Doing Time Doing Vipassana

An award winning documentary depicting the introduction of Vipassana meditation to Tihar jail in Delhi.
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Publisher: VRI

Doing Time, Doing Vipassana documents the introduction of Vipassana meditation to one of the world's largest prisons, Tihar Jail in New Delhi, India, with an inmate population of 10,000.

Winner of the San Francisco International Film Festivals 1998 Golden Spire Award, this compelling film chronicles how a meditation program for inmates transformed the jail. Through interviews with the warden, guards and inmates, it explores how Vipassana changes people's behaviour and character for the better.

The film suggests that Vipassana could be an effective tool for the rehabilitation of inmates around the world.

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