The Last Avatar Project
THE LAST AVATAR is a project that visually documents the Gods that we know as individual Indian tribes. It is an archive of their traditions so that their existence can be saved for the future generations of people outside the community also, who want to be educated about their cultural grounds. It is an attempt to keep all those roots airy, that will give life to newer saplings. With this archival of cultural history, we aim to preserve the majestic demeanour that these tribes live their life with; it is our tribute to the Gods, a tribute for Humanity.
The Last Avatar envisions developing a holistic model for the welfare of the tribal communities. Tribal Art and Culture have been identified as the centric zone around which these models would be developed. They construct a major part of the community’s identity and therefore, loss of either could leave a deep dent in the community’s character. Hence, the Last Avatar is working towards the revival of these cultural assets and promoting a self-sustainable model among the tribal communities based on their cultural heritage.
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Wayanga, a French association that supports indigenous peoples in the respect of their rights, the preservation of their cultures and of the Amazonian forest they inhabit.
Institute for the Knowledge of Autonomous Learning and Awakening Methods
Fondation Jan & Oscar
The Jan & Oscar Foundation was officially founded on June 29, 2005. Over 40 projects have been implemented in 10 years. Every single franc is used for school construction projects.
The Last Avatar
NGO for the preservation of indigenous cultures and communities in Ladakh, India.