In rural areas, girls have fewer opportunities for jobs and education. But same is the case for boys in the villages as well. Defying the misconception associated to girls being less productive and a burden, Gurumaa clarified that besides the daily job work, girls manage the house hold chores as well. And in order to improve the conditions in villages, a new club has been launched: The Mystic Club. You can enroll in this club and get trained to become a volunteer so that you can go to rural areas and talk about education, jobs, talk about changing mindsets of people.
Last year alone, Ashram had covered entire Sonipat district. Young disciples associated to the mission used to carry laptops to reach these corners and train the girls about possibility of earning money through internet. Besides, girls are made aware of the possible opportunities whereby girls can earn money while sitting at home. Also, girls are given training on becoming effective entrepreneurs. We invite young people who have passion, who can spare time, and are willing to serve. Because when you serve, you become god, when you educate someone, you yourself become Brahma. It is very easy to go to the temples and bow to scriptures, but to see the god in these living beings is the real thing. Watch the video that invites you to be a part of the initiatives of the Master.