Doing Time, Doing Vipassana

Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project

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A film by Eilona Ariel & Ayelet Menahemi. This is the story of an ancient meditation technique named Vipassana, which shows people how to take control of their lives and channel them toward their own good.It is the story of a strong woman named Kiran Bedi, the former Inspector General of Prisons in New Delhi, who strove to transform the notorious Tihar Prison and turn it into an oasis of peace. But most of all it is the story of prison inmates who underwent profound change, and who realized that incarceration is not the end but possibly a fresh start toward an improved and more positive life. Winner of the Golden Spire Award at the 1998 San Francisco International Film Festival. Winner of the 1998 NCCD Pass Awards of the American National Council on Crime and Delinquency.

Source: Karuna Films LTD

 

Cover Picture Source: Pixabay


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Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project

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