“A land of remarkable diversity – from ancient traditions and artistic heritage to magnificent landscapes and culinary creations – India will ignite your curiosity, shake your senses and warm your soul.” – That’s exactly how the Lonely Planet describes India.
Located in the Southeastern part of the Asian continent, India is a country with immense diversity – whether it’s the topography varying from the Himalayas in the North to the Deccan Plateau in the South and the groups of islands on both sides of the peninsula, or the different languages that are spoken at each corner of the country – every part of India has something new to offer. Perhaps that’s the reason we the country kept on attracting foreigners since the ages, who came and ruled the nation in different eras through history.
India, as rightly said by many, is a land of mysteries.
In this 21st Century, India is steadily walking on the path of sustainable development, but there are still people who need a little help from you. There are hundreds of kids at the Street Children’s Schools and the Day Care Centers who need your love, women who are in need to be independent, hospitals having lack of staff and elephant villages seeking volunteers. So if you are interested in doing something for someone, without expecting anything in return, then probably you should plan to volunteer in India in 2018.
And if you are still not convinced, then these photographs will surely spread the magic.
Take a look!
Volunteering India is a trusted volunteer placement organization, that has collaborated with local NGOs, schools, hospital, healthcare clinics, etc., in order to provide the best service to these places through volunteers. People from all across the world have traveled to India and contributed meaningfully towards the developing Indian society.
Placements are offered in two destinations – New Delhi (the capital city) and Palampur (a quaint Himalayan town in the state of Himachal Pradesh). Apart from these, Volunteering for Elephants is also available at a camp in the outskirts of Jaipur (Rajasthan).
While volunteering in India, you’ll have your weekends free and there will be ample scope to explore the country, go for trekking and camping in the Himalayas, visit the ‘Monument of Love’ – Taj Mahal, learn the art of Yoga and tickle your adventure cells by indulging in River Rafting and Paragliding.
Trust me when I say this, being a volunteer in India in 2018 will be one of the most beautiful chapters of your life, and it’ll make you a better person.
For more information about volunteering in India, you can simply drop us a mail at [email protected]