The Paw Foundation is a non-profit organisation for the welfare of animals. A registered charitable Trust (#2898) dedicated towards rescuing and rehabilitating abandoned street animals. The Paw Foundation also responds and fight against animal cruelty.
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IndUS Lens is a group of Global Hindus primarily based in the United States with counterparts around the world. They work to expose anti-Hindu lobbies and debunk Hinduphobic propaganda. They battle against strategic Hinduphobia being spread in Western Countries. They empower people belonging to Dharmic Faiths: Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains being persecuted in South Asia. They are exposing organizations that strategically attack Dharma, by committing cultural genocide through coercion and manipulation in various parts of the world.
Anti Hindu voices are inculcated deep inside politics, entertainment, academia, media and other avenues around the World. They are here to expose their bias and hate towards Hindus agenda and strategic moves. We are here to expose and fight against the ongoing genocide of Hindus (including cultural genocide) in various parts of the world to save lives.
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About Chasing Stars:
The Akshaya Patra Foundation presents a story that echoes from a lesser known region of Northeast India, Kashirampara (Tripura), where the Great India Talent School provides free education to more than 500 children of the Reang (Bru) Tribe. In this film, the Reang children share their meaningful dreams and embark on a new and an unforgettable journey to Bangalore as a part of the Great India Talent Foundation’s (GITF) National Integration Project.
About the Great India Talent Foundation (GITF):
The Great India Talent Foundation (GITF), which was instituted in 2016, is an endeavour to provide quality education to enable holistic development of children and communities of rural India. Today, the first Great India Talent School (GITS) in Kashirampara, Tripura, serves more than 500 children from Reang (Bru) community residing in the makeshift camps of the North-Eastern state. The school provides free education, text books, uniform, shoes and school lunch to children of Reang community. The initiative is ably supported by The Akshaya Patra Foundation.
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Celebrate this Children’s Day with Akshaya Patra’s two-part documentary, Chasing Stars, featuring the children of Tripura’s Reang Tribe.
Watch it on YouTube today!
Part 1 - Kashirampara Chronicles: bit.ly/ChasingStars-Pt1
Part 2 - To Bangalore and Back: bit.ly/ChasingStars-Pt2
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Being Social-एक नई शुरुआत is a Registered Non-profitable organization dedicated to work towards helping everyone in the society grow equally. Our motto is to “Spread Smiles and Serve Humanity”. In the past 4 years, we have impacted the lives of more than one lakh young people from vulnerable backgrounds through the active support of over 4000 volunteers across the country.
Our initiatives vary across domains like Health, Education, Wellness, Donation, Biodiversity, Awareness Campaigns and Sessions for Children to Adults.
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I always say Hinduism is the best choice for humanity, it’s a gift from India, to India and the world, and yoga marries so well with Hinduism. I have always been a lover of yoga because it truly is magic to mind, body and soul. Yoga aligns all these together so your body and thought become in harmony. Unfortunately, most westerners have a nebulous perception about yoga.
Yoga is growing big in the USA. The revenue of the yoga industry in 2012 was 6.9 billion and by 2020 it will reach 11.56. Sadly, there are a lot of certified teachers in the USA who just get their certificate because it is a money making generator. They are missing out of the core fundamentals of the spirituality and magic of yoga.
I have been to classes, seen and heard about the different styles and approaches they are using. It is merely just a form of exercise, where one is doing squats in some yoga format or doing push ups in another format just to get the heart up to burn calories. They are truly missing out of the true, original form of yoga that transform you. It’s not all about exercise but about discovering yourself.
People today are so anxious, uptight, and on the edge constantly, they don’t know how to relax. Yoga can help them but the yoga studios across the country are portraying yoga in a different light from its original format. They are not reaping the full benefits that comes from this gift, gifted to us from India. The rewards should be enough to make one practice.
Mainstream yoga in the United States may be somewhat like hatha yoga but it’s very different than the traditional types. It appears that many have an ambiguous concept of yoga. Maybe there might be some benefits in that but traditional yoga in its original form has a deep spiritual significance, to add, it is alternative medicine. The list of benefits is enough to make someone want to explore the real art of yoga. With an explosion of ADHD in American yoga has proven to be very helpful for children with this condition.
The magic of yoga can reduce stress, increase flexibility, improve balance, promote strength, improve cardiovascular, lower blood pressure, reduce overweight, strengthen bones, prevent injuries, lift mood, improve immune function and promote spiritual well-being. Yoga calms the mind and in return calms the nerves which relaxes the muscles which generates positive thoughts. They effects yoga has on depression and anxiety are impressive, one might not need to take their prescription medications if practicing yoga.
While westerners are doing some format of yoga, sadly, many people living in India do not practice yoga. I’ve noticed many in India are taking up the typical western type of exercise like weight lifting or cardio. Those style of exercises are great but one should incorporate a yoga session at least twice a week as yoga keeps you in tuned. Yoga is the antidote to your tumultuous life. The ancient teachings and wisdom of Hinduism and yoga are life changing and transforming. One should practice yoga to rediscover themselves.
When one practices yoga, you might begin to learn and discover things about yourself that you could never see before. You might become more compassionate for the world and animals, and even become a vegetarian. This is the spiritual side of yoga, the magical side of yoga, it is explainable but true. It’s like faith, being certain of something even though you cannot see it at the moment. This is the beauty and magic of this ancient practice out of India. Yoga is an ancient gift for the modern world. Just one of India’s many gifts and contributions to the world.