baghdad, Basra, Suleimania, Karbala, Najaf ...
  3. A Dedicated Yuvahcharya

    43 Navchetana Shibirs and 50 satsangs more than 3000 people in the Tamil Nadu district have benefitted from Senthil Kumars dedication to bringing a smile on peoples faces. Senthil participated in the Youth Leadership Training Program (YLTP) in 2001 in Pol ...
  4. Celebrating Mumbai’s signature festival with the Sudarshan kriya

    All over Maharashtra and especially in the capital Mumbai, there’s a huge build up during Ganesh Utsav. Loud music, frenzied mobs accompanying the idols add to the local flavor and celebrations that is inseparable from Lord Ganesha festivals. The high ene ...
  5. Building Homes, Building Divine Karnataka

    Reshma Hamumantesh looks at the newly finished 21 homes in the village and smiles with contentment. These homes have been built in Malur, Kolar district of Karnataka, India for the homeless in the region. Along with two other Yuvacharyas (Youth Leaders) a ...
  6. Trauma Relief for Naxal-affected Chhattisgarh

    Bastar – Healing a Broken Land “I feel so good after the Breath-Water-Sound workshop. I can sleep better now.” These are the words of Lakhuram from Chattisgarh, India who was rendered homeless by Naxalite violence. Naxals are groups of militant insurgents ...
  7. Naxal Female Prisoners Experience Relief

    ‘A story of transformation’, describes Kanchan Shinde, a Youth Leadership Trainer, about her experience of teaching The Art of Living Course to 20 jail inmates. She played an instrumental role in instilling smiles and a sense of peace, and healing the dee ...
  8. Vidarbha

    “Ithe shetkari karjathach janmatho aani karjathach maran paavatho.” (Here farmers are born in debt and die in debt) – Old Marathi saying One thousand nine hundred and twenty* farmers committed suicide in Maharashtra between January 2001 and August 2006, a ...
  9. Kashmir

    The Indian border state has been perpetually caught in a web of tension, violence and instability ever since the partition of India in 1947. Today, Kashmir is counted among the world's most volatile hotspots. The Art of Living has been pursuing a mul ...
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