Celebrate Culture

Festivals and Cultural Celebrations are the lifelines of a civilisation. Civilisations celebrate the harvest of crop, the beginning of a season, commemorate significant events in history, and share joy. Plastic, hazardous chemicals and non-recyclable cheap goods have infiltrated the cultural economy and have polled our ecology. Festivals have to be celebrated with the true intent of sustainable ecology and economy within communities. We aim to bring these options made available to the masses with awareness. Join us in truly celebrating our culture with accountability.

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Nature Stewardship

Bhavyata Foundation has assisted communities in the skill development of disadvantaged communities for livelihoods and awareness in urban and rural communities to opt for conscious consumerism. We aim to promote the concept of eco-friendly conscious consumerism to other aspects of lifestyle products, and the consumption of local produces and fair trade practices. We celebrated festivals like Holi, Rakhi, and Diwali with eco-friendly and locally produced naturally obtained and sustainable products to make people aware of this.

Festivities have a resonating connect with ecology. Lets revive the spirit of true celebration.

Cultural Exhibition

We aim to promote the concept of eco-friendly conscious consumerism to other aspects of lifestyle products, and the consumption of local produces and fair trade practices. Accessories for Holi, Rakhi, and Diwali with eco-friendly and locally produced naturally are made avaialble. Please help us to bring them to communities, workplaces and mainstream society. With exhibitions and promotion, we welcome collaborations to spread this good cause.

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Harmonizing Science with Traditions

Reviving this true spirit of festivity, Bhavyata Foundation supported the bounty of natural colours prepared by prison inmates of Tihar jail under the Antarkranti – Prisoner Reformation & Rehabilitation Program, to impact the areas of prisoner reformation, rehabilitation. The Foundation exhibited Holi colours by conducting exhibitions at different corporate offices and congregational programs. Rural communities from Rajasthan make these colours with natural ingredients.
Bhavyata Foundation assisted the women self-help groups of villages in the vicinity of Udaipur in promoting and selling the colours in the urban market. The colours are derived from the pink (gulal) of rose petals, the green of tree leaves, and other veggies that yield us their green, orange of marigold and palash leaves. Bhavyata Foundation, in collaboration with Kinkara Foundation, sponsored the underprivileged orphan girl children from Bhagavan Baba Balika Ashram, Aurangabad, and Kasturba Vastigruh, Badnapur, Jalna sponsored 1000 kits of Rakhi making. These kits were DIY kits that were provided by the artisans.

LOCATION:

  1. Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, Delhi
  2. Rural areas of Udaipur, Rajasthan
  3. Bhagavan Baba Balika Ashram, Aurangabad
  4. Kasturba Vastigruh, Badnapur, Jalna
  5. Slum Children of Ramabai Nagar, Ghatkopar, Mumbai
  6. Slums of Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai
  7. Rural Community in the village areas of Murbad, Palghar, Maharashtra
  8. Rural areas of Jharkhand
  1. Support to the community of prisoners
  2. Livelihood support to rural communities of Udaipur, Rajasthan
  3. Skilling and support to an orphanage in Aurangabad
  4. Skill and livelihood support to the underprivileged slum children
  5. Support for women self-help groups of Murbad area, Palghar
  6. Artisans from Jharkhand

Our Intervention:

  • Conscious Consumption:Concept of Eco-Friendly Consumption extended to other aspects of lifestyle products as well as conscious consumption of local produces and with fair trade practises
  • Awareness: – Celebration of festivals such as Holi, Rakhi and Diwali made eco- friendly and community powered by availing of natural and sustainable utilities made by underprivileged communities.
  • Skill Development: Skilling disadvantaged communities for livelihoods and awareness in urban as well as rural communities to opt for Conscious Consumerism.

The following table is a compiled data of the year 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020

NAME OF THE PROGRAMME LOCATION No. of Beneficiaries Income generated
Community Of Prisoners For Rehabilitation & Reformation Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, Delhi 2,50,000 Prison Inmates Rs. 93497
Rural Community Udaipur Areas 26 Women 50,393
Support To Orphanage In Aurangabad Bhagavan Baba Balika Ashram, Aurangabad 120 Girl Children 10,000
Kasturba Vastigruh, Badnapur, Jalna 186 Girl Children 10,000
Livelihood Support To Underprivileged Slum Children Ramabai Nagar 7 Youth 5,000
Support For Women SHG, Nandini Gau Gram For Promoting Rural Livelihoods Village areas of Murbad Taluka, Thane 14 Women 9,500
Diwali Lamps Artisans from Jharkhand 12 Artisans 5,859
Diwali Kits (Abhayangam kits) Murbad Taluka, Thane 5 Women 6000
Cloth Bag making session Dharavi 40 Women
Kamraj Nagar, Ghatkopar 43 Women
PARTICULARS QUANTITY
Holi Colours 470 Kgs
Daily Wellness Kits 50 Kits
Rakhi Kits 1500 Kits
No. Of Exhibitions 19

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