This event brings back the memories of grandma's bedtime mythological stories where Lord Ram and his siblings or where the Pandavas and Kauravas underwent the strict form of education-Gurukul System which was always inhabited amidst nature; far away from the city. In comparison to this, the orphan kids of Vishwalaya Ashram, Kanakpura road, knew neither the term plastic nor the digital-pollution world. On the occasion of the Environmental Day, June 5th, the volunteers of AFH enthusiastically visited this ashram to interact with the children to enlighten them about the theatre art forms of India.
In turn, they were surprised how well these children were focussed on being self-sustainable and independent by making their wetlands around the ashram as their playground and planting tree saplings into layers of soil with such expertise and confidence that made us appreciate about how much they cared for the mother earth and how deep they were into preserving their humanity. The event progressed by planting at least 500 fruit tree saplings that day all over the area, the idea constituting the orphanage being completely independent in their food resources to feed the hungry and needy without having to depend on external funds.Go back to events list Check Gallery for Photos
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
“To send light into the darkness of men's hearts - such is the duty of the artist.”
"Art is nothing more than the shadow of Humanity. Art for Humanity is one such organisation which caters to both Art and Humanity in its own ways."
Hari Haran, Singer
"Hatred is being spread against women and children. The common goal of mankind is to unify everyone towards peace. Ranjini kalakendra is one such organization which is trying to change people towards attaining peace through music"
B Jayshree, Singer & Actor