Resource posted by: The Mission in Earth
Created on: December 26, 2011
The Institute of Self development for Success in life based on 'Humanism and Moral values', 'Spiritual Wisdom', 'Attitude Management', 'Experiential education' and Practicing easy 'Thought Yoga Meditation', for international volunteers to learn and educates people about the universal religion of human being and the natural law of humankind - the 'Humanism'.
The 'ISSWAR International' is to Carry out people participatory experimental research on 'Spiritual Science' (Godly Service), which is an open-ended system of thought to know the system of Generation, Operation and Destruction (GOD) of the universe, and expands understanding and awareness of the Laws of Nature. Goal of this study and practice is service to humanity.
'ISSWAR International' is a humanitarian experiential international residential educational institution aimed at providing quality education for Children and Adults to promote the overall aspects of daily life - Practical, Social, Moral, Aesthetic and Intellectual.
'ISSWAR International' is to impart experiential and value education to expertise people in Natural Resource Management to enable individuals to tackle their environment everyday and ensure their survival, sustenance, peace and prosperity.
'ISSWAR International' is to educate people how to use their potentials in sustainable ways allowing them to contribute towards a healthy and peaceful world. This education project integrates moral and spiritual education in an environmental context for children and adults.
In order to implement the ISSWAR, a residential educational institution for international volunteers to learn and educates people about the universal religion of human being and the natural law of humankind - the 'Humanism', at Chitrachal Chariali, Pachim Nabagraha (West of the Nine Planet Temple) 21, Bhaskargiri, Kharghuli, Guwahati – 781004, India, Mission has started constructing guard walls and planting trees to materialize the vision of this extensive central project of the Eco-friendly Spiritual Education system, at the Nabagraha hill in the heart of the Guwahati city on the southern bank of River Brahmaputra, in Assam where volunteers and representatives from all over the world would come for experience, training and follow-up support by specialists to find a solution of the grave problem the Human Family is facing today.
The ISSWAR complex will develop and demonstrate multi storied and roof top horticulture, floriculture, sericulture, bee-keeping, birds and animal preservation, rain water harvesting, water treatment and solar energy utilization, waste management, food processing, handlooms and handicrafts units for best utilization of land resources and time. ISSWAR complex will comprise Missionaries Hostel, Administrative Office and Worker's Quarter, Library, Exhibition Hall, First Aid Clinic, Auditorium for Seminar, Cultural Program, and Ceremony etc.
The ISSWAR International is to carry out Spirituality and Humanism, World Analysis, Environmental Educational Research, promotion of responsive Eco-tourism and information exchange on environmental cooperation etc. It will take the responsibilities of an International Institute for Human Resource Development, where people from various walks of lives can learn and educate others for the sake of nature and humanity. This is the center of social harmony, cultural resources and humanity healing.
The Head Quarter of the ISSWAR, this Eco-complex will provide a different living experience with Nature to the Missionaries in a Royal and Typical traditional style. The ISSWAR complex will introduce a sustainable system of living in this concrete world. This Green Palace will be the resource centre for traditional Arts and Crafts and the Heritage of Diverse Culture of Northeast India.
The ISSWAR International is looking forward to work with the people from different countries to bring out the concept of 'Spiritual Science' before the global community raising awareness about the deteriorating condition of the universe and its consequence on humanism educating people about the ultimate goal of human existence.
Northeast is the richest part of India with its natural resources. It is the matter of great agony that the people of this land have no scope to utilize their own resources to reduce their poverty. No initiatives are taken in awakening the people to the key issues of sustainable development, to look over the linkage between ecology and human development and good management of their land, water and forest. Unless and until the young generation is educated to come forward and root out these evils, the future of the land is bleak.
To do something for the underprivileged, it is significant to enter deep into the people and know them in real. Let us be a true change agent for building the future of those in need and work not only for them but with them. This will bring far-reaching change in our actual practice of development; it is the only yardstick and a new beginning of a new horizon.
In this program, 'Traveler's Mission' welcomes you to the Northeast India – a land of indigenous people with unique cultures and breathtaking natural beauty and one of the selected and virgin destinations of the world with tremendous scope for responsive Eco-tourism.
In the Northeastern part of India most of the unemployed youths are frustrated and leading an uncertain life. Many of them are misguided, wrong directed and misused by the opportunist leaders. Some of them are suffering from psychological distress. In fact they have lost their faith in life due to no way of survival. Unless and until the young generation is educated to come forward and root out these evils, the future of the land is bleak.
Rural people here, like many other small traditional and balanced societies around the world, are particularly vulnerable to propaganda aimed at making them feel inferior and ashamed of their traditional ways of life. Old traditional masters are now passing away without transmitting their knowledge and skills. Unfortunately, today's youth are generally influenced by western cultures and do not realize the value of their own cultural heritage. These traditions may be lost forever unless something is done at the grass-root level to preserve and teach their values and benefits along with the general education.
