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  1. A Jail Daughter

    Indu Sinha has worked for the stress-relief of 5,000 prisoners across seven prisons in India. One morning, Indu Sinha, who was visiting her home state of Bihar, read a feature in the local newspaper of a massacre in Senari village where Naxalites beheaded ...
  2. A Drug Addict, Prisoner & Now A School Teacher

    A drug addict who was sentenced to 12 years in jail for drug pedaling today shines as a role model for his village, running a free school for its children. His is a classic case of the adage ‘behind every culprit, there is victim crying for help’. Dara Si ...
  3. Freedom Beyond Bars

    30 inmates’ journey from being criminals to youth leaders Splashing the water on his face from the slow running tap, the breaking dawn rays pierces in his eyes, waking him up to the just-another day. He takes a bath, wears normal white clothes and a Gandh ...
  4. Prison Smart, the Great Growth in Argentina

    0 About 6000 inmates have so far taken Art of Living programs this year Prison Directors call the Art of Living teachers requesting programs all the time Becoming productive members of society A clean, dignifying place to live and to perform the practices ...
  5. Yoga Behind Bars

    None of those prisoners who have done Sudarshan Kriya have come back to jail till date, shares Sadashiv Kamath, a prison program teacher, teaching actively in the Mangalore central jail. Regular courses, where the Sudarshan Kriya and other practical techn ...
  6. Sultan of Swings Settles Deep Within

    Its 3 o clock in the afternoon. He had been planning and waiting for this day since almost three weeks. He ran the plan carefully in his mind. "finish the dishes...press his 'seth's' feet till he falls into his afternoon nap...leave th ...
  7. Love In The Life Of A Criminal

    Unfathomable are the ways of Love! With love comes compassion, belongingness. Love has no border, it sees no color, it doesn’t differentiate, it embraces all. Even the toughest of criminals, when shown compassion, bow down with folded hands and surrender ...
  8. Once A Jail Now An Ashram

    ‘Violence ends where love begins’  -Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji The village of Senari in Bihar, is infamous for frequent massacres by the Naxalites (Ranveer Sena, Communist Party of India (ML), People’s War Group, and Mala, are some of the Naxal outfits that a ...
  9. Smiling Uniforms

    It is rare to see a smiling, calm and an energetic policeman (women included) on the streets of India. But, for the citizens of the far northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, this won’t be a rare scenario.  Being a policeman, is not an easy job. There a ...
  10. Women Inmates

    Prison SMART Program If people get sick, we bring them to the hospital and give them the right medicines so that they get better. If people’s behavior is sick, we bring them to the prison, but we forget the medicines.”   – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar The Mission ...
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