The seed of The Indian Heritage Learning Center was sown by Shri Rajesh Khullar, IAS when he inspired and supported Dr. Lokesh Abrol to assist the MCG in establishing a one of its kind shelter for stray Cows in Gurugram in the year 2008. It was designed to provide a conducive environment for the Cows, and the neighboring under-privileged communities for promoting the learning of the rich Indian Heritage at a location that holds an unparalleled significance in the Indian Society.
The Gurukul Kalpataru Aravindam started in 2009 with three children under a Keekar tree, and a library in the labour quarters, in the under construction MCG Kamdhenudham Gaushala, Gurugram.
Ewelina Janus along with her volunteer Surbhi Khanna initiated the first batch of children into the non-formal education. Ms Ewelina invested ten years into developing the gurukul into a vibrant institution, with the help of a very committed team of volunteers and supporters. It has come a long way since with four centers running, and an online non-formal Digital Learning Gurukul in the pipeline.
The foundation was formally registered on 11th January 2013 in India under section-25 as a non-profit company named ‘Fundacja Aravindam Social Development’.
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