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  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. 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 ...
  4. 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 ...
  5. Nilesh Lad

    NILESH LAD son of Manilal Lad (retired carpenter) aged 32yrs, resident of village Motisaran (Valsad), was working as a technician (fitter and turner) after passing 12th class. Gradually he developed the bad habits of chewing gutka and drinking alcohol. He ...
  6. Babu

    I am a surgeon by profession and an Art of Living teacher. I have been associated with the organization since eight years. When I did the course, I was very restless on the first two days. But after Sudarshan Kriya I could feel some kind of change. But I ...
  7. Nokupiwo Jada

    Noku is a shining star and a pillar in her community. She teaches Breath-Water-Sound workshops to about 60 children from her street and provides regular support, love and encouragement to the children. She is also a facilitator for the EARTH CHILD Project ...
  8. Sindiswa Mbalana

    Sindiswa Mbalana Sindiswa is an absolute pillar of strength, running the program together with Zukiswa Mafani, another power house from the Eastern Cape. The Eastern Cape team have taught Breath-Water-Sound to their communities i.e. Msobomvo, Tshali, Joni ...
  9. Altering Rural Living

    Creating fuller and happier lives all across Indian villages! Ever since Moti Ram Bhai got a bull from the government, his farm yield has increased and his income has gone up by Rs. 2,500-3,000 each month. This extra money allows him to send his children ...
  10. Suniti Damani: Women’s 9-ball National Champion Conquering Dreams with a Calm Mind

    Suniti Damani, the new women’s 9-ball national champion 2011 and Runner-up in the 8-ball Pool, dedicates her success to the Art of Living. With this victory she has also entered the Philippines Open 10-ball world-ranking meet which is in Manila from April ...
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Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,The Art of Living is an educational and humanitarian movement engaged in stress-management and service initiatives. Read More