Children and Youth Festival.
Anjali Asserts SAY YES TO ALL CHILDREN.
Anjali is India’s first and only international children’s festival which aims to bridge gaps for making the society more inclusive and restore fun-filled childhood by showcasing the potential of children with disabilities to mainstream society.
We endeavour to burn bridges by enabling children, disabled or non-disabled children, from all backgrounds and walks of life to discover each other in five days camp. So, what's different about Anjali?
INCULCATE A SENSE OF VOLUNTEERISM.
OF JOYFUL LEARNING.
BRIDGING THE GAPS.
IN PRE & PRIMARY SCHOOL.
INTERACTIVE RATHER THAN BLACK-BOARD TEACHING.
Anjali is an attempt to bring the world closer through various activities. It’s where memories for a lifetime are made.
Visit of Mainstream School Children
Experiencing the challenges of disability
Inter School Competitions
From science modeling, collage making to quiz; from music to dance, the festival encourages group competitions over solo performances to foster bonding among children.
Festivals of Joy
Carnival of Love
Taking place annually on the first day of Anjali Festival in Bhubaneshwar, this carnival is seen packed with costume parades, live music, and street performances, and more at one of the biggest events of the year.
Indradhanush (Cultural Extravaganza)
The only inclusive international children festival in India
ALL THINGS EXCITING.
There are three components to
Anjali, its Camp, Awards, and Scholarships.
For five magical days in November, young participants are engaged and entertained by resource persons, celebrity visitors, hands-on arts activities, movies, games and city tours- devised to delight, challenge and spark imagination.
Anjali recognises, commends and awards the believers, the thinkers, the dreamers and the doers, specifically who have worked for physically and socially challenged. These include Anjali Award for Bravery, Anjali Award for Commitment and Anjali Awards for Service.
These scholarships enable competent students to receive opportunities to help them become economically self-sufficient and independent.
Participants in just of 18 years
from 28 states, UTs. & 15 countries
Dedicated part-time volunteers.