Project Aaina is an organization that started with the objective of self-reflection. The purpose of this initiative is to stream into the inner consciousness of an individual through an organic artistic process.
We curate a diverse range of events, spanning from immersive mindfulness retreats and community welfare activities to engaging one-day experiences that facilitate a connection with one's inner self through consciously curated activities in the lap of the purest form of art itself; mother nature.
Project Aaina is a huge advocate for different forms of art as a tool for introspection and healing. With a nurturing and inclusive environment, we provide a safe space for individuals to engage in enriching activities that nurture their minds, bodies, and souls.
Our retreats offer a gateway to self-exploration, inviting participants to delve into different aspects of themselves, bask in the wonders of nature, and forge meaningful connections with a diverse community of like-minded individuals. Join us on this vibrant journey of self-discovery and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Our Community Welfare Initiative
While on these retreats we strongly believe in giving back to the community. The idea of community welfare has its roots in giving back to the communities that host Project Aaina. We often travel to remote locations for our retreats and experiencing the authentic culture of these small communities is always a priority. We learn so much from their stories and lifestyle that inspired Rajvi Vats, founder of Project Aaina to initiate these welfare programs as a small token of gratitude towards these communities. Team Aaina strongly believes that creativity and expression are very reliable tools to tackle inner turmoil, especially for young minds. With this passion in mind, we introduce individuals to this powerful tool of art in hopes of giving them a safe space to express themselves. Rajvi Vats reflects on her own experience and issues faced as a child and wishes to give the children of these communities this powerful tool she wished someone had given her at the time. Through these welfare programs, Project Aaina tries to provide underprivileged children with resources for art and creativity while also conducting other interactive sessions to the best of our abilities.