November 2, 2016

Rare Sanjhi Art Workshop at SMS

In a 3 days workshop at Sandipani Muni School, our girls learnt a beautiful art form called Sanjhi. Sanjhi is a word derived from word like “Sajja, “Shringaar”, and “Sajavat” which all means decoration. This art painting is rooted in the folk culture of the Braj Region. Presently, the art of Sanjhi Painting has become rare and is practiced by only a select few and remains a living tradition only in some temples of India. The teacher Shri Sumit Goswami , is the principal representative of these arts among the present day generation. The training also included making Sanjhi Painting on water. The girls were stunned to know that something like that was possible. Everyone who saw the artwork was amazed at the talent of Shri Sumit Goswami and his team. The girls loved the workshop and benefitted greatly from it. We are grateful to these talented artists who came […]
November 2, 2016

FFLV Honored by Bharat Vikas Parishad

We are pleased to share with you that Food for Life Vrindavan has been awarded certificate of excellence in the field of Girl Education by Bharat Vikas Parishad. Established in 1963, Bharat Vikas Parishad is a service-cum-sanskar oriented, non-political, socio-cultural voluntary organisation. It is dedicated to the development and growth of our country in all fields of human endeavour – cultural, social, academic, moral, national and spiritual – by promoting a sense of patriotism, national unity and integrity. It is a happy and proud moment for us and would not have been possible without your support. Thank you so much!
September 30, 2016

Cosetta and her Dolls

In the month of August, we had some great volunteers visit us and help us with teaching the kids at school. One of them, however, really won the hearts of our little girls. Cosetta from Italy, volunteered with us for two weeks. In this time she taught our girls how to make dolls using scrap cloth. Cosetta got all the raw material from Italy which shows how much effort she had put in to make this project successful. She first learnt how to make the dolls herself as she had no previous knowledge of doll making, after which she decided to travel to Vrindavan and teach at the school. The girls had so much fun and made some really cute dolls. Sharing some pictures of this fun activity.