A living symbol of hope
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» Started as a trauma counselling effort for fisherwomen after the tsunami in the Indian Ocean in 2004, today more than five million Tsunamika dolls are made and sent to over 80 countries. Tsunamika has now become a ’symbol of hope’. They are gifts of love and friendship. The raw material came from industrial waste and more than 600 women were taught to make them.
» Tsunamika runs on ’gift economy’ - it is never sold, but given. The project runs on community support where people take dolls and contribute as per their capacity. Tsunamika project has been given the ‘Award of Excellence’ by the Government of India and a special recognition by UNESCO.
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The Clothing Lab
Welcome to The Clothing Lab sessions @Upasana- Taking fashion to a journey of creating true beauty, beyond poverty and exploitation. The Clothing Lab wants to initiate dialogue and create a community to provide a direction to come together and move towards conscious living. We believe inspiration is a sacred place and in sharing we grow. Conscious clothings takes us towards conscious living.
1. What is the mode of Learning?
2. Do I require any material for the course?
3. After Registration when does my course begin?
A. Once the min
4. Do I need to be from a specific background for the course?
5. Is there any age criteria?
6. Who is this course for?
A. Everyone who wears clothes