PHOTO ESSAYS

Amrita SeRVe Villages During Nationwide Lockdown Amrita staff keep track of government schemes reaching the people helping vulnerable members of the rural communities to survive during lockdown. SEE PHOTO ESSAY Health Workers in Action Overview of activities since health workers started working in Amrita SeRVe villages. SEE PHOTO ESSAY Harnessing the Essence of Wilderness In the evergreen rain forests of Wayanad district in Kerala, four SHG women are gathering wild lemongrass for their autonomous production of aromatic essential oil. SEE PHOTO ESSAY Sadivayal Village Leads the Way to Organic Farming Amrita Sadivayal Vyavasaya Kulu -farmers’ club inspires neighboring hamlets to organic farming SEE PHOTO ESSAY Cleaning Our Home Villagers are uniting to get trash out of their public areas and keep them clean. SEE PHOTO ESSAY
Learning Inner Peace

Learning Inner Peace

Children in our villages across India return to the ancient art of yoga and find strength to face the challenges in their daily lives. ...
With the Ghost of Ansel Adams

With the Ghost of Ansel Adams

Naturally talented photographers from our villages want to share their experiences through pictures. ...
Life in Nani Borvai, Gujarat

Life in Nani Borvai, Gujarat

Most villagers have farms, work as labourers on the land of others, or work in the nearby quarries. In terms of getting the kind of employment which requires a graduate education, there are almost no opportunities. ...
A Higher Understanding

A Higher Understanding

Amrita University students intern in villages to learn about the rich traditions, culture, and strength latent in India’s villages. They also come away with a better understanding of the unique challenges facing rural India. ...
Life in Bihar

Life in Bihar

In Bihar, people face some of the most difficult life challenges: poverty casts a huge shadow, malnutrition is commonly found and the community faces long delays in development. ...
Life in Kalinagar, West Bengal

Life in Kalinagar, West Bengal

Kalinagar, West Bengal has a literacy rate of 62%, however, most children drop out of school after 8th standard because they need to work. ...
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