YOTI Foundation have decided to give awards whose are working for the betterment of the society from the diverse background by the name of Late. Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh.
Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh (1 December 1886 – 29 April 1979) was a freedom fighter & the President of first Provisional Government of India. He also formed the Executive Board of India in Japan in 1940 during the Second World War. In recognition of his services, the government of India issued postage stamps in his honor.

He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1932.[1][7] N.A. Nilsson, his nominator, said about him
“Pratap gave up his property for educational purposes, and he established a technical college at Brindaban. In 1913 he took part in Gandhi’s campaign in South Africa. He traveled around the world to create awareness about the situation in Afghanistan and India. In 1925 he went on a mission to Tibet and met the Dalai Lama. He was primarily on an unofficial economic mission on behalf of Afghanistan, but he also wanted to expose the British brutalities in India. He called himself the servant of the powerless and weak.”
He started the new religion Love and devoted his whole life for the betterment of the society.

“Be curious, and however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at. It matters that you don’t just give up.”

-by Stephen Hawking


Our young citizens today are facing several challenges. These challenges are new to our society and thus very few people are equipped to cope with them. They are however, taking a very high toll on the budding generation. In India, one person kills him/herself every five minutes and majority of these victims range from age 15 to 29. India ranks amongst the top countries of the world for incidents of student suicide. Added to this is the fact that more youngsters struggle with addiction than ever before. Statistics reveal that the use of illicit drugs is on a constant rise; numbers report around 3 million victims. In Punjab alone the numbers are shocking! 75% of its youth are severely addicted to drugs that are 3 out of 4 children

Peer pressure, Depression, Stress, Career indecision, unemployment, Competition etc. are just some of the issues that doom our youngsters towards a life of suffering and regret. If this is not enough appalling enough, there is the ever increasing number of rapes, violence, and other forms of anti-social behavior by our young citizens. We are in a situation of crisis to say the least.





“A human is not a being; he is a becoming. He is an ongoing process – a possibility. For this possibility to be made use of, there is a whole system of understanding the mechanics of how this life functions and what we refer to as yoga.”

-by Sadguru