With saplings in hand and faces veiled by colourful sarees, Suman and Sarita Takariya’s relatives sang traditional songs as the sisters planted small shrubs at their combined pre-wedding celebration in a remote Indian village.
From weddings, births and funerals to festivals such as Holi, and even family achievements like buying a new car, plants and trees have become centrepieces of local culture, helping to breathe life into the sandy soils of northwestern Rajasthan
Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru was received with great enthusiasm in the Pink City on the 73rd day of his 100-day, 30,000-km lone motorcycle journey spanning 27 countries to spread awareness about saving soil.
The traveler within you must be squirming and wiggling every now and then to break off and set out to travel the world.
Sadhguru is currently on a 100-day, 30,000 km #JourneyForSoil after launching the global Movement to Save Soil from extinction this March. His journey began in London on 21st March and will culminate in the Cauvery river basin in late June.
Headquarters of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation in Mumbai lit up in the colours of the 'Save Soil' logo in support of the cause launched by Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru.
After being on the road for 70 days, Spiritual leader Sadhguru will arrive at Jamnagar, Gujarat on May 29 for the final leg of the Save Soil journey in India.
Valluvan, a civil engineer, had his life turned around when he decided to shift to farming. The Isha Foundation volunteer is today a forerunner in the transition to natural organic farming. He manages his own beautiful and lucrative organic coconut plantation in Pollachi, Tamil Nadu farm.
Technology plays a crucial role in putting Sadhguru’s wisdom and tools for transformation in the hands of millions of users around the world.
Pledging to accelerate the restoration of one billion hectares of degraded land globally by 2030, 196 countries, including India, late Friday adopted 38 decisions to step up drought preparedness and give new political and financial impetus to help nations deal with devastating impacts of land/soil degradation.
It was one of the hottest day of the season when about 100 members of Save Soil, & I-Clean Nagpur joined hands with equally enthusiastic cadets & Ustads of 4 Naval & 20 Maharashtra Bn NCC Nagpur, to clean and beautify the NMC Parking Zone, opposite FSB in Ramdaspeth this Sunday.
Global Triumph Foundation and Image Planet had organized India's Top 100 Brands - 2022 event held at The Chancery Pavilion on 16th April 2022.
The Vivekananda Sustainability Summit is a national summit organized to bring to a common platform the isolated efforts that are taking place in India, to achieve and implement Sustainable development in the country.
Rajya Sabha MP Joginapally Santosh Kumar on Tuesday assured support for the ‘Save soil’ movement and said there was a link between Isha Foundation’s Save Soil Movement and Green India Challenge Movement.
The Save Soil movement, launched by Sadhguru, Founder, Isha Foundation, last month, has become a major force in shifting global attention to soil extinction and continues to gain support from Bollywood celebrities, singers and sportspersons.
Indian yogi, mystic and visionary Sadhguru is a man on a mission. The Padma Vibhushan awardee is currently on a 100-day 30,000km motorcycle journey spanning 27 nations in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East to raise citizen awareness across countries and urge administrations about soil conservation.
“All Tamil people must make a commitment in this Tamil New Year to save our mother soil,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation.
Combining traditional and modern dance forms, students of Isha Samskriti held a public awareness program on the Save Soil Movement today at the Coimbatore Railway Station.
The hurrier I go, the behinder I get,” says the White Rabbit to Alice. Our treadmill lives seem to be echoing the same sentiment. For those who find themselves at a crossroads, the conversation between the Cheshire Cat and Alice is eye-opening; Alice asks, “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat.
Located in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore is the perfect place to spend a fun and memorable vacation with your family.
In an attempt to shed light on lesser known freedom fighters, Isha Foundation has been bringing out details on social media about such revolutionaries to commemorate India's 75th anniversary of Independence.
Isha Foundation has thanked the Central Government for its support to the Rally for Rivers Movement by announcing rejuvenation of 13 rivers.
Sadhguru is a well known religious leader and a motorcycle lover. His real name is Jaggi Vasudev and he has already done a lot of road trips across the world to spread awareness. He will start a 100-day journey on 21st March, in which he will cover 30,000 km. He will start from London and come to India, going through 27 different nations.
Banas Dairy, one of Asia's largest milk producers, in Palanpur, Gujarat hosted Sadhguru where he addressed the gathering on the Save Soil movement. Gujarat Home Minister Shri. Harsh Ramesh Sanghavi and Banas Dairy Plant Chairman Shri Shankarbhai L. Chaudhari welcomed Sadhguru to what was the largest Save Soil event till date.
