Garbage management initiative in Vrindavan
We are a charity. As said, we are a non-profit organization. We dedicate our services to preserve the pristine ecological heritage of Braj – Vrindavan Recently, we have been honored by the Mayor of the Mathura – Vrindavan Municipal Corporation Shri Mukesh Aryabandhu for our efforts of making Vrindavan a cleaner place.
The 500 year old Davanal Kund is up for a revamp. The restoration work of the kund will be completed in four months under the joint efforts of the Datri Foundation and INTACH. NGO Friends of Vrindavan is also involved in this initiative to locally oversee the project.
With the aim of Clean Vrindavan-Green Vrindavan, Friends of Vrindavan is ready to serve Braj with its limited resources. With the aim of Clean Vrindavan-Green Vrindavan, Friends of Vrindavan is ready to serve Braj with its limited resources.
Friends of Vrindavan (FoV) has taken the initiative to conserve and regenerate the sacred groves around Mansarovar Lake. FoV has already planted indigenous trees around the lake which used to be a rare wetland grove and bird...
FoV To revive the sanctity of the pilgrimage town of Vrindavan, Friends of Vrindavan began its Clean Vrindavan Programme in 1997. Since then, it has accomplished several projects successfully. It cleaned every corner of the town over a decade long time.
Samvid Gurukulam in collaboration with Friends of Vrindavan celebrated the World Earth Day on 22nd April in the campus of the Samvid Gurukulam. A seminar was organized in the assembly hall of the school in which the students discussed various ...
For the last five years Michael Duffy, a 47-year-old Englishman turned Vaishnava, has brought together eco-awareness and religious consciousness in an effort to revive the lost glory of one of India’s most important pilgrimage towns through an organization called Friends of Vrindavan. It all started in 1984 when Michael, then a freelance..
Dear Friends of Vrindavan team, I am greatly inspired by your unwavering commitment to protecting Vrindavan's cultural and natural legacy. We appreciate your tireless efforts to improve and sustain this holy place's community.
To the amazing volunteers at Friends of Vrindavan, I want to praise your dedication to advancing peace between nature and spirituality. There are many people whose lives have been improved by your work.
We sincerely appreciate the Friends of Vrindavan's essential contributions to the development of Vrindavan. Every initiative your organization works on reflects how much it values this holy city.
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