Art of Giving celebrated worldwide

BHUBANESWAR: Art of Giving (AOG), an initiative in accordance with the philosophy that practices giving as an artwork, used to be celebrated its sixth annual commemoration on Friday. The celebrations were inaugurated in KISS and KIIT campuses by means of AoG founder Achyuta Samanta.

Samanta addressing the gathering said KISS and KIIT are the most productive examples of Art of Giving, as these organizations are following this philosophy throughout remaining 27 years. "KIIT is giving where KISS is receiving and spreading happiness among thousands of poorest of the poor tribal children. AoG is a platform that gives people a chance to give something to others," he added.

AoG used to be celebrated far and wide India and 120 nations around the globe including South Africa, Bangladesh, Turkey and Taiwan at over 1 lakh centres. Nearly 10 million other people worldwide including four million other people in Odisha joined the AoG movement by means of gifting baggage containing finding out and stationery fabrics for kids contributed by means of beneficiant other people impressed by means of the philosophy of Art of Giving. The theme of this 12 months is "Bag of Happiness" (Khusiyon ki Delivery), said a observation issued by means of the KIIT.

The concept is "People's Contribution, People's Participation" to succeed in the motto of "Education for All". For the first time, UNESCO and Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) are collaborating with Art of Giving this 12 months.
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