This holiday season, we'll be sharing stories from our community who represent what it means to #payitforward. Meet Rohaan, a 17-year-old violinist in India who is helping raise money for students impacted by Covid-19. Watch his story and learn how you too can pay it forward!
We guarantee this will brighten up your day! Our very own Boman Irani sings "Over the Rainbow" featuring the beautiful artwork from our Art for Akanksha program. Thank you for sharing Boman!This one makes me smile, goose bumpy, teary eyed and HOPEFUL all at the same time. Sung ole favourite Over the Rainbow 🌈 with these superstars. Musically coo... ... See MoreSee Less
Akanksha's students secure admission in top international colleges!Many of Akanksha's students are ready to pursue their higher education in colleges abroad. Listen to what they have to say! We wish them all the very best fo... ... See MoreSee Less
Art for Akanksha100 Days of Art with Akanksha Day 64: Grade 3rd: Kandinsky 's Concentric Circles
Shout out to Rajeshri from MEMS Akanksha School, Pune. Oh how fun it is to take Kandinsky's circles and imagine them as more than just circles. Love your imagination grade 3.
Art 1 by Vahida, 8 years old, who says, 'It reminds me of an omlet only it has different colours in it.'
Art 2 by Tufail, 8 years old, who says, 'They look like a pizza.They remind me of different shiny beads.'
Art 3 by Junaid, 8 years old, who says, 'I saw a colourful sun in it. This reminds me of, a colourful rainbow cake, because I like cakes.'
Art 4 by Gauravi, 8 years, who says, 'I had so much fun. It looks like a colourful rangoli. Yes, they look like lollipops. This reminds me of firecrackers (chakari) because it is colourful and circular in shape.'
Art 5 by Anushka, 8 years, who says, 'Yes I liked this activity. It looks like an amoeba, and also has a lollipop shape. This reminds me of a colourful umbrella.'