Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | The (Photographer: Courtesy to Lilaloka)" rel="https://www.aurovilleradio.org/wp-content/uploads/import/2013_04_05_interview_lilaloka_project_english_1-150x150.jpg" /> Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | The project holder : Yvelise, Aikya, Anne, Veronique and Sandrine. Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | The kid can develop his imaginationin in the (Photographer: Courtesy to Lilaloka)" rel="https://www.aurovilleradio.org/wp-content/uploads/import/2013_04_05_interview_lilaloka_project_english_3-150x150.jpg" /> Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | Some activities will be done outside. Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | Lilaloka will complete the school. Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | Children of all age can participate. Photographer:Courtesy to Lilaloka | Individual game.
05 Apr / 2013Program by:
Featured: YveliseLanguage: English

Lilaloka takes form

The project of Lilaloka, ‘the place to play’ in Sanskrit, was founded thanks to the determination of five women with educational background. Neither school nor airy center or nursery, Lilaloka goes further, offering a new educational approach centered on the joy and the game. The future center will offer various activities for all children, promoting self-learning and avoiding the competition and judgment. Yvelise, one of the project holder, explain the meaning and the organization of Lilaloka. Contact: lilaloka@auroville.org.in

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