#ConnectToRoots

Culture is a big part of our daily lives, where many traditions and customs are followed. Culture also plays an important role in the development of any nation. It represents a set of shared attitudes, values, goals and practices. Culture and creativity manifest themselves in almost all economic, social and other activities. Cultural constructs have profound implications on us.

In India it is the right time that determines what work can or cannot be done; isn’t it? For a layperson without the knowledge of Sanskrit and certain Indian texts a Almanac (Panchanga) is riddled with Sanskrit jargon. Reading and interpreting them is a tedious task often the job of a astrologer or your grandmother. People are finding it difficult to make their children understand / follow the family / sect-specific cultural values & rituals. We are in the process of building a Platform to help you connect to your roots & Gamify the significance of belief / Tradition for Generation Z !

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The team comes from diverse backgrounds with a plethora of skills ranging from different areas such as Strategic Management Consulting, Technology, Supply Chain, Marketing, Medicine, Art, Mythology, Film, Content Development, & Psychology.

 

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Ramanavami

Rama Navami occurs on the Ninth Day after Ugadhi and marks the birth of Lord Rama & the festival celebrates the descent of Vishnu as the Rama avatar. This also is the celebration of the renewal of Spring happens beginning with the Vasantha Navarathri on Ugadhi and...

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Ugadhi

The festival of Yugadi. Ugadhi, Ugadi - marks the beginning of the New Year Yugadi is derived from Sanskrit - Yuga (Age) & Adi (beginning) so this is the beginning of the New Age falling today on Chaitra Shuddha Paadyami the first day of the Bright half of Chaitra...

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Deepavali-Narakachaturdashi

Deepavali is the Celebration of our growth through Knowledge, of light as a metaphor for hope and the removal of all that is negative. Deepavali illustrates the supremacy of Good over evil. Naraka Chaturdashi is celebrated a day before Amavasya & a day after the...

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We aim to be your Digital Assistant to empower you to customise your access to traditions, beliefs and customs. and Unlock the ‘money value of a given time’ by connecting to your roots.

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