What does “Shanti” mean?

This is the word Shanti in Sanskrit

This is the word Shanti in Sanskrit

Shanti is a Sanskrit word meaning peace, rest, tranquility and bliss. Frequently chanted in yoga, it reflects the charity’s ambition to bring peace to people who are suffering on the asian sub-continent.
Many victims face discrimination due to their circumstances.
Shanti International is a charity which aims to help these people.

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About Shanti-International-Charity

Shanti International is an international charity dedicated to empowering under-privileged people and improving their economic and social well-being. A simple ethos of giving others what we take for given underpins all our projects whether we are providing education, support or medication for preventable diseases. In a fair society, everyone should be able to live a life where opportunities are available for them to improve their situation. Shanti International envisions a world where each individual has basic human rights, the freedom, confidence and community support to address any social problems and bring about change. At the heart of any help we provide for the vulnerable, is the aim of helping individuals take advantage of all the possible opportunities that exist for them, so that the most disadvantaged people can live an independent life. We are not limited by causes and strive to be wherever a helping hand is needed. From addressing the legitimate concerns of people and families living with HIV/AIDS and providing care and support services; to protecting young girls and women from crimes like domestic violence, trafficking for flesh trade, child prostitution, child labour and other forms of exploitation, Shanti International is there to take a stand.
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