Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Net Worth

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is a renowned spiritual leader and humanitarian ambassador, born on May 13, 1956 in Papanasam, Tamil Nadu, India. He is the founder of the ‘Art of Living Foundation’, a non-governmental organization that provides humanitarian services to people around the world. His vision is to create a violence-free and stress-free world, and he has been working towards this goal through his teachings, public events, and Art of Living workshops. He also promotes the use of a powerful breathing technique called the ‘Sudarshan Kriya’ to bring about positivity and vigor. His efforts have been recognized and honored by many, and his ideologies have reached out to over 300 million people around the world.
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Who is it? Spiritual & humanitarian leader
Birth Day May 13, 1956
Birth Place Papanasam, Tamil Nadu, India, Indian
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar age 67 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Gemini
Religion Hinduism
Founder of Art of Living Foundation, International Association for Human Values, World Forum for Ethics in Business
Guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Literary works Celebrating Silence, An Intimate Note to the Sincere Seeker, God Loves Fun, Ashtavakra Gita, Patanjali Yoga Sutras, etc.
Honors Sri Sri

💰 Net worth: $200 Million

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is widely recognized as a spiritual and humanitarian leader in India, and his net worth is estimated to reach an impressive $200 million by 2024. A renowned guru and founder of the Art of Living Foundation, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has dedicated his life to promoting inner peace, happiness, and overall well-being. Through his teachings, meditation techniques, and contribution to social causes, he has garnered immense respect and a large following both in India and abroad. With his immense wealth, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar continues to make a positive impact on society by funding various charitable initiatives and bringing about positive change in the lives of countless individuals.

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In 2009, Shankar was named by Forbes Magazine as the fifth most powerful leader in India.



In the 1980s, Shankar initiated a series of practical and experiential courses in spirituality around the globe. He says that his rhythmic breathing practice, Sudarshan Kriya, came to him in 1982, "like a poem, an inspiration," after a ten-day period of silence on the banks of the Bhadra River in Shimoga, in the state of Karnataka, adding, "I learned it and started teaching it".


In 1983, Shankar held the first Art of Living course in Switzerland. In 1986, he travelled to Apple Valley, California in the US to conduct the first course to be held in North America.


In 1992, he started a prison programme to rehabilitate prison inmates and help them reintegrate into society.


In 2003, he initiated the Ethics in Business - Corporate Culture & Spirituality dialogue with an aim of strengthening human values and ethics in Business. This evolved later on in the formation of the World Forum for Ethics in Business which convenes international conferences on ethics. World Summit on Ethics in Sports, a one-day event held in September 2014 at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, focused on "morality and openness" in Sports.


His volunteers assisted the 2004 tsunami victims, Hurricane Katrina victims, in Haiti, and many other regions of conflict and natural disaster.


During his visits to Iraq, at the invitation of Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki, in 2007 and again in 2008, he met with political and religious Leaders to promote global peace. In November 2014, Ravi Shankar visited the relief camps in Erbil, Iraq. He also hosted a conference to address the dire condition of Yazidis and other non-Muslims in the region.


Ravi Shankar is involved in interfaith dialogue and currently sits on the Board of World Religious Leaders for the Elijah Interfaith Institute. Through interfaith summits in 2008 and 2010, he has been engaging faith-based Leaders for collective action against HIV. In July 2013 at a meeting in UNAIDS headquarters in Geneva, issues including HIV prevention, gender based violence, stigma and discrimination were discussed.


In 2009, Shankar was named by Forbes Magazine as the fifth most powerful leader in India.


In 2012, Ravi Shankar, while attending a function in Jaipur, claimed that some Indian government schools are breeding grounds for Naxalism, a movement of militant communist groups in India declared to be terrorist organisations. "All government schools and colleges should be privatised. The government should not run any school. It's often found that children from government schools get into Naxalism and violence. Children from private schools don't get into this," he was quoted as saying by media reports. Later, Shankar issued a clarification that he didn't mean that all government schools breed Naxalism. More clarification followed on his Twitter account: "I specifically referred to sick government schools in Naxal affected areas. Many who have turned to Naxalism have come from these schools. I did not say all Govt schools (where lakhs study) breed Naxalism. Great talents have emerged from these schools & I would never generalize."


NONVIO was launched as a nationwide movement by Shankar's foundation in March 2013 with the aim of eliminating violence. It encourages individuals to pledge one act of non-violence through different social and online media and adopt nonviolent principles in government, public health, and media.


A number of medical studies on its preparatory practices have been published in international peer-reviewed journals. A range of mental and physical benefits are reported in these studies, including reduced levels of stress (reduced cortisol—the "stress" hormone), improved immune system, relief from anxiety and depression (mild, moderate, and severe), increased antioxidant protection, and enhanced brain function (increased mental focus, calmness, and recovery from stressful stimuli), among other findings.


Ravi Shankar "brokered" the peace deal between the Colombian government and the guerrilla movement FARC during his visit to Cuba in June 2015. The FARC agreed to follow the Gandhian principle of non-violence to attain its political objectives & social justice.


The South Asian Forum for Peace was launched in November 2016 at a conference titled "Kashmir Back to Paradise" in Jammu. According to Ravi Shankar, 90% of people in Kashmir want peace but are neglected. He added, “The solution to the Kashmir Problem can only come from the Kashmiris". This forum would bring together eight South Asian countries to cooperate and work in areas such as entrepreneurship, skill development, cultural exchange, educational partnerships and women empowerment initiatives among others.


Ravi Shankar's efforts at mediation in the Ayodhya dispute in 2017 received a mixed response from both Hindu and Muslim Leaders. Based on Supreme Court of India's suggestion for an out-of-court settlement, he proposed a mutual compromise where both communities "gift" neighbouring pieces of land to each other. This proposal was met with a lot of skepticism and resistance.

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