The Ektava kids are on the way!
And we need your help
A long-time dream of Compassionate Chefs Cafe is well on its way to being realized and we need your help to make the final stage as amazing as it can be.
Aside from simply bringing the children of the Gandhi Ashram to the United States to perform, we also want them to know that we’re happy to see them and to feel the warmth of the audience. To that end, we would like to fill the performance space in Berkeley on May 27th to the rafters.
Ticket priced are by donation, please pay what you can afford. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Please go here to make your donation and reserve your seat.
If you are part of a non-profit organization or one that supports children or music, we especially want you there. Please
contact Ranjan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
for special arrangements. Special rates for groups larger than 10 are available through Ranjan as well.
“Ekatva” is a Sanskrit word for “oneness” or “unity.” In partnership with leading Indian performing arts school Darpana Dance Academy, EKATVA has been an inspiring journey of 16 children from the slums who present a 90-minute dance drama about Mahatma Gandhi’s ideals of strength, peace and of course, oneness.
“The concept of the EKATVA tour is to share with the world the power and potential that exists in our underprivileged communities. The EKATVA children and show are examples of what happens when we provide love and opportunity to the children of our world,” says Nimesh Patel, EKATVA Director and Manav Sadhna volunteer.
Share the journey of 16 children from the slums of Ahmedabad to the spirit of Oneness: ekatva.org
See the children perform and learn more about them: youtube.com/ekatva1