Restoring Indian Art and Culture

  1. The preservation and allowing public access to all forms of printed and other materials of cultural and educational value through digital archiving.
  2. We have our in-house digitization technology that we use to aid institutions and libraries create archives of old Indian texts and help members of the Indian population have widespread access to the knowledge and historic legacy of India.

  3. Heritage and environmental conservation.
  4. The history of evolution of art and architectural forms indicate the creative generous of Indian people and SPINAC is into preservation of these art forms. SPINAC is deeply involved in not just in conservation of this civilisational heritage of India but proposes to work with other likeminded groups and organisations by placing the information in the public domain.

    SPINAC strongly believes that the wider dissemination of India’s civilisational heritage among people creates the most enduring cultural and secular bond among the present and future generation of Indians.

  5. Research.
  6. The SPINAC has a separate division that is involved in conducting advanced research into the historical and contemporary aspects of South Asia. With particular attention paid to the history of the Indian civilisation, languages and literary traditions, long-term historical social-cultural and political-economic transformation processes are the areas of research.

    The survey, study and documentation of endangered languages and cultural forms are part of research agenda. As the tribes in India have evolved unique forms of oral languages and religious narrative traditions which are endangered in the contemporary world. The SPINAC has a special program to conduct research into the tribal life-world and preserve the endangered language forms in electronic form and allow public access to that treasure trove of Indian culture.

  7. Propagation of secular values and responsible and transparent governance.
  8. The production of educational materials for children and developing new learning technologies to impart Indian languages to children are part of SPINAC outreach activities. Developing interest among children in learning their mother tongue is most important for the better cultural and intellectual growth of the Indian youth.

    The propagation of secular values and ethical principles among civil society through outreach activities is one of the public actives of the Trust. The outreach activities are organised around propagation of RTI, civil/citizen/children rights, gender, tribal and minority community rights and social justice.