On Tour with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

  • Tour Schedule
  • Tour Diary
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Tue, 10/27/2015
Art of Living International Center,
21st km Kanakapura Road, Udaypura,
Bangalore, India, 560082

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  • Thousands celebrate Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s 55 birthday

    Thu, 05/12/2011, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

    All roads led to Bangalore for the thousands of national and international devotees who have gathered at the Art of Living Ashram to celebrate the 55 birthday of Art of Living Founder Sri Ravi Shankar. Devotees participated in the day-long celebration beginning with devotional chants and ‘Devi Puja’ led by Sri Sri.

    During the day, Sri Sri inaugurated a health camp at Laxmipura and also presided over a saree distribution ceremony organized by the local zilla and gram panchayat members of Kagglipura and Agara. The Art of Living also launched a nation-wide plan to support the UN’S campaign for better road safety. Sri Sri was also congratulated by Mr.Chandrashekhar, President, Rajiv Gandhi Auto and Taxi Driver’s Association. The celebrations ended with a satsang and meditation attended by thousands of people.




  • Pledge to end caste-based discrimination, Bhairahawa

    Sat, 04/30/2011, Lumbini, Nepal

    Sri Sri urged a gathering of thousands at the Siddhartha Stadium in Bhairahawa to envision Nepal as a center of world peace by resolving the country’s existing crisis. He expressed hope that that country would be instrumental in spreading Buddha’s message of peace and harmony across the globe.

    The gathering, which consisted of people from Chitwan, Kaski and Dang; and from the Indian cities adjoining Bhairahawa, committed themselves to banning caste-based discrimination as well as animal sacrifice.

    Earlier in the day, Sri Sri visited Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha.

  • Meditation for world peace, Kathmandu, Nepal, India

    Fri, 04/29/2011, Kathmandu, Kosi, Nepal

    At Sri Sri’s calling, thousands pledged to condemn caste-based discrimination at a mahasatsang (gathering) in Tudikhel‚ Kathamndu. He, then, led the audience in a meditation for world peace.

    Sri Sri announced plans to open 30 schools in different parts in Nepal to provide free education for the underprivileged children.

  • Politics & spirituality should together, press meet

    Fri, 04/29/2011, Kathmandu, Kosi, Nepal

    Urging media to play a positive role in re-building Nepal, Sri Sri, said: “Politics and spirituality should come together for a prosperous society. Spirituality should not be avoided at any cost…as it works well to lessen corruption and irregularities.”

    He also said that for the harmonious development of any country, its four pillars, namely, spirituality, economics, politics and people, should be strong.

    Encouraging greater participation in community development, Sri Sri called upon the people of Kathmandu to preserve their temples and rivers.

  • Encouraging human values, Mile Hi Church

    Tue, 04/19/2011, California, United States

    Sri Sri spoke at the historic Mile Hi Church - a church known for offering a forum to world renowned “thought leaders”. The evening began with the Eastern traditional lighting of the lamp of knowledge. Sri Sri and Dr. Roger Teel, Senior Minister of Mile Hi Church set an intention for the community to remove the darkness of ignorance and bring forth the light of love and peace. Sri Sri told the audience of 1,400 “We’re all part of one universal spirit and we play many roles in our lives.”

    The audience sought Sri Sri’s advice on a range of life topics from compassion, anger to fear. “Our whole being speaks through the eyes. Everyday, we say ‘thank you’ and ‘I’m sorry’ so many times, but we don’t really mean it – like the flight attendant saying ‘have a good day’. The words are superficial. Life is to be lived at the meaning level. Stay centered and connected. Balance the mind and heart, love and logic,” he said.

  • Los Angeles, US

    Tue, 04/19/2011, California, United States

    Sri Sri spent the final days on his US tour at the Art of Living Center in Los Angeles, California - a US city known for being one of the first to embrace and popularize Eastern wisdom. Sri Sri said, “Meditation is putting a break on our galloping mind. This is the basis of all growth. This is what is called “yoga” – uniting with what you are.” He led 2,500 people in meditation over a series of public events. His commentary on the ancient Indian scriptures, the Upanishads, was welcomed by a diverse audience.

  • Discussing the peace situation with the UN, New York, US

    Fri, 04/08/2011, New York, United States

    Sri Sri had an hour-long meeting with Dr. Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations about peace situation in the world. The Art of Living has been active in many conflict-affected countries across the world and is involved in peace efforts.

  • Stress-relief workshop, New Jersey, US

    Fri, 04/08/2011, New Jersey, United States

    Sri Sri conducted a day-long yoga-cum-meditation workshop for the people of New Jersey, sharing tips on how to lead a lifestyle conducive to stress-free living.

    Sri Sri highlighted techniques to harmonize the mind, body and breath, to achieve inner peace and outer dynamism. Participants learnt how to use meditation as a tool to calm the mind and live in the moment.

  • In discussion with Rainer Wieland, Vice President, European Parliament, Bad Antogast, Germany

    Thu, 04/07/2011, Bad Antogast, Brandenburg, Germany

    Mr Rainer Wieland, Vice President of the European Parliament called on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at the Art of Living Center in Bad Antogast, Southern Germany. He was accompanied by Mr Nirj Deva , Member of European Parliament. The meeting lasted for over an hour and they discussed a wide range of global subjects.

  • Thousands gather to meditate for world peace, Jaipur, India

    Tue, 03/01/2011, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

    Thousands of people gathered as Sri Sri led a meditation for world peace on the auspicious day of Maha Shivaratri.