When it is the teacher who is learning more than the children. The experience of an English instruction course in Nani Borvai, Gujarat.
Travelling across five states over the course of one month, a strong team of engineers worked with villagers to come up with new solutions for water problems.
Twenty of the most deprived families in Sadivayal, Tamil Nadu join together to form a farmers’ group and grow their first crop of organic rice.
Our first set of Amrita SeRVe Fellows completes one year of service in villages across India.
A yoga training session for villagers in Indpur, Himachal Pradesh answers that very question.
A 15 member team from Amrita University travels to Byse, Karnataka for seva and learns about the reality of the challenges facing village life.
Illiterate women in Guptapada, Odhisa find power in learning to read.
A weekly homeopathy clinic in Kalinagar, West Bengal is bringing relief to a place where there is no medical facility or permanent health care practitioner.
Amrita SeRVe’s first course in waste management is a model for waste management that can begin in our villages and then spread across the country.
The Manjadi seed is a symbol of Mother Earth’s love for humanity and Her children’s gratefulness.