Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has founded courses that provide techniques and tools to live a deeper, more joyous life. He has established nonprofit organizations that recognize a common human identity above the boundaries of race, nationality and religion. His goal is to uplift people around the globe, to reduce stress, and to develop leaders so that human values can flourish in people and communities.


Tribal Pride Day - Preserving indigenous cultural heritage

Culture & Celebration


Tribal Pride Day - Preserving indigenous cultural heritage

November 15, 2021
Bengaluru, India

Applauding the announcement of November 15th as the national Tribal Pride Day, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar highlighted the need to preserve these indigenous cultures. He urged that there is a lot to learn from their traditional and environment-friendly lifestyle.

He interacted with tribal people representative, Mr. Horen Sing Bey, Member of Parliament and Mr. Tuliram Ronghang, Chief Executive Member, Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council along with their colleagues. People from tribal regions of India who are volunteering at the Art of Living center also joined the meeting.

Through their various service projects, The Art of Living and IAHV have been actively working towards bringing about a sustainable transformation around the world along with the remote and tribal areas in India.

Horen Sing Bey (MP) and Tuliram Ronghang (CEM, Karbi Anglong Association) meeting Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at the Bengaluru ashram

Gurudev meeting MP and other representatives from Assam's tribal areas

Tribal culture is the treasure of humanity, the wealth of the world. It is the duty of every citizen of our country to preserve this culture. Click To Tweet

Later, he also met the coordinators of the new batch of children from Assam who will receive free education in Art of Living’s international center in Bengaluru.