Why we exist
There are children from backward communities that are devoid of simple basics. We thrive to give them an opportunity towards a better life through holistic education.
We work in the remote areas of Alwar district of Rajasthan on Educational, Social and Cultural issues. We work with communities belonging to diverse cultural identities with a vision of peaceful coexistence. We work for ‘Child Rights and Advocacy’ and also for preservation of Historical, Natural and Cultural heritage.
Providing Basic Primary Education so that the children have a tool to explore alternatives in life other than the trade of sex.
Engaging the community
Engaging the community particularly sex-workers to form a ‘School Development Committee’ to support the Community Based Schools run by the foundation.
Establish a ‘Curriculum Development and Research Wing’ and to create an Activity based Curriculum with a holistic approach.
World peace and harmony
Design events for World Peace and Harmony to engage Men, women and children.
Community Service and Mindfulness
Introduce Community Service and Mindfulness in the curriculum to give a different approach to life.
Establish Skill Development Centers for women to provide a skill and an alternative so that they can earn a living in a respectable way.
Creating space for the Nat and Rajnat community to interact with the mainstream community by organizing events, workshops and seminars.
Publishing and exhibiting their stories and artwork in children’s magazines to incur in them self respect and a sense of dignity.
Nirvana Bodhisattva is the founder and director of the Nirvanavan Foundation. He has been working hands-on in the affected areas since more than 20 years. He is also the director of Childline , Alwar.
“We are a small charity but we know that what we do is important. Thank you for your support.” –
—- Nirvana Bodhisattva