Shrouded by mighty Himalayan hills, the entire North-East region is believed to be one of the most beautiful region in South Asia in terms of fetching immense opportunities of ecotourism. The dense forests lying in foothills of Himalayan hills are stunning in their natural beauty, and are home to many of wildlife parks including Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park, which are natural World Heritage Site. Besides, numerous of lovely waterfalls and caves are another beautiful attraction of the wonderful land of North-East India.
North-East India lie deep in the lap of easternmost Himalayan hills in north-eastern part of India. Connected to rest of India by merely 20 km of wide land (at Siliguri, West Bengal), the North-East India shares over 2,000 km of border with Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Guwahati 'The Light of the East' is the gateway to the North East region. The Nine Planet Temple on Chitrachal Hill in the heart of the capital city on the southern bank of river Brahmaputra is an important centre for the study of Astronomy and Astrology. This is the main station for the Mission from where you will enter different villages of Assam, Nagaland and Meghalaya by different transports like steam boat, ferry, bus, train, small vehicles and bicycle. It is a popular destination for tourists and visitors from India and Abroad round the year. The program may be extended to other states of the region subject to the term of volunteering and other conditions.
This community oriented actions and participatory research program is to experience the environmental resource, ecological factors in relation to human resource development, democracy, human rights and social, political and cultural differences within the country.
'Traveler's Mission' provides you the unique opportunity to get into the natives, be a part of them and learn about their land, culture, way of living, the prospects for their sustainable development etc. Staying with the locals you will find the relation between human values and tradition and the linkage between cultural beliefs, environment and socioeconomic stability. This knowledge will help you to educate the people to develop their capacities for proper utilization of natural and local resources in a planned, scientific and sustained manner.
You will enjoy the diverse and colorful cultures, customs and festivals of the natives, staying with them in a homely atmosphere. The mission organizes fun-filled study tours at regular intervals to know the bio-diversity and environmental impact on human resource.
ISSWAR has a house in the heart of the Guwahati city of Assam, which provides accommodation for the Missionaries. And also the family members of the Mission from the different villages arranges for the volunteer's stay with them. These arrangements provide only simple accommodations and local food with the people without any extra facilities, which give the Missionaries all the privilege to get into the people and be one with them. If you have an understanding mind, a mentality to trust others, love for the human family and this small planet Earth, willingness to take initiatives and work independently and collaboratively in a multicultural context, and the capacity to adjust with the living style of the poor people, you get the real value of human life in this Mission.
Participants are requested to enter deep into the rural poor, rising awareness about the deteriorating condition of the universe and its impact on humanity encouraging them to develop their traditional skills and indigenous technology for their sustainable development.
Living with the natives in different places, know the social, cultural, economical, political, environmental and ecological situations and the scopes for sustainable developments, and carry out a people participatory research for the establishment of the Eco-friendly Spiritual Education System.
Carry out a final project presentation for the establishment of the extensive central project of the Eco-friendly Spiritual Education System, where students, volunteers and representatives from far reach communities would come for experience, training and follow-up support by specialists.
Prepare the blueprint, features and presentation for the proposed ISSWAR complex adjusting through local custom, culture and environment on your observation of the Land, Area, local and natural resources, human resource capacities, infrastructure, environment, etc. and estimated cost for submission to the local Government and Financial Institutions for financial support for its implementation
Do campaigning about this all-inclusive project, for the vital needs of its implementation and Communicate with Well Wishers; concern Government Departments, Politicians, Supporters, Volunteers, and Donors for the establishment of the 'ISSWAR International' with the interest of human family.
Document the pictures of the criminal activities to Nature and Humanity in live and true story shootings to bring consciousness about all the 'apparently inoffensive habits' that daily contribute to this depleting inertia. Documentation of the indigenous technologies will be an added advantage for the preservation and wider responsible use of traditional knowledge, skills and resources, and will play a key role to educate people in the ambit of sustainable development.
Provide counseling to the unemployed youths for their Eco-friendly self-employment relating to local resources. Organize the rural poor to produce various Eco-friendly handlooms and handicrafts and Coordinate in promoting these products for their economical well-being.
Help in designing curriculum for the Eco-friendly Spiritual Education System including the preparation and development of training and resource materials.
Assist the director in correspondence for the smooth functioning of the Mission. Connect organizations and individuals interested for partnership in establishing the ISSWAR with a global interest.
Design events to raise awareness on health and environment and help in arranging free medical camps for the poor and needy. Organize cultural programs to develop understanding of diverse culture. Promote publications and maintain rapport with media.
You may interact with the children giving them English conversation training, Sanitation and hygiene related education, Health awareness, Gardening, Drawing, Playing and Entertainment programs like Music, Dancing etc. You may also get involved in different other activities of the mission, such as organizing cultural programs, conducting various events etc.
