|Vipassana in Prison||Doing Time-Doing Vipassana||Hindi||
This documentary is the story of how hope came to one of the most notorious prisons in the world - Tihar Jail in New Delhi.
|Changing from Inside||English||
This documentary is a compelling account of an intensive pilot meditation program for inmates at the N.F.R. minimum security jail near Seattle, Washington. Under the guidance of both community volunteers and facility staff members, seven women inmates undertake ten days of total silence.
|Vipassana for the Welfare of the Prisoners||Hindi||
In this inspirational discourse, followed by questions & answers, at Nasik road jail, Mr. S. N. Goenka describes importance of Vipassana in reform centers by giving various examples from Buddha's time as well as the modern times.
|Vipassana in Society||Role of Dhamma for Better Governance||
In this discourse, Mr. Goenka explains how Dhamma can help in the betterment of the Society and how it can act as a tool for better governance
|Significance of Dhamma||Hindi||
In this discourse, Mr. Goenka explains how Dhamma can act as a unifying source for integration of society
|Acharya S.N. Goenka's Earthquake Message||Hindi||
In this discourse, delivered during the aftermath of Gujarat earthquake, Mr. S. N. Goenka explains, importance of kālika dāna (timely aid) and how the practice of Vipassana enables one to live an equanimous life in such great adversity.
|Inner Peace for World Peace||English||
Address by Mr. S. N. Goenka to the Millennium World Peace Summit on 29 August 2000 at the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations. In this address, he explained why every individual should be happy and peaceful to form an ideal society