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Grand Opening of the Community Centre

The Grand Opening was prompt at 10.30am, we were fortunate to have the presence of three monks from Kaza monastery who came to bless the building with a Special Puja for purity and prosperity.  We were honoured to have Mr Ravi Thakur, Vice Chairperson for National Commission for Scheduled Tribes to cut

August 25, 2015
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Knit-for-Spiti Update

We would like to thank all our knitters for their kind donations of sweaters, we are not taking any further donations at the moment, every child in the valley has 3 sweaters each, keeping them warm during the winter months. We may start donations again in the future.

August 25, 2015
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Community Centre Foundations – Update April 2015

Spiti Projects has taken particular care with all their buildings, bearing in mind the importance of a stable structure in this seismic zone.

May 5, 2015
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The latest on the Community Centre Building Project

The building of the Community Centre is progressing at a fantastic rate, despite bad weather and delayed supplies. There is a race to get the roof on before October 1st, when winter begins. We have over 30 people working on site, at a time, all with their own expertise. There is a very positive atmosphere, a

August 15, 2014
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Our wonderful team of Architects working for us on the Community Centre in Kaza

We have a wonderful team working for us on the Community Centre in Kaza, Spiti Valley.

August 15, 2014
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Spiti Sweaters

During my visit to Spiti in March when the temperatures were still minus 15C at night, the days were quite cool too!

April 28, 2014
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Community Centre in the snow

Due to the cold temperature, it was minus 6C and snowing, there was 3 inches of fresh snow on the ground when this photo was taken on 22th April.

April 28, 2014
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‘Buy a Brick’ Appeal

Please help us to build a Community Centre in Kaza, the principal town in the Spiti Valley, for the benefit of a Tibetan community of 10,000 people.

April 4, 2014
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Eco-Community Centre in Spiti Valley

In 2012, the Auroville Earth Institute took on a project to design and build a community centre in the remote Himalayan town of Kaza, 3600M Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.  Designed by the Institute’s team of architects, the ground floor will include a village hall, a optical clinic, a centre for indigenous craft, a library, and…

October 2, 2013
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