Ravi Shankar makes his 3rd visit to Mongolia

On September 16, Deputy Prime Minister M.Enkhbold met with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, an Indian spiritual Guru- leader and founder of the ‘Art of Living’ humanitarian organization. He visits Mongolia for the third time.

M.Enkhbold expressed his satisfaction with meeting Ravi Shankar, a teacher Guruji “who has helped thousands of people in Mongolia and around the world and
who devotes his life to healthy life and the bests of the humankind”. He underlined that Mongolians fully support Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and that many people enjoy the benefit of training of the ‘Art of Living’ organization.
“I am confident that thousands of Mongolians wanted you to come here,” M.Enkhbold said and wished Ravi Shankar to enjoy a comfortable stay in Mongolia.
In response, Mr. Shankar mentioned the 25th anniversary of the ‘Art of Living’ organization, which took place in Bangalore, India with the participation of some two million people, and invited the Deputy Prime Minister to take part in the 30th
anniversary of the organization which will take place in February of 2011 in Germany.

Source:Mongol Messenger, Mongolian Weekly Newspaper of Montsame News Agency


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