Frequently Asked Questions

What is the meaning of "Oasis"? 

"Oasis" means a fertile, green and lush watery region in dry and plain desert! It is having a shadow of coconut tree for rest and water for drinking.


What is the Oasis Movement? 

Oasis Movement is propagation of various concepts and lifestyle for development of better human-being and better society.


What is the aim of Oasis Movement? 
"Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam" means well-being of the whole earth. Community development through individual self-development is what oasis movement propagates.


Who can be the member of Oasis Movement? 

Any person can become member of Oasis Movement.


What is the core activity of Oasis Movement? 

Leadership and Management Training Programs for various groups is the core activity of Oasis Movement.

How was Oasis movement originated? In 1989, a group of 10-12 enthusiastic youths started informal gatherings at Vadodara, Gujarat. Gradually 250-300 youths became part of these weekly self-development sessions on various aspects of life. In 1991, Oasis started focusing on programmes for youths of university/colleges. Thereafter in 1992, Oasis got involved into a dozen of social welfare activities. In 1993, it then got registered as a Public trust (Under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 ) Oasis -A Selfless International Society (O.A.S.I.S.) Soon commitment and vision replaced the dreamy ideals of the young members and a strong core team, consisting of fresh doctors, engineers, artists & likes, dedicated their prime life-years in order to create a youth movement for social transformation through Human Development & Leadership building activities.


Where was Oasis movement originated? 

The movement was originated in Gujarat, India and at present spreading the concepts of Character Building, Self Leadership, and Values & Principles of Living meaningful life in various parts of the world.


Where is the Head-office of Oasis Movement situated? 

The Head-office of Oasis Movement is at Vadodara, Gujarat, India.


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