Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to address Mahasatsang in Lucknow city

4 Mar 2012
4 Mar 2012

Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to address mahasatsang in city
LUCKNOW: Founder of the Art of Living Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will address a Mahasatsang 'Ashirvad' at Reserve Police Lines, near IT College in Lucknow on March 18 from 5.30 pm onwards.
The programme which is open to all Lucknowites, will feature the sweet and soothing music of Art of Living singers, the deepest spiritual knowledge expressed by Gurudev in simple words and guided meditation.
Early in the morning, guruji will address a volunteer convention at Law College auditorium which would be restricted to previous Art of Living participants. Gurudev will also address mahasatsangs in Ghazipur and Ballia on March 15, Azamagarh and Mau on March 16 and Ayodhya, Gonda on March 17 and Amethi and Rae Bareli on March 19. The main aim of these programmes is to help create a society free from all kinds of tensions, stress, violence, injustice and corruption.
According to a statement released by Art of Living, millions of people in 155 countries have got rid of their stress through his Art of Living workshops. Apart from the general masses, his workshops also cater to youths, children, slum dwellers, village folks and tribals through its free tribal schools. In Lucknow itself, over 25,000 people have already been benefited by various Art of Living programmes. Thousands of prison inmates of UP have undergone Art of Living 'Prison Smart' (stress management and rehabilitation technique) programme. The 5H programme viz health, hygiene, human values, harmony and home for homeless are being implemented in rural areas by committed volunteers trained by Art of Living through its youth leadership training programmes, the release said.