Principle of “Doing Well by Doing Good or Doing Good by Doing Well”

Posted on 21/6/2014

Principle of “Doing Well by Doing Good or Doing Good by Doing Well”


Kavita Khosa is the Founder and Creative Director of Purearth. As a former lawyer at White & Case, Kavita has a strong passion for Women’s rights issues, which led to the making of “Slave Brides”, an award winning television documentary on the exploitation of Indian women abroad. Striving for a holistic lifestyle as a yoga teacher and Vedanta philosophy student, Kavita also established Sachananda Yoga Shala, a non-profit yoga school in Hong Kong after obtaining her Diploma in Ayurveda in 2004. She has an affinity for the plight of honeybees and a weakness for chocolate cake and a good glass of wine.

In a holistic Ayurvedic approach to well being that harnesses ancient wisdom for modern day needs. In the power of wild harvested, natural and organic ingredients, in their purest form. In ethically conscious, fair trade, sustainably developed products made by people, not factories. In bio diversity and support bio dynamic and organic farming methods. A fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay, irrespective of gender, and is the first step towards empowerment and equality.

Presented By: Pearl Institute (Formerly knowns as Anatolia Cultural & Dialogue Centre)

Time: 21st of June 2014 – Saturday- 07.00 – 09.00 pm

Venue: 909 CCWu Building, 302-308 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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