festival films: spiritual india: river of compassion

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The Ganges River is the mother of India, yet she is endangered by pollution. Meet Swamiji Muni Baba and other great Indian minds who refuse to let her die.

  • grant: $50,000 - M.C. Mehta Environmental Foundation

    To provide a forum for concerned citizens, NGO’s, and activists working for the survival of living beings, sustainable development, and social change.

  • grant: $50,000 - Jaipur Virasat Foundation

    To preserve all aspects of local culture, including art, music, and language in Rajasthan.

  • grant: $500,000 - Rescue Foundation

    To rescue, rehabilitate, and empower trafficked women and children and help them reenter society.

  • grant: $50,000 - Tiger Watch

    To support the task force and interventions that aid in the preservation of the Bengal tiger.

  • grant: $35,000 - Ramana's Garden (through Friends of Ramana's Garden)

    To provide housing and education to children who are homeless, neglected, refugees, or otherwise disadvantaged.

  • grant: $100,000 - India Heritage Research Foundation

    To support schools and orphanages that provide young children with the opportunity to learn, grow, achieve, and become productive members of society.

  • grant: $150,000 - Kiran Society

    To support special education in small groups with methods adapted to individual student needs.

  • topic: hinduism

  • location: rishikesh

  • location: varanasi

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festival films: spiritual india: river of compassion

The Ganges River is the mother of India, yet she is endangered by pollution. Meet Swamiji Muni Baba and other great Indian minds who refuse to let her die.

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