HOW TO JOIN?
Kindly ignore the registration page at www.isswarinternational.com and contact page at http:unitedhumanresource.free.fr
Please call Mission Director Pranab Saikia, @ +91 7896488220. He will receive you at Guwahati, the gateway of Northeast India. Guwahati is well connected by airways, railways and a network of roads with all the prominent cities of the country.
All interested organizations and individuals who would like to widen their scope of vision and multicultural understanding through traveling are invited to participate in the 'Traveler's mission'. We welcome one and all who are deeply concerned with the grave situation of Nature and Humanity.
Most importantly, participants should wish to expand their knowledge and understanding of human rights and the rights of the earth and have willingness to render their services for the sake of nature and humanity. We prefer those personalities who can take up the challenge boldly in an all-inclusive effort to make the mission a resounding success.
Your participation in this mission will be highly valued. We are in strong need of your guidance and support to save the deteriorating scene of this strained and distressed world. From the date of joining, ISSWAR takes every care for you including your food, Accommodations etc. in a homely environment and arranges all transportation during the mission.
WHAT TO BRING
Comfortable formal clothes and shoes for easy movement. Warm clothes for winters. Sleeping bag. Personal Medicine. You may carry a computer to carry out your work comfortably.
TERMS OF PARTICIPATION Presently, you can select any of the following three terms in this mission:
Long term traveling volunteers mission (6 months)
In this Six Months program, you get sufficient knowledge and experiences by exploring different places of the region to boost the mission in order to reach the goal. This long-term program allows you to enjoy a fruitful outcome of your great effort towards this global cause.
Medium-term traveling volunteers mission (3 months)
Even though 3 months time is not quite enough to visit more places, the knowledge and experiences that you gain by visiting various places within this time and interacting with the locals, you can make a significant contribution towards the goal.
Short-term traveling volunteers mission (1 month)
This 1 month time is just enough to know the ISSWAR and its people. However you can take initiatives by working individually or collaboratively for the purpose. Though Guwahati is our main station for the mission we have to spend major portion of the time in the rural areas for the purpose. We need to travel frequently from the remote villages to the towns and cities to communicate with concern Government Departments, Politicians, Supporters as well as the outer world, preparing for the establishment of the central project in the gateway of Northeast India, the naturally richest but economically poorest part of the country.
Guwahati, the head quarter of the mission, offers you something extra. Visit the places of Art and Culture, Zoo, Museum etc. Do take a boat ride or a walk by the riverfront. Make new friends and enjoy the social evenings.
As a part of your work, you will be visiting different places of Ecological, Socio-Cultural, Historical, Economical and political importance of Northeast India to gather information on scopes of sustainable development.
In this mission you will discover a world in centuries back, ungrudgingly blessed by Mother Nature with an abundance of natural scenic grandeur, a wealth of rarest flora and fauna with many endangered species of wildlife which includes the Rhinoceros, Golden Langur, Hoolock Gibbon, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, White Winged Wood-duck, Tiger, Clouded Leopard, Swamp Deer, Gangetic Dolphin etc.
You will visit Shillong and Cheerapunji in Meghalaya, a land of picturesque beauty and the National parks, wildlife sanctuaries and other reserve forests in Assam, to know the present situations of this natural world and prospects of responsive Eco-tourism in the region.
Adventurous journeys to hill stations, which are still virgin with their intense natural beauty, will connect you with the youth of indigenous communities in these highlands to know the daily reality of these ordinary people in this increasingly globalize world.
Warm hospitality of the people and real friendships will make you emotional, during your stay here.
At the end of the program the locals will felicitate you for your work and contributions towards the great cause. As a founder member of this extensive holistic education system with global aims, you will be in touch always with the organization and will be receiving the progress report of the 'Mission in Earth" from time to time wherever you are in the world.
All the basic principles of this mission are globally universal. We are looking for responsible organizations and individuals for sponsoring the Missionaries to this holistic purpose. However, the mission is launched on the basis of freely offered financial contribution of the participants.
The Missionaries, who are interested for the purpose but are not capable to bear their expenses, are cordially requested to look for sponsors, or raise fund in their locality, to meet their expenditures of this mission for a Universal cause.
The entire individual expenses of a participant is US$33 a day, in average, which includes, food, accommodations, all transportation and other miscellaneous expenditures during the mission. As the operation includes a lot of traveling, the expenditure for transport is the most.
Kindly specify a term of participating mentioning your Date of Birth, Sex, Nationality, Present address with phone number (if any) and your possible financial contribution to bear your individual expenses during the Mission in your Letter of Interest.
Please do not hesitate to call, @ +91 7896488220 or +91 9611816047 to ask me any question any time.
Thank you very much for your kind interest towards this great Universal Cause.
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