Let us connect and bridge the gap
Today, the Janajatis are facing difficulties even in basic facilities such as education, medical facilities and economic development. If we as a Society had made efforts to recognize our Tribal Brothers and Sisters and bridge the disconnect, today the picture would have been different. There is a general misconception that monetary help or providing resources to the Janjati Community is the only contribution expected from the City Dwellers. Although the monetary help is of great importance, even more, important is to connect with our Janjatis and create awareness amongst the urban community of the fact that these Janjatis are an inseparable part of our Country and we share common cultural heritage and legacy. Janjatis may be economically weak in contemporary terms but have rich and vibrant cultural values. VKA aims at the establishment of intimate contact and relations between the urban community and the Janjati Community, which will pave the way, on the one hand, for the physical progress of the Janjatis and on the other hand, the possibilities to increase cultural values and eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle in urban families.