NGO Number: 58/2020, Tax Exemption – 12A/80G
NITI Aayog, Government of India. Unique id no: TN/2021/0294349
Humans strive to survive. A village is the first birthplace of a striving community, life, as well as living, seems so hard in the village compared to modern urban life. It applies to all necessary aspects as the village is the primary source of the essential need-production province. But it lacks all the prerequisites for an everyday life to be lived.
Biogas is also known as Gobar gas. The gases produced by the decomposition of organic matter include municipal waste, plant material, agricultural waste, cow dung, human waste, sewage, food waste, and green waste. The end product of biogas is methane.
Mary Everest Boole invented string art at the end of the 19th century to make mathematical ideas accessible to students. In the late 1960s, it was popularised as a decorative craft through kits and books.
Any art and craft works give everyone a sense of achievement and allow them to take pride in their efficient work, which builds CONFIDENCE. We get to try new things and also develop their “self-regulation skills” (e.g. when waiting for fixing to complete the nails, threading, painting, glue to dry, and final designs to come). This helps to develop PATIENCE, which is all we need.
Someone spent time making it by hand instead of just pushing a button and letting a machine do it. So encourage this kind of work for these handmade wooden arts (reducing plastics which gives great pleasure to nature). Crafting gives you happiness, good health, and creativity. If you are happy, healthy and not stressed out as you create, you become more patient, generous and kind to others. Crafting also encourages you to share what you create with others.
A small step but a giant leap in
conservation of Sparrows
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