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  1. Love’s Manger by Radhika De

    Stepping into The Art of Living Bangalore Goshala, you get a distinctly different feeling. From being around a swarm of people you are now transferred to a herd of gentle grazers. The atmosphere in the goshala is serene yet charged. A distinct sense of be ...
  2. The Art of Living Goshala- Preserving Indigenous Cows

    Goshala: A Valuable Shelter ‘Go’ (pronounced ‘gau’) means cow, and ‘shala’ means shelter. Until recent times every village in India had a goshala. Even today every villager who can afford it, keeps at least one cow. Some have related the high suicide rate ...
  3. Natueco farming (Nature Ecological Farming)

    Natueco farming follows the principles of eco-system networking of nature in our farming system. It is different from organic or natural farming both in philosophy and practice. It offers an alternative to the commercial, heavily chemical's technique ...
  4. Kitchen Gardening

    Kitchen Gardening Growing of fruits, vegetables, flowers in the available space around bungalows, galleries of flats, open terraces, windows wherever the sun light gets to plants. Sunlight is essential for the manufacturing of food in the leaves of plants ...
  5. Laxmi Taru

    Lakshmi Taru- the medicinal tree LAKSHMI TARU  (Simarouba glauca DC; Common names: Simarouba, oil tree, paradise tree or aceituno) is an important tree species growing in the forests of Central America. It was first introduced by National Bureau of Plant ...
  6. Quelling Communal Fire

    Godhra Riots (India, 2002) Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been at the forefront of proactive action to foster communal harmony in India. When communal riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims in Gujarat in 2002, he not only rushed a team of volunteers to pr ...
  7. Easing Tensions in a Disputed Land

    Amarnath Land Dispute (2008) Sri Sri helped resolve religious tensions and violence that had escalated over the Amarnath land dispute in Kashmir, Northern India. Amarnath Shrine, in Muslim dominated Kashmir, is an important Hindu pilgrimage site. Yet it ...
  8. Resolving a Deadlock Between the Government and the People

    Sri Sri meets with 50,000 members of the Gujjar community on the rail tracks of Pilukapura, the nerve center of the violence. Significantly, it is the first time, since the agitation began, that the Gujjar Sri Sri urges Col. Kirori Singh Bhainsla, the h ...
  9. Sri Lanka: Strengthening the foundations of dialogue and peace

    Since 2004, Sri Sri has constructively engaged with the Government of Sri Lanka, Parliamentarians and the erstwhile Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to resolve the Sri Lankan conflict. The conclusion of the war in May 2009 saw the continuation of h ...
  10. Trauma Relief in Japan

    Breaths of joy at post-tsunami camps “I’d like to come to India to learn yoga,” quipped a Japanese lady in the middle of the room. This may not seem like an unusual wish. After all, India is known as the yoga capital throughout the globe. Yet consider the ...
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