- Tour Schedule
- Tour Diary
Sri Sri University Convocation
, Bad Antogast, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
, St. Mathieu-du-Parc, Quebec, Canada
Sri Sri at Ramlila MaidanSun, 03/02/2013, Delhi, India
Sri Sri addressing the Citizens at Ramlila Maidan, during the launch of Volunteer for a Better India
Sri Sri in Google HangoutSat, 26/01/2013, Art of Living International Center, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Interacting with countries across the world in an epic Google+ Hangout. 109 countries participated in this online interaction.
Sri Sri receives honorary doctorateSat, 19/01/2013, Gujarat, India
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar received an honorary doctorate from the Gujarat Technological University in Ahmedabad, India on January 19, 2013. Dr. Kamla Beniwal, Her Excellency, Governor of Gujarat, presented the degree. This marks Sri Sri's 13th doctorate.
Sri Sri at the International Scientific SymposiumSat, 12/01/2013, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
I congratulate all scientists who have assembled here, to see beyond traditional methods for more scope for research.
Blogging for social goodSun, 06/01/2013, Karnataka, India
It was blogger's day out at The 1st International Bloggers' Conference where 837 youth delegates and enthusiastic bloggers came together to deliberate on the power of ‘Social Media for Social Good’. The conference, titled “Make a Global Connection - Just Connect”, also saw the launch of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's blog (www.srisrispeaks.org). Addressing youth delegates, Sri Sri said, “We are in a new era where we don’t depend on a group of people, journalists or newspapers. Everyone is playing the role of an informer and everyone has the right to express their vision to the whole world. This is such a great opportunity but it should not be misused. Blogs can really bring conflict between communities, friends, nations and families, while on the other hand, they can also unite them. We should work with the intention of bridging the gap and inculcating human values.” The conference boasted of an interesting line-up of themes. Many bloggers came together to form communities for writing on varied subjects impacting social transformation, such as arts for a cause, everyday spirituality, sports, travel, and vegetarian food.