EnVERT Foundation

EnVERT Foundation, strives to address basic human needs and rights in the following ways:

* To undertake and execute social service projects for the benefit of backward classes.

* To promote and safeguard different forms of art and conduct workshops, events, seminars and conferences on arts.

* To partner with artists, doll makers, sculptors, photographers and other interested individuals.

* To ensure food security and access to adequate water.

* To engage in training and capacity building and conduct awareness campaigns.

* To upgrade skills to international standards through significant industry involvement.

* To develop manpower for furtherence of research studies, self employment and other vocational courses.

* To provide easier access to healthcare through diagnosis, treatment and preventive measures to reduce health risks.

Our Initiative : Indian Art and Dolls Gallery

Artists are born with a special talent and the same needs encouragement and nurturing for the best outputs. In a country like India,

there is no end to talent, across its length and breadth. While a few lucky ones have the access to freedom and affluence, in most

cases, the talent gets wasted due to a variety of reasons, lack of launchpad for strugglers, poverty, social pressures and lack of amenities

being the most common causes. Our intention is to provide platform for expression of genuine talent of artists from the nook and cranny

of the country. Afield Gallery not only promotes the masterpieces of well known artists, but also features the work of talented young artists.

To this effect it wishes to partner with artists, doll makers, mask makers, sculptors, photographers, related institutions, interested individuals,

curators andacademicians for the greater benefit of these forms of art.

Afield Gallery owned by EnVERT Foundation owns the portal www.indianartanddollsgallery.com. It displays an exclusive collection of works

of art by Indian artists which are a real treat to sore eyes. Art aficionados, buyers and collectors across the globe can get regular updates on

the art scenario of India through this gallery. The gallery is professionally managed and holds several solo and group art shows across India.

The primary intention of Afield Gallery is to procure, advice and promote an exclusive range of Indian Art by exploring and evaluating artists

from across the country. The gallery does not restrict itself to paintings, and apart from these, it also showcases traditional Indian ethnic dolls

and masks.

Afield Gallery is actively engaged in promoting Indian art and artists, in curating works of art and photography, holding exhibitions and workshops

for the benefit of art, artists and students of art. A number of innovative ideas and programmes have been conceptualized for the spreading of

awareness about art and for the involvement of underprivileged children."

Digitally captured images of paintings, dolls and masks are showcased on this website; even though utmost care is taken to have them as close to

the original as possible, there are chances of variations in the shades and colours. We suggest that buyers and collectors should read the Terms and

Conditions of the website before making any purchase.

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We are currently holding 12A Certificate with the Income Tax Department

Kindly make donations to the foundation for our social service projects.

The Bank account details are given below:

EnVERT Foundation

Account No: 1485000100645211

Punjab National Bank

56/2, Raja S C Mullick Road

Jadavpur, Kolkata - 700032

IFSC - PUNB0148500

MICR - 700024039

Workshops Organized

"Calcutta on Canvas" at Princep Ghat, Kolkata (7th August, 2016)

Underprivileged children were invited from art school and orphanage. Preparation

of Flex by EnVERT Foundation. Mr. Joaquin Gonzalez Darao, a renowned artist from Spain was invited for the program. Distribution of drawing

kits and food sponsored by ITC.

Dignataries from Lions Club and EnVERT Foundation

Participants in the workshop

"Development of Sundarbans" at Sundarbans, Kolkata (8-9th August, 2016)

The trip was sponsered by West Bengal Tourism Board. The participants of the trip were treasurer of EnVERT Foundation Ms. Rupanjana De,

Mr. Joaquin Gonzalez Dorao, a renowned artist from Spain along with other members. The participants of the trip were provided with fooding

and stay which was also sponsored by West Bengal Tourism Board. The participants went out for a sight seeing which was for the purpose

of painting.

Local Sunderbans

Wall painting at Guesthouse

"Wheels of Joy - Tram Painting" at Nonapukur, Kolkata (10-11th August, 2016)

The Tram Painting event was conducted by EnVERT Foundation with the permission granted by CTC and West Bengal Tourism Department. The

primers used for the painting purposes was sponsored by CTC. The artist has depicted the rich cultural heritage of Kolkata through his

painting. The painting was completed in 2 days. Official inauguration of the Tram was from Esplanade by CTC department. Kids from orphanage

were invited for a joy ride from Esplanade to Shyambazar. Tram painting event was organised by EnVERT Foundation. Paints worth Rs. 52,000

were sponsored by West Bengal Tourism Department.

Painting work is going on by Zoaquin Gonzalez Dorao and Rupanjana De

Bengal's Cuisine by Rupanjana De, Editor Touriosity Travelmag

"Social Prayash - Kasba Girls Home" at Kasba, Kolkata (24th September, 2017 from 10 am to 1 pm)

A Social Prayas by EnVERT Foundation was conducted at Kasba Girls home. The program started with painting workshop and distribution of

Drawing Kits and goodies. The program further proceeded with dance and singing program by the children. There was an interaction session

with the kids by CS Rupanjana De, Dr Paritosh Nandi and other invitees. The program ended with lunch which was sponsored by EnVERT

Foundation. The home was also donated with clothes (some new and some in good condition), shoes and other accessories to the kids.

Social prayash

In-kind donations

"Social Prayash - Ashar Alo Girls Home" at Kalikapur, Kolkata (24th September, 2017 from 1.30 pm to 5 pm)

A Social Prayas by EnVERT Foundation was conducted at Ashar Alo Girls home. The program started with lunch of the girls. The program

further proceeded with distribution drawing kits and goodies to the girls. There was entertainment program by the invitees. It ended with an

interaction session with the girls by CS Rupanjana De, Dr Paritosh Nandi and other invitees. The home was donated with clothes (some

new and others in good condition), shoes and other accessories to the girls.

Girls gifts painting to Rupanjana De

Paintings by girls of Asar Alo Girls home

"Social Prayash - Sanlaap" at Sonarpur, Kolkata (28th October, 2017)

A Social Prayas by EnVERT Foundation was conducted at Sanlaap home. The program started with distribution of clothes and snacks to the girls

and kids followed by interaction with the girls.

Rescue and Relief Foundation

Rupanjana De is interacting with the inhabitants

"Social Prayash - SICW" at Beckbagan, Kolkata (14th November, 2017)

Distribution of goodies and interaction with the kids and caretakers.

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Ineraction

"Social Prayash - Sanlaap" at Sonarpur, Kolkata (4th January, 2018)

Donation of 32 inch Hitachi Television by Mr. Samit Bhattacharya through EnVERT Foundation.

TV donation

Certificate

"Social Prayash - Punorjibon Boys Home" at Tollygunge, Kolkata (1st February, 2018)

Donation of a brand new Television by Ms Aakansha Agrahari through EnVERT Foundation.

Aakansha Agrahari with residents of Punorjibon

Ankita Ghosh and Aakansha Agrahari with residents of Punorjibon

Institutes under EnVERT Foundation