India | Archeologie en natuur

Zet je in voor een groepsproject in India. Dit project vindt plaats van 2 t/m 15 november en biedt ruimte aan 22 deelnemers in de leeftijd van 18 t/m 65 jaar. Als vrijwilliger zal je werkzaamheden gaan uitvoeren gericht op archeologie.

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Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van ₹ 17500.  (Ca. € 208)
Werk

The Camp: Mahabalipuram is listed as No. 6 in the list of world heritage sites of India. Our camp will focus on the protection of India’s cultural heritage and sites of historical importance. We will promote sensitivity and respect towards this World Heritage site among school children, college students, tour guides and the community with the cooperation of the Lions Club, Government College of Architecture and Sculpture, schools, local NGOs, and the local Tour Guide Association. Activities  Instil national pride in schoolchildren, make them aware of their rich cultural and historical heritage  Awaken your thespian skills with a Street Play along with college students to create awareness of heritage conservation to the locals  Help to combat global warming and also create pleasant, green spots by planting trees and flowering shrubs in the community  Use your creativity to educate the public on heritage conservation, paint murals in public areas  Have lively discussions with college students on the issues of conservation  Plastic and other non-degradable waste is choking our oceans and is deathly to marine life. Do your bit towards maintaining the marine health, join us in a beach cleanup  Develop your artistic ability, learn about the 4 main techniques of Sculpture – carving, assembling, modelling, and casting. Who knows, you could be the next Rodin.

Accommodatie en maaltijden

Accommodation : At a rented guest house or hostel, with shared rooms. You will be provided with bunk beds. Toilets and bathrooms are separate, with shower facilities. Hot water will be made available. Food: South Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian food will be provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Safe, filtered water is available for drinking.

Locatie en vrije tijd

In the 7th and 8th centuries, the Pallava kings founded a group of sanctuaries along the Coromandel coast of India. Temples in the form of chariots (rathas), pavilions (mandapas), cave sanctuaries and a giant open-air bas-relief which depicts Indian rock cut sculpture at its very best are among the archaelogiocal gems you will find here. Mamallapuram, the ancient name for the place was derived from the name Mahamalla (mighty wrestler) given to King Narasimhavarman I of the Pallava dynasty for his feats of strength, one of 12 Indian kings who never lost a battle. The Shore temple built during the reign of Narasimhavarman II is believed to be one of the 7 Pagodas mentioned by Marco Polo during his travels. The many legends attached to these monuments are well worth a read. Interestingly, Quanzhou, a prominent port city in Fujian, China has recently unearthed evidence of trade links with Mahabalipuram, dating back to the 7th century. Korean and Tamil cultures are also interlinked, with about 500 words sharing the same pronunciation and meaning. Leaving slippers outside the house, green chillis hung outside to ward off evil spirits, and bowing before elders are some common traditions. Leisure Activities: You can take the cycle trail to explore the sights of this bustling town. Mahabalipuram is known for its myriad, exquisite sculptures, carved out of rock, with just a simple hammer and chisel, which have stood the test of time for centuries. The Panch (5) Rathas, built to resemble pagodas are an exemplary set of rock temples. They are said to depict the Pandava brothers and their queen, Draupadi. The Varaha cave temple is one of the greatest examples of Pallava art, dating back to the 7th century. Its enchanting location has been used for many an advertisement and movie shoot. The ‘Descent of the Ganges’, or ‘Arjuna’s Penance, is an enormous, rock-cut bas-relief, which depicts both of these significant events in Hindu mythology. The Shore Temple made out of granite chunks is another must-see. Alamparai Fort, a long forgotten trading post was constructed during the Mughal reign in 1736. The ‘Little Israel’ fishermen’s colony is the place to explore local life and listen to their tall tales.

Vereisten

VISA - The participants should come on Tourist visa

Opmerkingen

VISA - The participants should come on Tourist visa

Projectnaam

TALKING STONES

Projectcode

FSL-WC-211

Land

Soort werk

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Startdatum

2-11-2020

Einddatum

15-11-2020

Aantal vrijwilligers

22 (11 mannen en 11 vrouwen)

Leeftijd

18 t/m 65 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

₹ 17500 (Indiase roepie)

Taal

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