Upcoming Workshops

23 August - 24 August

This workshop is aimed at introducing participants to the ancient art of paper making. Participants will be instructed on how to prepare plant fibers, make pulp, form sheets, etc. and will try their hands at different stages of the paper making process.

27 August - 27 August

The wealth of local foods, their nutritional and ayurvedic values reflects the greatness of this culture. Many of these foods have been eclipsed by the industrialised agriculture and this workshop aims teaching people how to revalue them in traditional and fusion cooking styles.

28 August - 28 August

Local foods are easy to grow thus are found in abundance. They use less water, have high nutritional & medicinal values, are non-exclusive and have no ecological cost. All in all exploring & eating local foods is the most simple and direct action we can have to undermine the vast exploitation and pollution caused by industrialised agriculture.

30 August - 30 August

It is imperative that we stop polluting our water sources with chemical soaps. By making our own soap with natural resources found locally, we can recycle all our waste water to grow food. The Process is simple, easy and fun.

02 September - 07 September

Compressed Stabilised Earth Block (CSEB) is composed of a mix of soil, sand and water, stabilised with ~5% cement, and compressed manually. This technique aims to make extensive use of raw earth as the main building material, thereby utilizing low-cost, low-carbon, local materials and minimising the use of imported industrial building materials.

04 September - 06 September

Exploring Auroville Architecture is developed by Auroville Consulting in cooperation with local experts in order to share our experience in architecture with the world outside. During the 3-day workshop participants will get to experience the various architectural expressions at Auroville and the learning that came during the building process.

09 September - 14 September

Compressed Stabilised Earth Block (CSEB) is composed of a mix of soil, sand and water, stabilised with ~5% cement, and compressed manually. This technique aims to make extensive use of raw earth as the main building material, thereby utilizing low-cost, low-carbon, local materials and minimising the use of imported industrial building materials.