Our heritage is not only a precious legacy but also the lifeblood of rural communities, having sustained their lives and economies for ages. Many of these heritage sites, some dating back centuries, stand as the last remnants of our ancient culture, representing significant chapters in our history. Surrounding these sites are cultural assets within communities, expressed through art forms such as music, dance, folklore, food, and festivities.

Unfortunately, these cultural treasures have faced neglect, leading to a sharp decline over time. Through engagement with government authorities, scholars, and indigenous inhabitants, we spearhead proactive architectural preservation initiatives. These efforts are geared toward social welfare and offer benefits to the local populace, helping to safeguard, rejuvenate, and advocate for the cultural heritage of the region.

Collaborating with communities and local partners, we work to safeguard our heritage and culture. We facilitate monument adoption, digitization, and help individuals connect with their roots, traditions, and culture through our platform

For Generation Z, navigating Indian texts can be daunting due to the abundance of unfamiliar jargon. Traditionally, interpreting these texts has been the domain of our grandmothers. We are committed to making historical, religious, and architectural data accessible both locally and online. Our goal is to create a Culture Digital Assistant & Platform tailored for Generation Z.