En tournée avec Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

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Mar, 23/09/2014
Lun, 06/10/2014
The Art of Living International Centre,
, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, 560082
Mar, 07/10/2014
Mar, 07/10/2014
Delhi, India
Mer, 08/10/2014
Ven, 10/10/2014
Art of Living European International Center,
, Bad Antogast, Germany
Ven, 10/10/2014
Mar, 14/10/2014
International Art of Living Center,
, St. Mathieu-du-Parc, Quebec, Canada
Mer, 15/10/2014
Jeu, 16/10/2014
Quebec, Canada
Ven, 17/10/2014
Ven, 17/10/2014
Montreal, Canada
Sam, 18/10/2014
Dim, 19/10/2014
Ottawa, Canada
Mar, 21/10/2014
Mar, 21/10/2014
Nashville, United States
Mer, 22/10/2014
Mer, 22/10/2014
St. Louis, United States
Ven, 24/10/2014
Dim, 26/10/2014
Chicago, United States
  • Welcoming 2013 with Peace & Joy, Berlin, Dec. 31

    Lun, 31/12/2012, Berlin, Germany

    It was a one-of a kind experience when hundreds of guests from more than 50 countries in the world enthusiastically gathered for the New Year’s Celebration in the city of Berlin.

    The evening was highlighted by a guided mediation by Sri Sri, who made participants reflect on the old year 2012 and look forward to the year 2013.

    During the celebration, Sri Sri called on the audience to sign petitions for violence in movies to be banned. According to Sri Sri, violence in movies serves as a wrong and negative inspiration for reality and people should take the initiative to request the movie industry to stop showcasing such scenes.

    Sri Sri spoke about the vision of a stress-free, violence-free world, encouraging each one to commit time for seva. Inspiring the gathering to serve society (seva), he said: When it comes to doing, say, 'How can I do some more? How can contribute more to make this world a better place?' This should be our line of thinking.”

  • Mayor of Oppenau welcomes Sri Sri to the city, Germany, Dec. 30

    Dim, 30/12/2012, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

    The Mayor of Oppenau, Mr. Thomas Grieser visits Sri Sri at the European Center in Bad Antogast, which is located in the city of Oppenau. The center has become a melting pot for cultural exchange and education and every year welcomes thousands of visitors from all over the world to the Black Forest area.

    Whether for stress management training, relaxation weekends, beauty treatments, yoga andmeditation, or for ayurvedic treatments by highly qualified professionals, The Art of Living’s academy is regularly a hive of activity.

    According to Mayor Thomas Grieser, a quarter of Oppenau’s annual guesthouse capacity is used by guests from Bad Antogast. He also observed that the center mainly buys their food and household products from local suppliers and thus contributes to the region’s economy.

    As a token of appreciation and a Christmas gift, Sri Sri was presented with typical German bread from the region.

  • Xmas celebrations, Bad Antogast, Germany, Dec. 25

    Mar, 25/12/2012, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

    It was a fully packed European Art of Living Center when the Christmas celebration kicked off with a special musical evening with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

    Guests from allover the world had come to spend the holidays together with Sri Sri. On the occasion, Sri Srisaid by looking at the Christmas tree in the big hall, ‘‘This Christmas tree here it is telling you, Be like me, evergreen, full of light, and full of gifts.' So each one of you is a Christmas tree with lots of lights, with shining gifts and evergreen!’

  • Prayers for World Peace, Bangalore, India, Dec 22

    Sam, 22/12/2012, Karnataka, India

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar was the chief guest at a special SudarshanHoma that was dedicated to world peace. The occasion celebrated the culmination of a unique chanting event that went on for 24 hours.

     

  • Remembering India's martyrs, Bangalore, India, Dec. 16

    Dim, 16/12/2012, Karnataka, India

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar asked a large gathering to pledge two hours a week in the service of the nation. Speaking at the Vijay Diwas commemorations, Sri Sri encouraged all to have a vision for the country and work towards the same. 

    Chief Minister JagadishShettar and many other noted dignitaries were part of the event. 

    The Vijay Diwas celebrated the contribution of the army, navy and air force that led the country to a victory in the Indo-Pakistan 1971 war. 

     

  • Emphasizing responsible media, India, Dec. 12

    Mer, 12/12/2012, Karnataka, India

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar inaugurated the new campus of Sri Sri School Of Media Studies along with  PadmaVibhushan Sri M.N. Venkatachaliah, Former Chief Justice of India and former Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission



    Speaking at the occasion, Sri Sri emphasized the importance of fair and free media. He said, "Fair press can play a role to check fanaticism of any kind. Press should be free thinkers and not aligned with political parties or ideologies." The audience was given an inspirational talk by Sri. M.N Venkatachaliah in which he said, "Press is the most vital stimulant for a vibrant democracy. In history, journalists have always played a role in fighting against injustice."



