Our blog is the pulse of our responses to the experiences that the Snehadhara family shares together. From joy and laughter, tears and distress, adventures and magical moments, celebrations and reflection, introspection and humour – you will find much of our lives recorded here!


Embracing Harmony with Melodies of Diversity: Indo-Afro Rhythms Resonate

Welcome to our blog! We invite you to join us on a journey of discovery and celebration as we prepare for an enriching month ahead, delving into the captivating world of rhythms. Recognizing the profound impact of rhythms through our work and experiences, our program, Collective Rhythm Experiences, has reached diverse populations, making the joy of playing djembes and percussion instruments accessible to all. With the invaluable support of our collaborators and partners, SF is thrilled to unveil a series of innovative workshops, empowering our community with synergistic experiences. Read on as this blog reveals what's in store for the exciting month ahead!


Rolling in the New Year at Snehadhara’s Direct Care

Welcome to our blog, where we invite you to join us on a journey of exploration, discovery, and celebration as we roll into the new year at Snehadhara's Direct Care. Our Nelamangala campus has been abuzz with the vibrant energy of learning and growth, fueled by our commitment to nurturing minds and cultivating hearts. Join us as we reflect on the past and look forward to the adventures that lie ahead with a shared spirit of inclusivity and compassion.


Collective Rhythm Experiences with Vulnerable Groups!

We rumbled on and we rumbled on and the echoes of a swarm of children playing the djembes, frame drums and soundscapes reverberated around three Government Schools in Nelamangala and the children with disabilities at Snehadhara. Curious eyes peered on and looked over- trying to identify the source of the chaos and the melodies amongst them.


Service Before Self: The Snehadhara Way

When we think of the Army, we think of a situation with the narrowest margin of error. When we think of the Army, we think of regimentation and a strict chain of command. When we think of the Arts, we think of the widest margin of error for interpretation and subjectivity override precision and methods.

Read on to know where each of them fits into the world of the other!


A Trip Towards Community-Building

It takes a village to raise a child, undoubtedly, but we at Snehadhara Foundation know that it really is the rallying together of parents that ensures that a community is sustaining and thriving. For the community living setup is the basis of our Direct Care program, enabling the children to meet their own learning and therapeutic goals, through a lifestyle of independence and personal responsibility.