Alaya Resort Ubud Initiates Sustainable CSR Program With Pasraman Gurukula Fondation Bali

Alaya Resort Ubud will support Pasraman Gurukula Foundation on a monthly basis by providing food and learning materials for students.

Alaya Resort Ubud Initiates Sustainable CSR Program With Pasraman Gurukula Fondation Bali
Alaya Resort Ubud
Alaya Resort Ubud has proudly established a partnership with Pasraman Gurukula Foundation to make an ongoing sustainable contribution to a local school and community in Bali. Following a site visit to the ashram located in Bangli on 23rd August 2019, a sustainable CSR agreement between the resort and the foundation was signed. 

TRIBUN-BALI.COM, UBUD - Alaya Resort Ubud has proudly established a partnership with Pasraman Gurukula Foundation to make an ongoing sustainable contribution to a local school and community in Bali.

Following a site visit to the ashram located in Bangli on 23rd August 2019, a sustainable CSR agreement between the resort and the foundation was signed.

This document states that Alaya Resort Ubud will support Pasraman Gurukula Foundation on a monthly basis by providing food and learning materials for students and making a financial contribution towards teacher salaries.

Pasraman Gurukula Foundation is non-profit educational ashram established in 2005 that is based on the Vedic philosophy.

The term Gurukula literally means "Family of Holy Teachers". Therefore, the foundation enables students and teachers to live together communally as a family.

The primary aim is to prepare children to become valued members of the community who abide by the Vedic concept, with the motto "VASUDHAIVA KUTUMBAKAM" that means the whole world is family.

Gurukula's education system emphasizes embracing a simple lifestyle with an intelligent mindset, which is suitable for dealing with today’s modern society.

This philosophy is able to overcome the gap between rich and poor communities and reduce discrimination caused by social status.

The concept of nonviolence and brotherhood is taught and practiced in the Gurukula environment to encourage loving attitudes towards each other and to prepare the children to maintain peace within themselves and in the outside world.

These teachings also accentuate the need to be a physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually perfect person who is prepared to do good work in the world.

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