Sadhguru chastised Twitter on Wednesday for suspending the accounts of ISKCON's Bangladesh unit in the aftermath of a recent spate of attacks on Hindus in the country.
Isha Foundation founder and mystic Sadhguru on Wednesday lashed out at Twitter for its (missing) sense of evenhandedness and fairness after Twitter handles of International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Hindu Unity Council were taken down.
Sadhguru, the founder of Isha Foundation, is coming with an exciting video platform with the largest video catalogue of authentic content on mysticism on October 16.
Sadhanapada at the Isha Yoga Centre in Coimbatore, India, is a seven-month residential programme for inner transformation. Whether one is looking to take a sabbatical from work, a gap year from studies, seeking spiritual growth or time away for oneself, this time at a consecrated space is an investment towards finding inner balance, clarity and intensity within oneself.
Governor R.N. Ravi visited Isha Foundation in Coimbatore on Tuesday and had a discussion with its founder Jaggi Vasudev, the Raj Bhavan said. An official release said that the Governor was received by the founder of Isha Foundation, who took him around the centre. “Later they had good discussions about yoga and its importance in contemporary human life,” the release said.
The Navarathri festival at the Linga Bhairavi in Isha Yoga Centre commenced on Thursday and will continue till October 15. A release said that visitors will be allowed from 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. from Monday to Thursday. The centre will remain closed for visitors on Friday, Saturday and Sunday as per COVID-19 protocols.
In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Isha Leadership Academy and Greaves Cotton have come together to take yoga programs to auto drivers across the country. As a first step towards this, a group of auto drivers from the Peace Auto and Taxi Drivers Association attended a tailor-made 'Yogakshema' program last week in Bangalore. Offered in Kannada, the participants learnt simple techniques for maintaining their autos as well as powerful yogic tools for maintaining their personal well-being.
India's top NGOs are set to go head to head in the biggest online fundraising event on their annual calendar - GiveIndia's 100 Heroes that raised Rs 11.6 crore last year. In its inaugural 2020 edition, more than 500 NGOs participated in the challenge, competing for rewards that help them make a bigger impact. Over 14,000 everyday givers donated to the NGOs.
The first step in developing your brand strategy is to ask yourself, "What problem does my product solve?", according to Atika Malik, Strategic Advisory Partner; Former COO and CSO, Cheil India, South West Asia. Speaking at Ïsha Leadership Academy’s second Brand Insight — Decoding Branding, an online interactive workshop for entrepreneurs, C-suite, business executives, and marketers, she went on to say that “brands with a purpose outperform those without.
This app saves farmers the trouble of travelling to and queuing up at forest offices to register for relevant government schemes. Training modules are uploaded on the App with which Mara Mitras can educate farmers. They can also conduct sapling survival surveys so that farmers can get their government subsidy without delay.
Chikkaballapura (K'taka), Sep 18 (PTI) Isha Outreach, the social arm of Isha Foundation, on Saturday said it will facilitate planting of lakhs of saplings, bushes, seedlings, grasses, and fruit varieties that are popular with native fauna in Nandi Hills here and other adjoining hills, as it launched the 'Namma Nandi' project.
Surrounded by followers, Indian spiritual leader Sadhguru recently toured the ancient palace of Kathmandu and met with living Goddess Kumari on Monday as he wrapped up his Nepal visit.
While appreciating the steps taken by Isha Outreach for afforestation through Cauvery Calling project, the High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday dismissed a PIL petition, which had alleged that sapling are being planted on government lands by collecting huge donations from the public.
The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday dismissed a writ petition which sought directions to restrain Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev's Isha Outreach Foundation from collecting public funds for the"Cauvery Calling Project", which involves planting of tree saplings along the Cauvery river bed. Observing that the court is of the "considered opinion that afforestation has become very necessary keeping...
Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar on Thursday launched the Mara Mitra (a tree’s friend) app, created by Cauvery Calling, as part of a series of initiatives being undertaken for an afforestation drive along the Cauvery basin.
The Mara Mitra (Friend of Tree) App developed by Cauvery Calling (Cauvery Koogu) was launched at the Vidhana Sabha in Bengaluru today. The App is the latest in a series of activities initiated by Cauvery Calling to intensify farmer outreach efforts on the ground to promote the economically lucrative and ecologically beneficial tree-based agriculture in the Cauvery basin districts of Karnataka.
Volunteers of Isha Foundation’s Cauvery Calling Village Outreach initiative said that tree-based agriculture on private farmlands in the Cauvery River basin is getting good response in Mysuru district. The initiative has been made to promote a farmer-driven ecological movement.
Following its phenomenally successful efforts that led to the planting 1.1 crore saplings in the Cauvery basin districts spanning Karnataka and Tamil Nadu last year, the Cauvery Calling team is all set to launch another massive farmer outreach in Karnataka. The objective of the outreach is to popularize the ecologically beneficial and economically attractive tree-based farming model among farmers.
Isha Foundation, a spiritual organisation, which has undertaken the campaign Cauvery Calling to revive the river of the South, launched its second major farmer outreach programme on Monday. Covering 1,785 Gram Panchayats in 57 Taluks throughout the nine Cauvery basin districts of Karnataka, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev of the Foundation said, the coming eight weeks would see 1,800 events to popularise tree-based farming model among the farming community.
Isha Foundation's project 'Cauvery Calling' is planning to launch a farmer outreach programme in Karnataka. Over the course of eight weeks, 1800 events will popularize the tree-based farming model among the farming community. Famers, local administration officials from various government departments are set to participate in these events.
