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Research Study Proves Effectiveness of Health Workers The study shows that the Amrita SeRVe health worker program is effectively supplementing the work of the government employed ASHA and Anganwadi workers. READ FEATURE manava seva madhava seva Service to humankind is service to God – the ideal taken to heart of Amrita students. READ FEATURE Ramayana Epic Develops Devotion Following the tradition of storytelling, the gurukula teachers impart the wisdom of this huge epic story by story. READ FEATURE Most Precious Foundation The Amrita Gurukulam program ensures the continuity of our most precious foundations and roots of values and spirituality. READ FEATURE International Yoga Day 2020 The purpose of Yoga is for our inner well-being. READ FEATURE
When Trees are Falling

When Trees are Falling

During the 2016 tours across India, Amma gave saplings to villagers to encourage them to start "greening" their dwelling spaces. ...
Construction for Change

Construction for Change

We explore the next stage in the evolution of traditional mud blocks called Compressed Stabilised Earth Blocks (CSEBs)--a building method that combines traditional wisdom and modern approach. ...
A Handful of Seeds

A Handful of Seeds

Carrying a handful of seeds blessed by Amma, Amrita SeRVe sevites visited our village in Andhra Pradesh to initiate a small tree nursery. ...
In Seva for Ugadi

In Seva for Ugadi

Fifty students and five faculty members from Amrita University joined together to serve in Komalikudy during the Telugu new year at the end of February. ...
Learning Holistic Health

Learning Holistic Health

“All villages should be like this,” said Amma to the 24 women from nine different states who completed health worker training at the end of February. The program focuses on how to take a holistic approach to improve the health of people in villages. ...
Upcycling to Empower

Upcycling to Empower

Twenty women came to Amritapuri for a two-week course in tailoring and crochet via upcycling. The students from Amrita SeRVe villages were taught how to take old and discarded materials and make them into new things—things that can often be sold for a higher price. ...
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