We have raised Rs. 18250 (Inclusive of Rs. 5000 Offline). We will keep you update about our upcoming interventions and utilization of the funds for imparting creative education through Origami. Rangeen Kagaz is curated & led by Shivam Kapoor AdvertisementsRead more "Greetings"
1. Robert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origami — using math and engineering principles to fold mind-blowingly intricate designs that are beautiful and, sometimes, very useful. 2. Origami is great, but what if we could use it as a starting point to create a new, sustainable, structural material for consumer products? […]Read more "5 TED Talk Every Origami Enthusiast Must Watch"
Deepika, 10, is a student of class 5 and studies in a government school. Deepika is a child who loves to imagine and she wonders if her imagination becomes a reality someday. Hailing from a lower middle class family she often asks her parents to buy her story books and comics for she understands her […]Read more "Colors of Imagination"
Karishma and Mayri are both 9 years old and are considered to be the slow learners. They like to study but most of the time they don’t. Karishma comes from a family wherein her mother is the bread winner for her family and father stays at home. Nandini comes from a Maharashtrian family but she […]Read more "We Love Coloring."
Kinjal had a telephonic conversation with my mum! Kinjal, 11, is a brilliant student and is very close to me. Kinjal’s father is fast food vendor and earns suffice for his family. I stay away from home and family, worries Kinjal most of the time. She loves me a lot! 🙂 When I […]Read more "Kinjal talked to my Mum!"
Hiral (left) & Pranjal (right) are both eight years old and study in Class 3 in a government school and yes they are best friends! In school they both enjoy together, share learning and have a lot of stories to share. Interestingly, Hiral has a strong interest in Gujarati and Pranjal in Mathematics. They love […]Read more "Hiral and Pranjal"
“Turn your face to the sun and let the shadows fall behind.” Kajal, Mahek and Roshni (L to R) study in class 3 at a government school in Katargam. They take their time to learn at school and often lag behind the average students. Back in the community a few months back when I visited […]Read more "Finding Happiness"