In order to achieve holistic well-being for all, there is a need to incorporate happiness in the academic curriculum of students as this is a crucial step towards empowering the nation. In some nations, the growth is measured as Gross National Happiness (GNH) rather than Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This step would also take the education system to the new heights. As such, the young generation must find the inner joy and focus on balanced life through meditation to meet the modern day challenges. Safety, contentment, and success are all aligned with happiness, but what makes one person happy may not work for someone else. Based on research, happy employees take fewer days off work, use fewer sick days, and can be 12% more productive. Happy people are also better at problem-solving, which is a vital skill in a workplace. This data proves how important it is for companies to invest in their employees’ happiness. It’s good for business. The self-revelation is an integral part of the country’s educational tradition and we have to strive to pave the way for education to become a vibrant force. While the government’s untiring efforts in bringing a balance in education and professional life deserves all hail and appreciation, however the youth especially the students need to imbibe a sense of professionalism and strike a fine balance between their educational/professional and private life and to see the sunny side of the situations whatever those may be.