Volunteering and self-less service are the true essence of yoga and spirituality. I found both at the TDH CORE children’s homes in Tiruvannamalai, a centre run by an amazing man named Ramu.
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Photograph of children playing in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India by photographer Jean-Pierre Muller.
Shelley Seale, author of Weight of Silence: The Invisible Children of India, reveals how she was transformed by volunteering at an orphanage in India.
This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Aurovalley AshramAurovalley Ashram in Rishidwar, India runs a school for local, village children. To fund and expand the educational opportunities for these children, the ashram initiated the Adopt a Soul program.
October 31 is National UNICEF Day, and October is the charity’s biggest fund raising month. Find out how you can get involved and help UNICEF improve the lives of children everywhere. UNICEF was a participant in a gathering of hundreds of religious leaders in India on October 11, who met at the Art of Living […]
Photo of the week by guest blogger Andrew Adams, who has traveled in India and is one of my favourite photographers. Andrew loves India, too, and does a lot to support Asha for Education. He is amazing at capturing moments that speak to the soul of India — like this one.
India chooses you This post was written by guest author Shelley Seale. When Shelley was in India, she volunteered with The Miracle Foundation, a nonprofit based out of Austin, Texas. The Miracle Foundation recruits donors and sponsors for children living in orphanages in India. Shelley first went to India in 2005 on a 10-day volunteer […]