We are Building a Home for human potential. VIDHYARANYA FOUNDATION develop, refine and share sustainable affordable homes not only provide a fundamental of human, they unleash unimaginable human potential to shape a future of gender parity, climate resilience, clean water and air, renewable energy and socio-economic justice. We do this because affordable homes not only provide a fun. The construction industry is highly resource and energy intensive sector in India.
More than two out of every five Indians are below the poverty line. They are either homeless or live in a kaccha homes. The tribal community faces lot of struggling in day to day life. Vidhyaranya are a working experience of an sustainable community based on living in harmony with Mother Earth and our objective is to find balance of one’s physical and spiritual needs with a comfortable lifestyle, leaving behind a low carbon footprint for future generations.
Vidhyaranya has unique project for homeless i.e. "Namma Veedu" an affordable sustainable homes that will improve the lives of the underserved communities. Namma Veedu is adopted participatory approach while constructing house with Compressed Stablized Earth Block.
Renewable energy, also referred to as ‘alternative energy’, is energy generated from a natural source that is not depleted when used, such as wind or solar power. Renewable energy has gained popularity as it does not harm the environment.
Vidhyaranya implements renewable green energy to the under privileged community for cooking, agriculture and home for their needs.
Water is one of the basic resources needed to sustain plant and animal life and ultimately human existence. Judicious use of this resource should be the concern of all people. Watershed is the geographical area from which the entire surface run-off originating due to the rainfall coverage flows through the existing drainage system towards a common outlet Let us say, it is a small catchment area in which the excess water of that particular region resulting from run-off is conserved either by check darns or through percolation ponds.