In his virtual address on the occasion of Guru Purnima, Sadhguru, founder of Isha Foundation announced the launch of Project Samskriti. It is aimed at offering Indian classical music, dance and martial arts by alumni of Isha Samskriti, a school dedicated to the classical arts. This would be anchored by youth who have dedicated at least 15 years of their life to the full-time practice of these arts.
The world needs human beings who will invest in endeavours that go beyond the basic survival process, said Sadhguru, founder of Isha Foundation.
Guru Purnima, one of the most significant festivals in the country, will be celebrated by Isha in the presence of Sadhguru today (July 23). The online Guru Purnima Satsang will be aired live around the world at 7 pm IST because of COVID-19 restrictions.
As the nation celebrates a milestone of administering over 100 crore vaccines to people nationwide, Sadhguru calls the achievement “remarkable”.
In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Isha Leadership Academy and Greaves Cotton have come together to take yoga programs to auto drivers across the country. As a first step towards this, a group of auto drivers from the Peace Auto and Taxi Drivers Association attended a tailormade 'Yogakshema' program last week in Bangalore.
“If you try to find meaning in your life, you will only end up making new meanings,” Sadhguru said at the launch of his latest book ‘Eternal Echoes - A Book of Poems (1994-2021)' on Thursday.
Sadhguru, the founder of Isha Foundation, will speak with renowned Indian author, poet and Sahitya Akademi awardee Arundhathi Subramaniam in a live interaction “Mystic Verse:
“We want to give Bangalore people a love affair with Nandi Hills,” Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, said at the launch of “Namma Nandi” project at Nandi Betta in Chickaballapur on Saturday
The first step in developing your brand strategy is to ask yourself, "What problem does my product solve?", according to Atika Malik, Strategic Advisory Partner; Former COO and CSO, Cheil India, South West Asia.
Speaking at Pejawara Adhokshaja Mutt’s 34th Chaturmasya Mahotsava, Sadhguru, The Isha Foundation Founder, addressed a wide range of issues such as the need for revitalizing Indian culture, reviving India’s education system, the relevance of Sanatan Dharma in our times and the importance of meditation, among others.
“One’s human experience should not be mortgaged to what we have gathered; (it) should be related to the fundamental aspects of Life,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, in an online interaction with IPS and gazetted officers from around the country to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. The interaction was hosted yesterday by the Central Academy for Police Training (Bhopal) (Bureau of Police Research and Development, Ministry of Home Affairs) as part of the ‘In Challenging Times with Sadhguru’ series.
On this auspicious occasion of Ganesha Chaturthi, Sadhguru has called upon the people of India to reaffirm their commitment to ecological conservation and celebrate the festival in a joyous, yet responsible manner.
One person ends their own life every 40 seconds around the world, and for every suicide, there are more than 20 suicide attempts, according to the World Health Organization.
“Ganapathi as an idol must be made in natural and organic content; soil, rice flour, millet flour or turmeric are usually the material that has always been used,” said Sadhguru, Founder of Isha Foundation, in a video message ahead of Ganesha Chaturthi which will be celebrated on Friday 10 September.
The Mara Mitra (Friend of Tree) App developed by Cauvery Calling (Cauvery Koogu) was launched at the Vidhana Sabha in Bengaluru today.
As India commemorates its 75th anniversary of Independence, Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, has urged policymakers and citizens to raise awareness about soil health. According to the spiritual guru, soil degradation is a problem that has gone under the radar for far too long and must be addressed immediately.
“Many scientists believe that by 2035 or 2040- if we don’t make serious changes now- there could be serious food crisis in India,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, in an interaction with the media in Bengaluru yesterday. Sadhguru and Dr. A.S. Kiran Kumar, former Head of ISRO, who is also on the Rally for Rivers (RfR) Board met with the media after the RfR Board meeting earlier in the day.
Following its phenomenally successful efforts that led to the planting 1.1 crore saplings in the Cauvery basin districts spanning Karnataka and Tamil Nadu last year, the Cauvery Calling team is all set to launch another massive farmer outreach in Karnataka. The objective of the outreach is to popularize the ecologically beneficial and economically attractive tree-based farming model among farmers. The Rally for Rivers Board and Cauvery Calling Panel met today to formalize the objectives and the detailed action plan for the new initiative.
In his online Guru Purnima address that was broadcast in 14 languages worldwide, Sadhguru called for a more aesthetic and inclusive model of human development that goes beyond academics to explore the full depth and dimension of human potential. He said the world needs human beings who will invest in endeavours that go beyond the basic survival process.
Guru Purnima, one of the most significant festivals in the country, will be celebrated by Isha in the presence of Sadhguru on Friday 23rd July. The online Guru Purnima Satsang will be aired live around the world at 7 p.m. IST because of COVID-19 restrictions.
Committed to championing frontline workers and the underprivileged, Isha has distributed seven lakh food and beverage packets across Karnataka in the last 75 days. During the second wave of the COVID19 pandemic, hospitals were stretched to capacity, so Isha volunteers, under the guidance of Sadhguru, reached out to doctors and healthcare teams who were dealing with stressful situations while treating patients.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has already had devastating effects in both urban and rural areas, exacerbating food shortages in many parts of the country. In a matter of days, scores of lives and livelihoods were destroyed, and a fragile healthcare system was strained.
Under the guidance of Sadhguru, Isha Outreach has been involved in several social welfare measures in Chickballapur district, Karnataka in the last 60 days. It has made available over 1000 ration kits containing all essential items to the villages of Dinnehosahalli, Susepalya, Hanumanthapura, Harobande, Gundapanahalli, Gondahalli, Arikere, Kuralahalli, Vadarapalya, Hariharpura.