The Government of Gujarat signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Isha Outreach to conserve soil in the state making Gujarat the first Indian state to officially join the Global Movement to Save Soil. The MOU was signed in the presence of Gujarat Chief Minister Shri.
After riding through the bone-rattling chill of Europe and the furnace of the Arabian desert, Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, set foot on the soil of Bharat alighting at the Jamnagar port in Gujarat after his #JourneyForSoil met with resounding success in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. Sadhguru sailed for three days on the Indian Ocean after leaving from Port Sultan Qaboos, Oman, to reach India’s west coast.
“There is nobody on the planet who’s against (enhancing soil organic content)- not fertilizer industries, not pesticide industries…everybody is for it because rich soil is the fundamental of rich life for us. Healthy soil and healthy life are inextricably connected,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, speaking on the Wisdom Panel at the Future of Cities event at the World Economic Forum 2022 in Davos yesterday.
With 52 per cent of the agricultural lands already degraded, the soil crisis in the world needs urgent attention. The 100-day, 30,000 km “Journey To Save Soil” that Sadhguru started off as a lone motorcyclist in March has hit the half-way mark. In the last 50 days, Sadhguru has ridden through most of Europe, parts of central Asia as well as the Middle East to bring the focus on the dire need to Save Soil.
The Muslim World League, one of the most influential international non-governmental Islamic organizations, pledged its support for the global Movement to Save Soil from extinction.
Sadhguru, who is currently on a 100-day, 30,000-km lone motorcycle #JourneyForSoil flew to Abidjan in Ivory Coast to address representatives from 195 nations at the 15th session of the Conference of Parties (COP15) to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).
Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, reached Palestine on day 47 of his #JourneyForSoil, before moving on to Tel-Aviv where he received a rousing reception from an enthusiastic audience in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, who launched the global Movement to Save Soil from extinction in March this year, will address leaders from 195 nations at the 15th session of the Conference of Parties (COP15) to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) as the Key Note speaker.
On Day 44 of the 100 day Journey for Soil, Sadhguru reached the middle-east, entering the beautiful country of Jordan. Over the course of the next few weeks, Sadhguru will be stopping in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Muscat, addressing citizens, leaders and decision makers about the pressing need to address our degrading land.
He’s been called a Motorcycle Mystic, Biker Yogi, Guru of Swag, even Style Icon- and he unabashedly lives up to all the monikers. Ever the sport, Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, bantered with netizens on Twitter in a half hour session titled #AMAwithSadhguru.
“Ensure that the world speaks about soil because soil is the basis of pure water, (clean air and) the basis of the very life that we are,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, in his Earth Day message.
On World Earth Day, thousands of people from over 80 cities across India came out from their homes early in the morning to #ConnectWithSoil as part of Save Soil - a global movement that is bringing the world’s focus on rapid soil extinction.
The Save Soil movement, launched by Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, last month, has become a major force in shifting global attention to soil extinction and continues to get voice of support from Bollywood celebrities, singers and sportspersons.
On a mission to save the world's soils from extinction, Sadhguru joined the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)’s Executive Secretary Ibrahim Thiaw in Bonn, as part of his 100-day Journey for the Save Soil movement.
Honourable Chief Minister Shri Basavaraj Bommai flagged off the Save Soil movement in Karnataka this morning in Manipal and pledged complete support for the #SaveSoil campaign on behalf of the Karnataka government.
After a successful visit to Rome, Sadhguru, relentless in his conviction, braved through the heavy downpour and cold, to take the Save Soil movement journey ahead. The week saw Sadhguru’s series of interactions with opinion makers - politicians, media persons, ecologists, and influencers as well as public events to draw attention to the urgent issue of soil extinction.
“Where is your voice? It’s time to speak,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, addressing a rapt audience at the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations at Geneva yesterday, to call urgent attention to the issue of soil extinction. He was speaking at an event organized by PMI in support of the Save Soil Movement, a global movement that Sadhguru launched last month to save the planet’s soil from extinction.
“Nearly 3-4 generations fought (for India’s Independence) but most of those names are unfortunately unheard of. It’s very important that we respect and are grateful for what the previous generations have done for us (because) a nation that lives without gratitude will not go far,” said Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, speaking about his initiative of “bringing one revolutionary alive” for the next 75 days to commemorate India’s 75th anniversary of Independence.
In the capital city of Austria, Sadhguru's public engagements included his visits to Museums Quartier and Indian Embassy in Vienna. In the museum, Sadhguru shed light on the design of the Save Soil movement shirt, joking that though ‘Save Our Soil’ was written by him, it looks like a child’s writing as he never attended classes at school!