We’ve identified education as the key enabler because it changes the way one lives. The way one leads his life. The way one tackles the problems and the way one seeks himself.
The process of education driving to happiness is again summarized wonderfully in a Sanskrit shloka, described as under:
We call it “mother nature”, but with the advent of urbanization and industrial revolution, we’ve neglected the nature to the extent that the survival of the human race has become a big question now.
The way to live in peace with nature and harmony with animals and livestock, is what the tribal teach us. Irrespective of the country or the language, the tribal community never harms the nature and the serenity and peace is visible and remarkable around them.
This made us make the Environment protection and conservation as the fourth domain to work upon. We’ve gone a way ahead in spoiling it, but we still have hope for conserving and reversing it in India. The biggest advantage on our side is the self-healing capability of the nature. And it’s never too late to start. May be, we’ll be able to give a better environment to our future generations, if we start it now.
Projects are for shifting the mindset of taking natural resources for granted and creating awareness about the repercussions of playing dangerously with nature. Human Beings lust for more is creating undue pressure on the ecological balance of our nature, leading to floods, famines and drastic weather changes all across the globe. Our focus is to work for moving back to the balance between what we need and what we want, to have peace with our Environment.