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This film has been made with the monks of Dhangkar Monastery in Spiti, India. No mosquitoes were killed in the making of this film. Film by: Nitin Das, Music: Avinash Baghel, Special thanks: Sunil Chauhan.

Director’s note: The world is warming and the climate is changing, whether we like it or not. And it’s going to impact each one of us in some way or the other. The next time a heat wave hits you or a mosquito bites, think about it.

But change is inevitable and humans have the gift of shaping their own future to a certain extent. The question is, are you willing to take on the responsibility? History has shown that it is common people like you and me that come up with ideas to create a better planet. Just like a small flame that can ignite an entire forest, small actions can have a big impact in transforming our world.

Help us use this film, not just to raise awareness about climate change but also to send life saving mosquito nets to ACT a non-profit working in malaria infested regions of north-east India.

Please subscribe to our site for fables and films from amazing places. Also share this link with a few friends. Spread a little awareness. The world needs it.

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More than 3.5 million people die each year from water-related disease. The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.
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Mewat is a historical region in northwestern India, that has its origin in the folklore of the Mahabharata. Somehow the economic progress in India has forgotten Mewat in the folds of history. It lies in a semi-arid region and one of the biggest challenges is getting access to clean drinking water.

One Earth Environment Foundation is undertaking a unique campaign to raise funds for providing clean water for a few villages in Mewat. By raising 4000 US$ we shall help Mehmood Khan build a team of ‘water entrepreneurs’. These water entrepreneurs shall be able to provide clean water at an affordable price to a large number of villagers in Mewat.

If you’d like to pitch in, please contribute through any of the following options. No amount is small.

Donate online through your credit /debit card/ paypal or

Send an on-line trasfer / post a cheque.On receiving the funds we shall send you a signed receipt.

*In your contribution please mention subject as: ‘water for mewat’


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Can a 7 year old girl from a remote Himalayan village succeed in her quest to create a better planet? Watch this short award winning film and let us know what you think.

Can a 7 year old save our planet ?

Film by Nitin Das – http://www.filmkaar.com
Supported by – Ecosphere – http://www.spitiecosphere.com

Asst. Direction – Sonam Lotay
Actors – Ishi Zangmo, Kunga Wangchuk, Rinchen Dolma, Lobzang Dolma, Tashi Norzom, Tenzin Changchuk

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Many, many miles away from you but perhaps not so far away in time, there exists an elite group of warriors. Their sole purpose in life is to protect the oldest treasure on this planet. They are guardians of the most fascinating places on earth and protectors of the creatures that live in those enchanted lands.

The far away warriors are facing their greatest challenge ever. An enemy so powerful that all of them combined cannot defeat it.  A force mightier than the mountains and stronger than the oceans . Despite their best efforts the treasure is slowly disappearing.

So they have come together and formed a plan and you are reading this because you are a part of it.

To be a part of our adventure  please subscribe to this site. Subscribing to this site shall keep you posted on all the new stories and films that we feature regularly. We hope you will join us because the treasure is as much yours as it is ours.

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