31 March 2022
Founder of the Art of Living, global humanitarian and spiritual master, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will be holding a ‘Mahasatsang’ on Sunday – April 3 at the site of the upcoming ‘Wellness City’ next to Chitkara University on the Chandigarh-Patiala Highway. Details of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s upcoming tricity itinerary were given at a press meet held at the Press Club here by Suresh Goyal and Amita Bawa both Apex members of Art of Living (AOL) and Sumit Singla, a young Director of Prime Land Promoters and Builders(PLPB) and Lohit Bansal, Director (PLPB) and AOL teacher, along with Madhu Pandit , media coordinator Art of Living.
“The ‘Mahasatsang’ will start at 5.30 pm. Over 15000 Gurudev’s followers are expected to attend the ‘Mahasatsang.’ Preparations for the mega event are underway in full swing ,” said Lohit Bansal, Director, PLPB ‘The Wellness City’. Suresh Goyal, an apex member of Art of Living (AOL) said, “Hon’ble Governor Sh Banwari Lal Purohit will be the Chief Guest at the Maha Satsang with many other dignitaries likely to grace the event as well.”
It is to be noted that The Wellness City, when fully ready will comprise an Art of Living Ashram, the largest one in north India. “Located in a lush green area, and spread across 20 acres of land, the Ashram will have a meditation hall, international school, Ayurveda College and many other features,” said Sumit Singla, Director, PLPB.
It was informed that apart from the Ashram the Wellness City will have a sprawling 90 acres area which will be uniquely designed with ample access to natural light, clean air, and abundant & diverse nature. “The Wellness City will be a one of a kind endeavour. Its USP is that we have engaged International Architects for designing and building the project. Sharing more details about the project, Sumit Singla said that ‘The Wellness City’ will have a central plaza driveway for access and an integrated pedestrian walkway through the entire community with overhead bridges for safe access. There will be a separate network for pedestrian and traffic flow. Lohit Bansal informed that the project will offer sustainable living with ample heating, ventilation and cooling facilities along with efficient rainwater harvesting provision. The entire project is energy friendly with low power consumption.
PLPB is proud to be associated with the Art of Living (AOL) and bringing North India’s biggest Ashram to the region. The Ashram is a part of The Wellness City by PLPB being built up by seeking inspiration from the 5 elements of life – water, earth, fire, water and the soul which is envisaged as an oasis of tranquility and wellness. Designed by the top International architects with bioclimatic architecture the wellness city is designed for physical, social, intellectual and spiritual wellness for denizens across the country.
Amita Bawa, also an apex member of Art of Living said, “The Ashram will be the center for all of the organization’s service activities and Meditation and Breath programs in north India.
The Art of Living is a principle, a philosophy of living life to the fullest, its core value is to find peace within oneself and to unite people in our society – of different cultures, traditions, religions, nationalities; and thus reminding us all that we have one goal to uplift human life everywhere. The organization believes in the idea of ‘We share we care’ Recently, The Art of Living has also been involved in relief work in Ukraine by taking in and providing trauma relief for over 5000 refugees including students from Punjab who were stuck in Ukraine. The organisation’s de-addiction programs have reached over 10,000 people in the state in 80 villages.
It is noteworthy that PLPB, a young real estate developer, believes in delivering environmentally responsible and sustainable projects for communities and is taking the Art of Living vision ahead through their upcoming Wellness city, one of its and the most unique township being developed. “PLPB is dedicated towards delivering the most ingenious and ground breaking projects to elevate the community,” summed up Sumit.