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  1. Through The Master's Eyes

    One day I left the Ashram. Another devotee accompanied me. I think it was Kashi bhaiyaa. So I just left. And nobody came to know where I went. We went to a faraway village. And then I asked the driver to stop the car outside a house. When I went inside th ...
  2. A Space of Higher Living

    ‘Militants’ – today, this word has a commercial value. It has also got a pictorial representation in most of our minds, most of them polarized. Not only has it got politicized, it has also got religion tainted all over its letters. Believe it or not, a co ...
  3. Towards A Fresh Breath of Life

    0 Providing a healing touch: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at the Basugaon Higher Secondary School relief camp Sri Sri distributing relief material at the Basugaon Higher Secondary School relief camp Sri Sri meeting representatives of various Bodo organizations &a ...
  4. Love In The Time of Insurrection

    How simple it is, to characterize an event as black, or white. This is exactly how the sordid Assam riots have been viewed, or made to be viewed. ‘Communal, anti-national and violent,’ have been the common sentiments, printed or verbal. But the truth lies ...
  5. Inhale Peace, Exhale Crime

    Along the activity-filled lanes of resettlement colonies in Delhi, the police reported a phenomenal decrease in the rates of crime and violence. Seelampur, Shadhara, Gokulpuri, Nand Nagri, Jafarabad, were once the hub of criminal activities including juve ...
  6. A Call to End the Caste War

    Bihar, India Bihar, a state in India with a rich heritage and abundant natural resources, has been reeling from caste wars, social divisions, and a disrupted educational system. Sri Sri has met with members of Bihar's warring factions and held dialog ...
  7. Antidote to Corruption

    You can be a part of the Art of Living's effort to root out corruption from India  Antidote to Corruption A lack of connectedness or belongingness breeds corruption in society. Read more Civil society demands an effective anti-corruption agency Read ...
  8. Antidote to the virus of terror

    by Mamta Kailkhura The resilience of India is on test yet again even as her people reel in another phase of fear, sorrow and anger following the latest serial blasts in Mumbai on July 13, 2011. India, from government to the man on the street, reacted to t ...
  9. After violence, Arab youth experience a wave of peace

    “Six days gave 95 Arab students a chance to broaden their vision and feel that change can happen through positivity and peace rather than violence as we witnessed recently all throughout the Arab world.” This remark was made by Christian Matta, an Art of ...
  10. Trauma Relief

    The Art of Living and its sister organisation, the International Association for Human Values (IAHV), have been working in Iraq since 2003. Even when most NGOs were compelled to evacuate their volunteers from the country, in the wake of heightened unrest ...
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