Study & Analysis Of Human Anthologies For Social Happiness Foundation

Empowering and inspiring underprivileged youth
“Our purpose is to promote human qualities.”
Traditions
Sikhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism
Number of Members
25
Region
Sub-Region
North India
Location
Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Joined URI Network

The Study & Analysis Of Human Anthologies For Social Happiness Foundation (SAAHASH) Cooperation Circle is based in Punjab, India, and is made up of 25 young adults from Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, and Jain communities. Motivated by their belief in diversity in different cultures, these members aim to address social issues through sessions on motivation, building passion, chasing dreams, respecting morals and safety in unity and in diversity. They believe in qualities that are inherently human, such as trust, discipline, patience and dedication, which help humanity grow and better itself. They share their vision with students and underprivileged kids through different skill-building techniques that help them live happier lives.

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