Knowledge Entrepreneurs
  • 26/06/2021 - To - 26/06/2021
    Innovative Ideas in Multidisciplinary Research
  • 05/06/2021 - To - 05/06/2021
    Environment Day Seminar
  • 29/05/2021 - To - 30/05/2021
    Storytelling Workshop-1
  • 11/05/2021 - To - 15/05/2021
    Brochure Workshop Kangra Miniature Painting-1
  • 25/04/2021 - To - 25/04/2021
    Seminar on Folk Culture
Kalp, a Sanskrit word standing for “practicable, feasible, possible” and “proper, fit, able”, is one of the six components of Vedas, which illumines one with transcendental world of wisdom. Kalp is one of the structuring dynamics of Rig Veda. In the context of consciousness, Kalp comprises of specific sets of laws of nature that are involved in upholding quality. Another meaning of Kalp is Era or Epoch. According to Sage Aangiras, Kalp is Lord Brahma’s one day covering 4,320,000 years. Vedic seers considered earth as ‘sacred place’ for satisfying sacred endeavors & ambitions and practice of self-control.Kalp believes in practicable, feasible and possible, which are essential for ecological restoration and cultural conservation. The conservational values and moral ethics derived from the Vedic philosophy are the underlying principles of the Foundation. From the times of yore, primitive cultures have preserved the explanation for each natural phenomenon in a spiritual way, through oral traditions and art of storytelling. The oral traditions though started as a means of entertainment, proved excellent tools for preserving the history and culture. Kalp makes use of these tools for upholding biological and cultural diversity. This is thought to be achieved by making use of interdisciplinary approach, ensuring community participation, and engaging academia, younger generation and policy makers.
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