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Mar 31 2017

Pujya Swamiji inspires Isomes Media Fest News 24 Manthan

Pujya Swamiji was interviewed at the News24 Isomes Media Fest 24 ‘Manthan’ 2017, recently in Noida, where He inspired young reporters, journalists and media professionals to be the change and do the change. He lauded the Uttarakhand High Court for declaring the National River Ganga as a human entity. He encouraged everyone to increase their sense of belongingness and to start with their homes and with their own communities. He spoke about Swachh Bharat Mission – Urban, National Mission for Clean Ganga and encouraged the media to exercise their Media Social...

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Mar 30 2017

Pujya Swamiji graces 80th Brahmakumaris Celebration in Mt Abu

MT ABU: Pujya Swamiji, President of the Parmarth Niketan (Rishikesh), graced and blessed the 80th Anniversary Celebrations and International Conference of the Prajapati Bhrama Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya in Mt Abu. The grand celebrations brought together more then 25,000 people from many nations and is being held with great enthusiasm from 26th March to 30th March. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the four-day ‘International Conference-cum-Cultural Festival on God’s Wisdom for World Transformation’, through video conferencing from Delhi. The Prime Minister appreciated the work done by the Brahma Kumaris institution in many...

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Mar 25 2017

Pujya Swamiji Speaks at the 4th Annual Indian Society for Training & Development Conference

Recently at the 4th Annual Indian Society for Training & Development Conference in Kolkatta, I inspired business, corporate leaders, MBA, engineering students, HR professionals and institutes to not only observe Earth Hour on the 25th March but to also become green businesses. I truly believe businesses can be leaders in finding and implementing sustainable and innovative solutions to preventing and abating pollution from their industries as well as being conscious consumers of our planet's finite resources. I encourage you to pledge to make Earth Hour every hour by doing your...

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Mar 25 2017

Indian Society for Training & Development’s 4th Eastern Regional Conference in Kolkata

Pujya Swamiji and Sadhvi Bhagawatiji addressed a group of more than 500 professional human resource managers, industry experts, academicians, and practicing management MBA students during the Indian Society for Training & Development’s (ISTD) 4th Eastern Regional Conference in Kolkata, which is part of a national institution devoted to human resource development through trainers, with international affiliations based in Geneva and Manila. The theme of the conference was on “Re-engineering Training & Development for Improving Bottom Line.” Present at the conference were Dr. Partha Chatteerjee – MIC, Government of West Bengal, Mr....

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Mar 23 2017

Women Heroes for a Swachh Bharat Converge for World Water Day

Rishikesh—A unique World Water Day celebration brought together and honoured Sanitation Ambassadors and Heroes from nearby villages and urban slums who have worked towards making their local communities and water bodies free from open defecation and pollution. The Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), under the inspiration and guidance of its co-founder HH Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji has been training people in slums and villages on how to lead their own communities towards a Swachhta Kranti or Clean Revolution. GIWA has been doing so through its array of courses, offered through its...

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Mar 11 2017

Holi, burning the demon like nature & cultivating our divine nature

Dear Divine Souls, Holi is one of the most festive, joyous holidays of the Hindu year. It is celebrated primarily in the North of India and falls on the full moon day of Phalguna (February – March). The festival is marked by great revelry during which everyone paints each other with brightly colored powders. Song, dance and bright red, green, yellow and pink powder are the hallmarks of the occasion. The meanings of Holi are numerous. For some, it is the festival of Springtime, the heralding of warm weather and bidding farewell...

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