Rainwater harvesting - Talab

harvesting The Need for the Desert Rainwater Harvesting Initiative

Rainwater Harvesting Initiatiative is aimed at alleviating poverty and providing a reliable water supply to some of the most remote populations in rural Rajasthan who have been in the grips of severe drought for the last four years. The project will utilise traditional Rainwater Harvesting techniques to provide a sustainable model to be used in drought affected areas throughout the world.




OM Ashram

The central building, constructed in the shape of the ancient Sanskrit symbol OM.

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Sri Swami Madhavananda Hospital

Medical aid and assistance in remote areas of India.

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Jadan School

A charitable school established for needy village students

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Courses in Yoga, Naturopathy and the ancient Indian sciences of Astrology, Sanskrit and Vedic Science

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Om Shree Deveshwar Mahadev Gaushala cares for many old, homeless and sick animals.

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Rainwater harvesting - Talab

Year round supply of fresh water for rural communities in drought affected areas.

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Planting trees to turn the desert green and growing organic vegetables.

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Education for women

Education for Women

Residential education programs for women.

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