Project Reading & Generating Curiosity:

The core idea behind this project is to make the children and women at our community center be able to communicate in English. We have regular evening classes where our team members make participants read books in English aloud, to improve their vocabulary and pronunciations.

With this we realised that the students who come to our learning center have ambitions to enter professions such as engineering and medicine. However, correct information and knowledge serve as obstacles. To cater to this, we invite an expert from each field every week to interact with and guide the students on possible career prospects.

Super 30 — What a Movie! — What a day!

90 Students- motivation- crying — generating curiosity — and Dreams in the eyes

All emotions in one picture.

Education is truly the privilege of those who have the access and economic resources. Unfortunately, for many it still remains a distant dream, but if given the same opportunities they have it in them to shine equally bright.

“It’s not the Equality , it’s the access to equal Opportunity”

Adding to this Mr. Amol Nitave, visited the Kids at the Mitti Ke Rang Community Centre.

He being a CSR employee in a reputed company, took out some of his precious time to interact with the kids about “The Art of Articulation”.

The kids thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful evening session with him !

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Play is a key element in the development of a child. We at MKR, practice this balance to reinforce and provide a platform for creative imaginations.


“Books are not made for furniture, but there is nothing else that so beautifully furnishes a house.” — Anonymous.

Reading is fun, however, apart from the books and novels, what makes it more fun is the environment one reads in.

Dance is the language of music and possibly more expressive than words to the most beautiful abstract feelings within us!

Ashwini Shejwal, owner of Crystal Crew Studio. Also teaching dance at Vibgyor High, NIBM visited our centre recently to introduce and engage our students to this new language and they clearly had the utmost fun!

Thank you Ashwini for joining us and creating such fond activities and memories for our kids !!

An amazing evening for our students at our community center, they got to meet and learn about KENYAN CULTURE, LIFESTYLE AND FOOD by our very own Mr. Peter Ngugi designated as an ambassador of Indo- African Relations.

We are thankful to DesRangeela team for organizing this wonderful event and connecting International Leaders with our students.

All about training to packing, trekking to adventure at our community center.
Thank you @thegreatescapers_ team for conducting such an amazing and engaging session with the students.

Let your feet speak!

Excited to announce! Starting a Dance Workshop at our Centre for students, conducted by Shreya Kanodia every Saturday!

“To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful… This is power, it is glory on earth and it is yours for the taking” — Agnes De Mille

First day out and students learned the basics about dancing and were delighted to kick start this course!!

A social venture dedicated to empowering widows and single women to overcome poverty and dependency.