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Global Movement for Compassion through Music

Updated: Jun 28



Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi's unwavering commitment to ending child labor and advocating for children's education has profoundly inspired us at Mukti Music. His relentless efforts through the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation, which has rescued over 100,000 children from child labor and trafficking, resonate deeply with our mission to provide music education. Satyarthi's vision of a world where every child can enjoy their fundamental rights to education, safety, and freedom aligns seamlessly with our goal of empowering children through the transformative power of music.


His global movement for compassion emphasizes the urgent need to protect the innocence and potential of every child. Satyarthi's dedication to mobilizing individuals and communities worldwide to fight against child exploitation is a testament to the power of collective action. By fostering compassion, he highlights that the well-being of children is a universal responsibility, transcending borders and cultures.


At Mukti Music, we believe that music education can play a pivotal role in shaping a brighter future for children, much like Satyarthi’s initiatives. We are deeply inspired by his journey and are committed to contributing to this global movement by nurturing young minds through music, fostering creativity, and instilling values of compassion and empathy. Together, we can create a harmonious world where every child has the opportunity to thrive.


Also did you know his ashram is called "Mukti Ashram"? While I came up with the name Mukti Music for our school/movement, I was unaware that his movement was called Mukti Ashram! So there is a divine connection right there. The stars are aligned :)


Best,

Ramya Shankar

Founder/Director

Mukti Music

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