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  1. Revolution for Education

    A revolution for education. 383 free schools in rural, tribal and slum areas of India are teaching thousands of first-generation learners. Imagine a world in which children from rural areas, tribal areas and slums are able to receive free school education ...
  2. Our Volunteer- Beejal

    50 children from Meghalaya, 20 from Assam and Manipur and lately 16 girls from Meghalaya have come to the ashram. They have came from a tribal culture, a different lifestyle from our modern day society. The parents happily sent their children to be educat ...
  3. Education Testimonial17

    I studied in the school without paying any contribution. I was also given scholarship for 2 years to pursue higher education. Teachers not only supported me academically, but personally as well.The school, without expecting anything in return, has given m ...
  4. School for Disaster Victims, Nagapattinam

    Background The Art of Living team put immediate relief measures in place after the tsunami in Nagapattinam, the team helped to re-build the communities by building homes, primary and secondary schools and an industrial centre. These long term measures hav ...
  5. Jewels of Dharavi

    Sri Sri Vidya Mandir is the first English medium school in Asia’s largest slum. Today the school has six rooms and classes up to 6th standard. Despite numerous challenges, such as the children’s difficult backgrounds, unavailability of land and parental ...
  6. Revolutionizing Education, VVMVP Rural School

    Background Ved Vignan Maha Vidhya Peeth (VVMVP) was the first rural school started by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in 1981. It started when Sri Sri observed some local children playing in the dust near The Art of Living Centre. When he saw that they had no access ...
  7. Rehabilitating displaced Kashmiri children

    International Association for Human Values (IAHV) volunteers opened a home and their hearts to children who had lost their parents and home in the Kashmir Earthquake. In October 2005, a major earthquake shook Kashmir and left an estimated 3.3 million peop ...
  8. A future etched on the blackboard

    Namita Malik and Rajaque Rahman travelled to Rural Tripura to capture the power of education. And what they saw was this civilization’s greatest leveller being heralded in the remotest corners of the state courtesy the Art of Living Text by M Rajaque Rahm ...
  9. First free school in Arunachal Pradesh

    Sri Sri Gnan Mandir, the first free school in Arunachal Pradesh Inspired by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s vision of providing value-based education to marginalised sections of society, the Art of Living opened ‘Sri Sri Gyan Mandir’, a school that provides free e ...
  10. Change starts with You- Tapovan Education Foundation

    "When everyone come from a point of contribution to the society, then we will have a divine society."- Sri Sri Literacy in India is key for socio-economic progress. India currently has the largest illiterate population of any nation on earth. De ...
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