Tikuli Art Form Helping Womens in Bihar to Earn Livelihoods
India’s multiple indigenous art forms are more than just windows into the country’s rich culture and history. Often, they are also important source of livelihood and an empowerment.... READ MORE
Transforming the lives of tribal women through Lac
Socially excluded households from rural areas have very limited opportunities to improve their livelihoods. They are inhibited by their socio-economic status, their small and underproductive landholdings as well as the pronounced lack of systems that permit access to inputs, credit or market services.....
Community Action Helped Revive 200 Acres of Deforested Land
From establishing a seed bank, to building and maintaing ponds, the many steps that helped revive the deforested Orans in Rajasthan... READ MORE
Practicing The Age Old Vedic Concepts Of Sustainable Developopment
Civilizations have changed, Emperors have gone, new era has been herald and in this wave of massive transformation, the pastoral community of Rajasthan (locally called Raika) still believe in old practices of livelihood inspired by the Vedic concept of sustainable development....READ MORE
INTACH - Shekhawati Chapter
Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) is a nationwide, non profit organisation.... READ MORE
The Bishnois and their Wildlife Conservation
There is perhaps only one religion in the world that’s founded solely on the principle of conserving the Nature. This religion was founded by the Lord Jambheshwar and is the living religion of the Bishnois of Rajasthan. This religion is over 500 years old, and the followers are over One million. They reside ...READ MORE
Jaipur Virasat Foundation (JVF)
The Jaipur Virasat Foundation (JVF) works with and for traditional artists in Rajasthan. As traditional forms of patronage disappear, and modern forms of entertainment supersede traditional ones, JVF seeks to provide livelihood opportunities for struggling artists..... READ MORE
Rupayan Sansthan
Rupayan Sansthan was established in 1960 by founder director the late Komal Kothari (renowned ethnomusicologist and folklorist) and his friend Padma Shree Vijaydan Detha ... READ MORE
Kitchen Kinetics: Cooking Together In Shekhawati
The ‘Sanjha Chulha’ (community kitchen) has been rekindled in the villages of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, albeit with a small modification.... READ MORE

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