The Member of Parliament from Rajsamand, Dia Kumari reached Balodaya camp being organized at the Children’s Peace Palace of Anuvibha and interacted with the children. The MP asked the children to never let the mental tension dominate them. She emphasized that along with the regular studies, developing interest in sports, art, music is helpful in achieving success in life.

Diya Kumari said that Anuvibha is doing a very good job and she would like to take time out soon and get involved with its activities. Activists including Anuvibha’s president Mr. Sanchay Jain, treasurer Mr. Jagjivan Chordia welcomed the MP.

85 children from Government High School Lavana, Modern Public School, Rajyavas and Savita International School, Nandoli participated in this 3-day residential camp aimed at developing a culture of peace and nonviolence among our new generation.


ANUVRAT Movement aims at social and national transformation through individual transformation and its foundation is child development. Childhood is the most appropriate stage for personality development. ANUVIBHA is doing this quintessential work through ANUVRAT Balodaya.

Acharya Tulsi, Founder, ANUVRAT Movement

Children’s Peace Palace is a great creation. I understand, in Balodaya model practiced at the Children’s Peace Palace, the emphasis is made on enhancing children’s emotional competence which is possible only when children stay and spend some time in a special environment created for them. I am very happy to know that this model is based on child psychology. This is most valuable and worthy of emulation by other schools.

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, FormerPresident of India

I give more importance to this centre than the Disneyland of California which have costed billions of dollors. The reason, in the Disneyland you will find only entertainment but here there is quality at every corner. I would love to call it the Children’s Peace Palace.

Prof. Glenn D. Paige, Founder, Centre for Global Nonkilling, USA