“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great-grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only” – Mark Twain
India. An idea. A philosophy. A tradition. A civilization. A consciousness. A moment caught in eternity. An eternity caught in a moment.
Hailed as the cradle of humanity, India is an ancient civilizational nation, the ancient Mother of all. Holding close to her bosom the multitudinous diversity of class, colour, caste (or rather ‘Jati’), racial features, language and faith, she binds her billions by a common spiritual thread woven into the very warp and weft of their consciousness, leading them to ‘seeking the Truth’ in their own experience. This seeking, then manifests in ecstatic music and dance, in myriad faiths and sagely spiritual masters, Read More...
Srijan Foundation Trust started out at the turn of this millenium with running a few non-formal after-schools, two in Odisha at Kumarpara and Nadakhand villages in Puri district, and one in Kishangarh, New Delhi.
With fledgling dreams of giving back to society in a meaningful way and with extremely limited resources at its disposal, Srijan Foundation set upon the task of reaching out to lesser-privileged students and making a positive impact on their lives by giving wings to their hopes and aspirations.
While the Odisha schools shut down after more than a decade due to reasons beyond the control of Srijan Foundation and not before impacting the lives of at least a couple of hundred students, the school at Kishangarh near Vasant Kunj in New Delhi thrived and grew into a mini-icon of comprehensive and integrated non-formal education. The after-school was, in fact, renamed School of Happiness by the happy students themselves. Over the years, Srijan Foundation has witnessed many of these sharp, Read More...
Until the lions tell their side of the story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter ~ African Proverb
Generations of Indians, especially Hindus have unwittingly suffered ignominy and degradation due to the insidious anti-Hindu and anti-national narrative fixed and controlled by left-dominated educational institutions in India.
Srijan Foundations aims to change the anti-Hindu and anti-national narrative of the leftist-Marxist historians and educationists by telling Indian history from the point of view of Indians themselves.
Srijan Foundation Trust is committed towards reclaiming, rebuilding and revitalizing Indian Civilization to be able to connect to the past positively and pass on the ideals of Unity and Nationhood to successive generations. Read More...