Union Ministry of Culture commemorates Spiritual Programmes on Shri Aurobindo’s philosophy in 75 prisons across the nation

On the occasion of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Maharshi Aurobindo and the 75th Year of Independence, the Union Ministry of Culture is commemorating the life and philosophy of Shri Aurobindo by undertaking Spiritual Programmes in 75 prisons across the nation from today till 15th of this month.

The purpose of these programmes is to transform the lives of prison inmates through inculcation of the philosophy of Shri Aurobindo and by the practice of Yoga and Meditation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that there is a need for the transformation of life of inmates in jails through self-thinking and realization and prisons all across the country should organize programmes on the life of Maharishi Aurobindo so as to enable the inmates to embark upon a new journey of life.

To this effect, the Ministry has partnered with notable spiritual leaders and organizations to carry out these programmes. Ministry of Culture has identified 75 prisons across the nation, primarily keeping in mind their association with National Freedom Struggle where these programs shall take place.

Five Organisations including Ramakrishna Mission, Patanjali, Art of Living, Isha Foundation, and Satsang Foundation have been roped into conducting programmes from 12th to 15th August in 23 states of the Country to facilitate Yoga, Meditation, and imparting of teachings of Sri Aurobindo to prison inmates.

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