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Shanti Bhavan and the Power of Dignity

Shanti Bhavan and the Power of Dignity

AN IMPORTANT LESSON OUR CHILDREN TEACH THE STAFF EVERY DAY Our children come from enormous hardships, and strive for a better life for themselves and their families. They have faced prejudice and discrimination, poverty and deprivation, yet they hold their heads high. Theirs is a lesson in dignity, and how real dignity has nothing to...
Shanti Bhavan Featured in Glamour Magazine

Shanti Bhavan Featured in Glamour Magazine

We’re proud to announce that Shanti Bhavan has partnered with Glamour Magazine and She’s The First to feature the story of one of our amazing young ladies, Keerthi of the 8th grade! Shanti Bhavan’s young women come from difficult backgrounds, but they prove that when cared for with dignity and attention, they succeed and will carry forward their...
Recent graduate Karthika featured in local News 9 interview

Recent graduate Karthika featured in local News 9 interview

Watch the wonderful 2 part interview on YouTube.
SB featured on ABC World News

SB featured on ABC World News

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Day 312: Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project

Day 312: Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project

Shanti Bhavan featured on Living Philanthropic! 
SB students and volunteers bring art to Bangalore

SB students and volunteers bring art to Bangalore

Shanti Bhavan volunteer Yazmany Arbodela, with the help of our students, put on an art exhibition in Bangalore.
Open Mic: Interview with Ravi Hutheesing

Open Mic: Interview with Ravi Hutheesing

Jago Mumbai Radio interview with Shanti Bhavan volunteer and professional musician Ravi Hutheesing on the program “Open Mic” (30:51).
An Interview with Dr. Abraham George

An Interview with Dr. Abraham George

Image-In-Asian features a full length interview with SB founder Dr. Abraham George, moderated by former volunteer Rahul Madhavan.

Shanti Bhavan Makes Academic History in India

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) released their results on Wednesday, and for the second year in a row the entire 10th grade class of Shanti Bhavan, a tuition-free home and school dedicated to Dalit (formerly known as “Untouchables” –  approximately 25% of India’s population of 1.1 billion) children, secured First Division...

Needed, a Giant Leap Forward

Needed, a giant leap forward By Nileen Putatunda, September 16, 2005 Education experts from the World Bank, Lantt Pritchett and Varad Pande – in a recent presentation at the Planning Commission – said that although substantial progress had been made, a lot more needed to be done to achieve the targeted results under the Sarva...

By George, Charity Begins at Home

By George, charity begins at home By Asha Rai, August 16, 2005 BANGALORE: WHAT does becoming the No 2 grower of bananas in South India have to do with running a state-of-the-art, residential school for underprivileged children? In Abraham George’s hands, they both become instruments for radical social intervention. In the first instance, helping landless...
Charlie Rose Interviews Dr. Abraham George

Charlie Rose Interviews Dr. Abraham George

Shanti Bhavan founder Dr. Abraham George sits down with Charlie Rose to discuss India and the school on May 18, 2005.