Mumbaikars Participate in Huge Event – Rally For Rivers at Worli

Mumbaikars are set to welcome the Rally For Rivers campaign on 18th September 2017 at SCI, Worli. Already very good response through individuals and groups from Mumbai taking part in a nationwide campaign by Sadguru from Isha Foundation.Mumbaikars are set to welcome the Rally For Rivers campaign on 18th September 2017 at SCI, Worli. Already very good response through individuals and groups from Mumbai taking part in a nationwide campaign by Sadguru from Isha Foundation.

The campaign for Rally for Rivers started on 1 st Sept 2017 at Coimbatore now will reach Mumbai.

Rally for Rivers Event-Mumbai18 September, 7.30pm to 9.30pmSVP Stadium, NSCI, Worli, Mumbai(Free Entry. All are Welcome)

Click here to register for the event

The main feature of the event is performances by:
Kailash Kher, Shaan, Prahlad Acharya, Sonu Kakkar, Sachin Gupta, Rituraaj, Darshan Raval

For more information,

contact: 9820174743

email: maharashtra@rallyforrivers.org

What is Rally for Rivers?

Rally for Rivers is a nation-wide campaign of Isha Foundation to save rivers in the country and would see founder Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev himself travel about 7,000 km from Kanyakumari, covering 16 states to create awareness on the issue. Read for more details

Ganga, Krishna, Narmada, Kaveri – many of our great rivers are depleting fast. If we do not act now, the legacy we hand over to the next generation will be one of conflict and deprivation. These rivers nurtured and nourished us for thousands of years. It is time we nurture and nourish them back to health.

This is not a protest. This is not an agitation. This is a campaign to raise awareness that our rivers are depleting. Everyone who consumes water must Rally For Rivers.

Three Reasons for this campaign:

1) Make everyone aware of the crisis our rivers are facing

2) Create awareness among all sections of society about the need to Rally for Rivers

3) Garner public support and momentum for the government to implement a positive river policy

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