India is a concoction of multiple communities, practices, heritage and traditions. Our flourished and diverse cultures have so much to share with each other. AAMBRA Foundation aspires to be a conduit for the information within and among the diverse communities and educate them about best practices and ethics ubiquitous to our pan Indian culture. ‘AAMBROTSAVE’ - A celebration of Indian, art, craft, culture, cuisine and literature - is an annual project of the AAMBRA Foundation. We not only celebrate our legacy but will help revive waning craftsmanship and weaves.
The theme of AAMBROTSAVE- 2015 is rich culture of Gujarat. We would have day long cultural and literary celebrations from different parts of India. Evenings will be lighted up with energetic fervor of Garbha and Dandiya, from 7 pm to 10:30 pm on 17th and 18th October, 2015. The location for the two days extravagance would be CSOI Lawns, Vinay Marg, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi-110021.
VENUE: CSOI lawns, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, Delhi-110021
India has a glorious tradition of art, craft, culture, textiles, weaves and literature. AAMBROTSAVE is our endeavor and annual project to rekindle our youth’s interest in our culture and instill a feeling of pride in our age old traditions.
Inauguration - 10:30 am, 17th October 2015 at the AAMBROTSAVE Authors corner CSOI lawns, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri.
A collection of artisan stalls, selling traditional, pan-Indian wares to promote indigenous skills and Make in India.Timings 10:30am - 8:00pm
To captivate and enlarge everyone's world through interactions and discussions with renowned authors. This also features a section for sale of books.Timings 11:00am - 6:00pm Read More
A collection of food stalls, serving traditional Indian delicacies from different regions of the country.Timings 10:30am - 10:00pm
An authentic Raas Garbha dandiya performance. Aambra Foundation has invited folk artists - singers and dancers from the interior of Gujarat to perform live and enthrall one and all with their spirited performance.Timings 7:00pm - 10:30pm
Our theme will include an emphasis to continuously highlight rare Indian art forms, waning culinary traditions, along with dance, folk music, and literature which appears to be diminishing.