AmritaCREATE Launches Amrita RITE in Uttarkashi

Amrita RITE- Rural India Tablet Education was launched in Uttarkashi, a district of Uttarakhand state in northern India on 2 February 2014. AmritaCREATE developed this project with the aim of educating rural and tribal people in India through tablet technology.

Amrita SeRVe project launched in Attapadi

During Amma’s 60th birthday celebrations the adoption project of 101 villages throughout India was launched.

The village of Mulli in the Attappady region of Kerala was one among those chosen villages.

A visit to the villages in the valley in Kedernath

My guide to this valley has been Sudheer. Our task, to find the 34 villages adopted by Amma, meet or at least get name and mobile, of the village mayors (pratans), school officials, and especially kindergarten (anganwadi) teachers. That is not as easy as it may sound.

Starting the rehabilitation work in UK

On 29 Dec I have left the relative comfort of Rishikesh to document the relief work of Mata Amritananda Math in the Kedar Valley of the Himalayas. The area was devastated by flooding in June of 2013 (All News).

Amrita RITE launch at Wayanad

AmritaCREATE recently developed Amrita RITE (Rural India Tablet Education) with the aim to provide after-school tutoring and adult literacy in rural and tribal villages of India, with the help of tablet computers. The programme was recently launched in the Wayanad district of Kerala, India on 28 December 2013.