This spring, 17 children from six slums in India are embarking on a one-of-a-kind journey to share a message of love and oneness with the world. The Jai Jagat Show they will present is a 90-minute dance, drama and musical production celebrating the values that Mahatma Gandhi embodied. The show includes inspiration from other global heroes, like Malala Yousafzai, Wangari Mathai, Masahisa Goi, Yusra Mardini, and more. In the 150th year since Gandhi's birth, these young artistes hope to inspire audiences towards nurturing a brighter tomorrow for our planet. The troupe has spent eighteen months training with volunteer directors, choreographers and mentors at Manav Sadhna, an organization that has been serving underprivileged communities in Gujarat, India since 1995. Through the remarkable process they've undergone, the children have come to embody the values they portray in the Jai Jagat journey - the whole earth is one family.

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  • Mick O'Toole

    Everything about this story inspires me. The dances are just so lovely. These children are beautiful, the very best teachers of Jai Jagat. "Love all. Serve all. The world is our family." Thank you! _/\_ ♥.

  • kala

    Loving all and serving all, is a message that we should take to heart, and do our best to follow it in our own lives.

  • Deepak

    Inspirational . Love All , Serve All . A message of healing required in today's divise world .

  • Mohan NIshtala

    Their spirit in enacting but more importantly the ethos of living the ideals.

  • elza

    To teach them young is awesome. the ripple effect will be huge. Love Elza

  • Veronica

    "Children are the most precious treasure a community can possess, for in them are the promise and guarantee of the future." What a promising future these children show to us!

  • Cindy

    beautiful concept, beautiful volunteers, beautiful kids. May your message be multiplied a thousand times every time you perform!

  • foster goodwill

    Tears of joy! Thank you dear Light with in us all.

  • Margo

    Are the children coming to Toronto in Canada?

  • Laura

    The ripple effect of this troupe's journey is so needed in every corner of our planet! Blessings to all who have worked so diligently to share the message of ONE family and LOVE. I hope they visit Portland, Oregon!!

  • Nancy

    In tears of gratitude to the children - Hindus and Muslims dancing together and to Nimo Patel, Bharat Vaghela and the other volunteers for their inspiration in teaching the children not just dance but the art of living from values. Dancing in tribute to the world as one family! This was a priviledge to watch. Thank you.

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  • Find out more about the Jai Jagat performers, team members and 2019 tour.
  • Learn more about Manav Sadhna, the nonprofit organization that works in the slum areas where the performers live, guided by the principles of "love all, serve all."
  • Do you know any children with hidden potential? How might you encourage their talents to bloom?

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