The Amaara Journey
My Amaara

Amaara’s Activities

Milestone 2016

Amaara Foundation extended its program, "Learning Inspired " to Chennai.We have adopted Aringar Anna School, Besant Nagar and classes began on the 2nf of July 2016.  

Milestones 2014- 2015

Ende Kochi 2015

A unique venture that brought more than a hundred volunteers and students from various city colleges out to stress that our country should not be only clean, but also reflect the love an involvement of its people.

Volunteers cleaned and painted the wall facing the Kids ward of the General Hospital Ernakulum in order to provide them with one moment of happiness and to add some color into their lives

Global Cardboard Challenge 2015

In association with Kenville Kids, Amaara participated in the prestigious in a worldwide event called the “Cardboard Challenge”. This taught our students the importance of re-use and wastage reduction as well as showcased their team spirit and creativity. Our students created numerous Arcade games out of waste cardboards. Their creativity was greatly appreciated by the organizers who also shared the pictures on an international platform through the Cardboard Challenge website.

Amaara Day 2015,

Following the achievement of Amaara Day 2013 , students of Amaara Foundation made a theme based presentation based on the life and times of “Thenali Rama, a great comic-poet in the court of King Krishnadevaraya”. The function was presided by Sri. Padmakumar IPS, Additional Director General of Police and Smt. Subadravalli , District Educational Officer of Ernakulam District 


Milestones 2013- 2014
Apart from the three existing schools i.e. Thripunithura Girls Higher Secondary School, Mar Athenasius School and Government High School, Panampilly Nagar, Amaara Foundation extended the Learning Inspired Program to Government U.P School Padamugal and Palace School, Thripunithura.

Amaara Day 2014,
Amaara Day- 2013-2014, was a landmark event because all the students got together and presented a really ambitious program, which included two plays and was also compered by us. We were honored by the presence of Smt. Nishanthini IPS, Deputy Commissioner Of Police, who talked so beautifully and motivated all of us. She told us to grab all the opportunities that came our way and to write our own success stories. It was indeed very moving for us to see how Smt Nishanthini was speaking so passionately.

Later more than a hundred of my friends captivated a spellbound audience as they enacted scenes from popular plays like “ Midsummer Nights Dream” and “Pied Piper Of Hamelyn”. The many hours of rehearsals paid off because the audience were enjoying and clapping along.

Milestones 2012-2013

  • In October 2012, Amaara Foundation in association with Rotary Club of Cochin East started Learning Inspired Program for the students of Govt Boys School, Panampilly Nagar.
  • Amaara conducted a rock show on January 26, called Rock For A Reason (ROAR), to raise awareness about Amaara’s activities.
  • Febuary 27th saw the inauguration of Learning Inspired Program in Palace School, Thripunithura, in association with Rotary Club Of Cochin Global.
  • Amaara day was celebrated on March 2nd. On that day the Scholarship Program was inaugurated and Endowments were awarded to deserving students.

Amaara Day-2013
As a grand finale to the activities for the curriculum year 2012-2013, Amaara Foundation conducted a valedictory function to honor all our achievements.

All of us, the students of Amaara, got a chance to show case our Public Speaking skills to a gathering of 150 well-wishers. The dignitaries included Dr. K.N. Raghavan, I.R.S., Commissioner of Customs, the District Educational Officer, Principals of various city schools, Rotarians etc. My friends shared their dreams, experiences and their hopes for the future. The students impressed the audience with their confidence and fluency in the English language.

Milestones 2011-2012

  • Amaara Foundation partnered with DESIGN FOR CHANGE, the largest global movement designed to give children an opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action.
  • Amaara conducted a workshop for 150 children from various city schools on the concept of ‘change ‘ and how they can bring about a change to their surroundings and the country as a whole.
  • Amaara Foundation conducted two student camps, one of which was presided by the Chairman of Spices Board, Sri Jayathilak.


Milestones 2010-2011
An elocution competition was conducted in August 2010, on the topic ‘My India – My Idea’ for children from Government as well as private schools in Ernakulam district. 210 children took part in this competition. The Village International School, Thodupuzha, won the award for the best performing school. Other schools that bagged prizes were Vidyodaya School, Thevakkal, Govt. Boy's High School, Tripunithura and Choice School, Tripunithura. One of the highlights of the day was the interactive session with Dr.Jayatilak, who was one of Business Today’s Top 20 ideators.

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