Dr. Prabhavati Dwabha traveled around the world in search of purpose and meaning, and eventually found it in the lives of India's poorest children. Dr. Prabahvati is the founder of Ramana's Garden, an orphanage in the mountains of Northern India that provides food, shelter, clothing, education, and a future to abandoned, orphaned, and destitute children. In addition to the orphanage, she has also created programs that provide medical, vocational, and educational assistance to those living in these remote mountain villages.
iHanuman had the privilege of attending and recording an intimate living room talk by Dr. Prabhavati on May 29, 2007, during her most recent visit to the United States. At this special gathering she shared the history of Ramana's Garden, inspiring success stories, and the personal lessons about hope, resilience, and divine abundance that she has learned from her greatest teachers: her kids.
If you would like more information on Dr. Prabhavati and Ramana's Garden, please visit her website at www.sayyesnow.org. If you would like to financially support the work she and the other dedicated volunteers are doing there, you can make a tax-deductible donation through the U.S. non-profit group Friends of Ramana's Garden.