There are some parts of the world that, once visited, get into your heart and won’t go. For me, India is such a place.
– Keith Bellows, National Geographic Society
Home to some of the oldest living yet mostly unknown artistic traditions in the world, older than history itself, yet alive with the exuberance of new youth. India, the glorious motherland of human civilization, welcomes curious students and enthusiasts to explore her lesser-known treasures of handiwork.
Blessed with more than five thousand years of recorded history, India has seen the world grow. Many of her traditions and techniques which were perfected by the ancients have survived the test of time. Her oceanic literature is etched in the stones of her temples, and her flavors of 18% of Earth’s total biodiversity enrich her cuisines. In her sceneries painted with the colors of hundreds of subcultures, she sings her music in thousands of languages.
India has always had a special place in the history of mankind. From the Silk and Spice trade routes, to the tales of Panchatantra, from the invention of the Zero, to some of the largest architectural marvels, this home of the oldest written books in the world, of Yoga, of Mysticism, India is a paradise for seekers of culture, history, philosophy and spirit.
There is no better place to learn about India, than India herself.
Come her hospitality awaits!