October 5, 2017

Yoga Line Products

Dear Friends, as you already know that apart from providing other types of vocational training to our girls at Food for Life Vrindavan, we also provide sewing and embroidery training not only to our school girls but also to the local women of Vrindavan so that they may help themselves and work independently. We are pleased to share with you that new designs directly from our sewing and embroidery training centre are ready. We have cushion covers, hand bags and a few items in “Yoga Line” like Yoga mat bags and yoga bag straps. So, if you are in Vrindavan, make sure you don’t miss out on these hand made designs by the girls of FFLV Schools.
October 5, 2017

Meditation & Education

Scientists are discovering that meditation can significantly improve a person’s physical and mental health. In seeking a more permanent and satisfactory solution to the physical and mental problems, many people (including doctors and psychologists) have now turned towards meditation and have got impressive results. On the occasion of World Holy Name week from 9th to 17th September, 2017, International Society of Krishna Consciousness conducted a three day seminar, emphasizing on the importance of meditation and its positive impact on the academic performance of the children. A total of 197 girls from grade 6th, 7th and 8th from Sandipani Muni School attended the seminar and learned how important it is to meditate and that they can academically improve their performance through meditation. The girls have already started practicing what they learnt and are experiencing a gradual change in themselves and in their studies.
October 5, 2017

The Most Expensive Meal of My Life: Daleep, UK

I went to Vrindavan, India, being of Indian origin, but never having lived in India. I live a comfortable life materially in the U.K. but, I truly wanted to be moved. The inner thirst that needed to be quenched that no amount of pounds or dollars in the UK could. I was then, told about the “Food for Life Vrindavan” a project headed by Rupa Raghunath Das.     I arrived in Vrindavan. Rupa had incorporated a school that educates young girls from the shanty towns of Vrindavan. The morning assembly had the hairs on the back of my neck stand with true appreciation of the love given to the young girls. After the assembly, I was introduced to four young ladies that had graduated from the school. The girls were so eloquent and articulate. In our conversation with the girls, one young lady invited me and Rupa to supper […]