Mahavidya Girl's School Project

Inspired by the work of Shri Param Eswaran, the Mahavidya Girls
School was created by Sri Devanayagi Parameswaran to give a safe, loving
environment for the next generation of Mothers in India. After spending more than
100,000 Euro over 7 years of Shri Param's personal income, and lack of support
from the world community he decided to return to Malaysia, where we will be
offer Para-Tan and the Living Goddess Tradition.

Location: India
Members: 29
Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2011

Come help the Children of India

Please be a foster parent to a child, just for $36 per month. The will attend an English media school, which less privileged village children in Tamil Nadu do not enjoy. Enjoy the opportunity of changing a young child's life forever!

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Painting of the classroom, and building the kitchen

Started by Devanayagi Parameswaran. Last reply by maria angelica sassone Sep 20, 2009. 1 Reply

Mahavidya Girl's School Project

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Comment by ABED MALHAS on May 26, 2011 at 6:30pm

Nobel Prize 4 Children;

The addition of children to Nobel; It will take a moment of your time but will impact for a lifetime; please send Emails to;; to include NOBEL PRIZE 4 CHILDREN; Imagine the great positive effect- to all World children-student-university-education- culture-innovation-education outlet-industry-media-etc.  & all humanity; let us all join to bring this beautiful concept to reality; CASA ( 9680  Member / 155 Country & growing ); Imagine a million child  from UR country or globally; 2 send  emails in one day ( they will be at Guinness World records; Please in any event U do try 2 have an internet corner 4 people 2 debate & send   emails 2 Nobel committee supporting the idea of - NOBEL PRIZE 4 CHILDREN;

Comment by Claudia on October 23, 2009 at 7:12pm
What a moving poem Asheesh, and what a wonderful project.
I am humbled and with gratitude and thanks to those that do make this world a better place and not just talk but walk the walk.
Comment by ASHEESH KUMAR on October 23, 2009 at 4:41pm

Bholi is the younger sister of the garbage collecting boy in one of my blogs..she is very beautiful and intelligent but unnoticed by hundreds of passers by ….. she wanted to go to school like other children of her age, but her parents cant afford to send her school…ultimately I took this responsibility to send her school as long as I could afford….I don’t want to tell the whole world my responsibility but want to share with my friends. Our intelligence, arts, opulence and creative pursuits are in vain, if we don’t think to make someone smile….like Bholi..I dedicate this poem to her…
It was just a thought, no more
I’d never been caught, before.
Never knew thinking was a crime
but now I’m inside serving my time.

I though of injustice,
starvation and greed
the homeless and the destitute
in their hour of need.

I thought of a way of
changing the world
I thought of the day
the truth would unfurl.

I thought of the people
with nothing to eat
I thought of the children
no shoes on their feet

I thought of the wives
being brutally battered
people turning their heads
as if nothing mattered

I thought of the hardships
we have to endure
why so few are rich
yet so many are poor

I thought of atrocities
too many to name
do they know what they’re doing?
do they not feel any shame?

I thought of a country being invaded
the rights of the indigenous being evaded
the battle hero being paraded
bio fuel being downgraded.

I thought of the world
full of despair
so many could help
but they just don’t care

I thought of the tears
on the face of a child
after all those years
still running wild

I thought of a man bathing in sin
watched on by the devil bearing a grin.
My painting Bholi
Comment by Shakti on October 20, 2009 at 5:44pm
Namaste` Devanayagi ;-) I hope everthing is well ;-) sending u love & light from GErmany ... Prem & Shanti Nadine
Comment by Muhammad Khurshid on June 25, 2009 at 2:07pm
It is really a great pleasure for me to be in this group, which has been formed by one of my dearest friends. I shall be praying for the peace and happiness of all the members.
Comment by Maria Sotomayor on March 5, 2009 at 5:18am

Wishing much success in this great project!!!
Comment by Devanayagi Parameswaran on February 28, 2009 at 8:45am
Salutations my divine Basant Soni

Thank you visiting. Help us in what ever way you can, we need it all.

Comment by Basant Soni on February 27, 2009 at 8:55pm
Devanayagi P.
Thanks. i Feel pride to become member of this project of children...i'll try to do my best to help children...................

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