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  1. Mandiseli Maseti

    Mandiseli is so proud of his cultural values, traditions and beliefs, and has a close connection with nature and the environment. He uses theatre and performing arts to educate youth at local schools. He recently assisted a Breath-Water-Sound Course at Bo ...
  2. Sejal Parmar

    I am working with The Art of Living since five years, and since a year and a half in YLTP. The administrative department of the Gujarat YLTP office and all the projects of YLTP of whole of Gujarat are handled by me. The projects include Broom Project, Sew ...
  3. Kumari Manvati Marabi

    Kumari Manvati Marabi (Sarguja, Chattisgarh) When we go to villages to organize Breath-Water-Sound (also known as Nav Chetna Shibirs in India), we meet the Sarpanch (village governing head), Sachiv (village head), and the Kotwal (police). Then we collect ...
  4. Amol Bhujbal

    “My life has become an eternal celebration, full of love, joy, and devotion.” Amol Bhujbal from Satara district was depressed and directionless in life. His father was in the Indian Army and indulged in alcoholism. This made him frustrated and he felt lik ...
  5. Pinky Patil

    PINKY PATIL, B.A, B.Ed, aged 29 years and a resident of district Bidar, was lazy and stubborn. But as days passed by she felt the need to change her character. She did the Art of Living Part 1 course which transformed her attitude and she developed intere ...
  6. 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 ...
  7. 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 ...
  8. 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 ...
  9. Ravi Meher

    Ravi Meher (Bilaspur, Chhatisgarh) I have been recently elected as mayor of Sakriya Nagar, Bilaspur, Chhatisgarh in MP. I was told of this YLTP program and that it makes one tough. I thought at that time that, when so many good and well-statured people ar ...
  10. Saneesh

    “You take one step and the divine will take 100 steps towards you”. SANEESH, a resident of village Pattiyal believes it happened that way in his life. He was working as a driver after passing 10th class. Gradually he started consuming liquor, lacked confi ...
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