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Gratitude for a Better World

Abhar Utsav, the Gratitude Week (15th to 21st of November), is a celebration of thankfulness. By sending Thank You postcards, people all around the world strenghten connections with important people in their life, reduce their egos and hone happiness. A simple yet powerful action, Abhar Utsav is now a global initiative touching hearts from India, China, Vietnam, USA, Spain, Brazil and many more.

Gratitude for a Better World

Tuesday November 15, 2016,

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We often miss to acknowledge all that we are getting from the world and the people around us in our day to day life, usually taking things for granted. Abhar Utsav, the Gratitude Week (15th to 21st of November), is an opportunity to reflect about the contributions of important people in our lives and practice thankfulness. Gratitude is a simple and yet powerful attitude to strengthen connections, reduce our ego and hone Happiness.

"Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings"

Abhar Utsav started as a small gesture by some volunteers at a shelter home in Navi Mumbai, and now has become a globally driven initiative. With young people in India, USA, China, Vietnam, Brazil, Spain and several other countries celebrating Abhar Utsav, it will surely touch more than a million hearts this year.


There are many ways to celebrate the Gratitude Week. You can join hands to spread the attitude of by sharing Thank You postcards and inspiring people online using the #AbharUtsav hashtag. Find more about Abhar Utsav in the official website and like our facebook page!