India’s biggest asset is it’s young population. Between 2013 and 2030, India will add 241 Million people in working age population, and that means the children who are currently in our education system. India is at a critical juncture with 30% of it’s population getting ready to make a transition into adulthood. The youth of this country will determine the direction the economy takes and turn India’s fortunes. This specific aspect of India is going to prove pivotal in making India a world leader in the coming years. We wish to actively engage the youth in interactive learning, listening and appreciating our cultural heritage. We have a vision to reach out to the top urban areas across India.
It has been said that we live in a “global village”. True. Modern society has made advances by leaps and bounds that has brought us – global citizens – much closer than ever before. National boundaries, while they exist, can be transcended with much more ease today. Access to air travel, television, mobile phones, internet, etc has enabled us to do so with greater speed and regularity. While we explore the world around us, in order to understand and appreciate the culture of any nation, it is important to appreciate its arts, music, and food among other things.