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Welcome to The Banaras Educational and Social Trust.

The Banaras Educational & Social Trust had done various consolidated activities and support services in society of different districts of country. To achieve this, trust was planned for implementing to make the lives of poorer section of all categories by availing skill and Yoga education and provide supports and opportunities for achieving their aim of leading a life with dignity and self-respect.

The Banaras Educational & Social Trust provided awareness generation by interpersonal communication, street plays, film shows, road shows, etc. may be considered for self-help and advocacy groups, involvement of parents and community mobilization for bringing about a change in social attitude towards disability, unemployment and illiterate; provided individual or group based educational, psychological and emotional, support services for different section of society.


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The Skill Development programme to provide vocational education and training to the youth of India. Under this programme, youth will be imparted training and courses to enhance their skills to make them more eligible and qualified for better jobs.

Developing a career in a chosen field is something many of us aspire to. Experience alone, in many cases does not suffice when employers are seeking to promote their staff. By undertaking further training, the opportunity to develop your career is enhanced


The origin is a Sanskrit word Yog meaning union. Yoga is a union of the organ systems in the body with the consciousness in the mind. Philosophically, yoga produces a union of body, mind, and energy (or soul or spirit) to bring about a state of equanimity (calmness). Progressing to an even more advanced state, blending science and philosophy, one experiences a union of body, mind, internal energy, and the all-pervading cosmic energy, resulting in better physical health, mental control, and, ultimately, self-realization.

Yoga works on the level of one’s body, mind, emotion and energy. This has given rise to four broad classifications of Yoga: karma yoga, where we utilize the body; bhakti yoga, where we utilize the emotions; gyana yoga, where we utilize the mind and intelect; and kriya yoga, where we utilize the energy.



“Woman must not accept; she must challenge. She must not be awed by that which has been built up around her; she must reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression.

India is a land of customs, tradition and practices which have developed through centuries to centuries. These customs, tradition and practices become the consciousness of our society. We are worshipped of female goddesses and also give great importance to our mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and other female relatives or friends. But with the same time, we never forget the male superiority complex and patriarchal system of society. Hence, to eliminate ill practices and discrimination against women we need to empower women.

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