    The event was attended by other dignitaries including Ms. Vani Murthy, social activist, Mr. PrakashBelawadi, filmmaker, Ms. Mamta, Department of Information, Karnataka Government, singer Ajay Warrier and Kannada author Anusuya Devi.

  • Tour Schedule: 11 - 23 December 2012

    Dim, 23/12/2012, Art of Living International Center, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

    Emphasizing responsible media, India, Dec. 12

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar inaugurated the new campus of Sri Sri School Of Media Studies along with  PadmaVibhushan Sri M.N. Venkatachaliah, Former Chief Justice of India and former Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission



    Speaking at the occasion, Sri Sri emphasized the importance of fair and free media. He said, "Fair press can play a role to check fanaticism of any kind. Press should be free thinkers and not aligned with political parties or ideologies." The audience was given an inspirational talk by Sri. M.N Venkatachaliah in which he said, "Press is the most vital stimulant for a vibrant democracy. In history, journalists have always played a role in fighting against injustice."



    The event was attended by other dignitaries including Ms. Vani Murthy, social activist, Mr. PrakashBelawadi, filmmaker, Ms. Mamta, Department of Information, Karnataka Government, singer Ajay Warrier and Kannada author Anusuya Devi.

    Remembering India's martyrs, Bangalore, India, Dec. 16

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar asked a large gathering to pledge two hours a week in the service of the nation. Speaking at the Vijay Diwas commemorations, Sri Sri encouraged all to have a vision for the country and work towards the same.

    Chief Minister JagadishShettar and many other noted dignitaries were part of the event. 

    The Vijay Diwas celebrated the contribution of the army, navy and air force that led the country to a victory in the Indo-Pakistan 1971 war.

    Prayers for World Peace, Bangalore, India, Dec 22

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar was the chief guest at a special SudarshanHoma that was dedicated to world peace. The occasion celebrated the culmination of a unique chanting event that went on for 24 hours.

  • President of Maldives honors Sri Sri, Maldives Dec. 9

    Dim, 09/12/2012, Andhra Pradesh, India

    Presidentof the Republic of Maldives Dr Mohamed Waheed and Madam IlhamHuissain host a dinner to honor the global humanitarian efforts of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

    While presenting a commemorative plaque to Sri Sri, President Waheed noted The Art Of Living's holistic efforts to foster peace and build communal unity. At the dinner which was attended by the Indian veteran actor VinodKhannna and his family as well as officials of the Indian High Commission and Indian entrepreneurs in Maldives, the President spoke of how the foundation has initiated many programs to provide assistance to people from a wide range of backgrounds – victims of natural disasters, survivors of terror attacks and war, children from marginalised populations and communities in conflict, amongst others.

     

  • Volunteer for a Better India

    Mer, 05/12/2012, Delhi, India

    Sri Sri launches 'Volunteer for a Better India', Delhi, India, Dec. 5

    “Give one hour to the nation. The country has problems because good people are apathetic. Youth must take charge and Volunteer for Better India,” appealed Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, spiritual leader, humanitarian and founder of The Art of Living, at the curtain raiser of a national initiative - Volunteer for a Better India (VFABI).



    The curtain-raiser to VFABI was held on December 5 on the occasion of the United Nations International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development in New Delhi and to also commemorate International Anti Corruption Day which falls on December 9.

    The project in partnership with FPAI, UNODC, UNFPA, UNGCNI, UNICEF, UNMC, Heroes Project, DRISHTEE, INERELA + (Asia Pacific) - IICA, and APAC - VHS aims to create a new wave of volunteerism and advocacy to bring about an on-ground change and combat issues challenging society in a concerted effort towards nation building.

  • Inspiring misguided youth to take a new path, Delhi, India, Dec 4

    Mar, 04/12/2012, Delhi, India

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar interacted with 750 delinquents who were recovering from substance abuse. The Art of Living and the Delhi Police organized the interaction at the close of a special meditation program for the delinquents.  “Through this initiative we foresee reduction in crime and stress,” said Sri Sri while many participants came forward to share their experience of the program. “Earlier I used to smoke charas, but now after the course I feel uncomfortable on even seeing it. The course has not just given me peace mentally but also makes me fit physically,” shared a young boy. 

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