The Lakulish International Fellowship’s Enlightenment Mission (LIFE Mission) is a Registered Public Charitable Trust based in Gujarat (India). It was founded in 1993 by Swami Rajarshi Muni, a practicing advanced yogi. The Mission is registered on 26.3.96 by the Assistant Charity Commissioner Bhavnagar, Gujarat, and bears Registration Number E/643/Surendranagar. Objectives of Life Mission To conduct a worldwide campaign for spiritual and cultural awakening. To promote and propagate the knowledge and practice of the ancient science of yoga. To help direct minds of people towards cultural, moral, ethical and spiritual values To serve humanity through selfless service without discrimination based on race, religion, nationality, caste or gender. Life Mission would fulfill these objectives by the following means: By forming cadres of workers comprised of various classes of renunciate and non-renunciate initiated disciples and setting up Mission SanskarKendras (Culture Centers) throughout the world to prosecute a global campaign to spread moral, ethical, spiritual and cultural values. By undertaking scientific teaching, training and extension of yoga and creating institutional capability for the same. By arranging public and private discourses of renowned spiritual persons on philosophical, cultural and spiritual matters to sensitize and awaken people towards cultural, moral, spiritual and ethical values. By spreading cultural, social and spiritual enlightenment through production and dissemination of appropriate literature and such other means. By undertaking community service and development works for public benefit. “Indian culture can even today receive respect and feel welcome everywhere and can guide the whole world because it is based on fundamental principles which can be found acceptable by all mankind. This way Indian culture has the capacity to become the culture of mankind”. Achievements The students of Lakulish Yoga have received great recognition worldwide. Total 1978 students of the university have participated in National and International Competitions and have gone on to win 1136 medals. 493 gold medals 351 silver medals 292 bronze medals The students have achieved 51 accolades; which include 10 Jaydeepsinh Baaraiya Awards 25 Sardar Patel Awards and 17 Eklavya Awards. 3 female students – ‘Miss Yogini of the World’ 3 female students – ‘Miss Yogini of the India’ 1 male student – ‘Mr. Yogi of the World’



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