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Rudra Kund, Jatipura (Govardhan)

Rudra Kund, Jatipura (Govardhan)

Rudra Kund, Jatipura (Govardhan)

Rudra Kund, Jatipura (Govardhan)

Brahma Kund (Vrindavan)

Brahma Kund (Vrindavan)

Brahma Kund (Vrindavan)

Brahma Kund (Vrindavan)

Seva Kunj (Vrindavan)

Seva Kunj (Vrindavan)

Seva Kunj (Vrindavan)

Seva Kunj (Vrindavan)

About us

About Braj Foundation

The Braj Foundation is a non-profit organization, established in December 2005 to restore and revitalize the environmental and cultural heritage of Braj Bhoomi (land of Braj)- the land of Shri Radha Krishna, which falls within the Golden Triangle of Delhi, Jaipur & Agra, most parts of which ...

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  • Water Body Revival
  • Heritage Conservation
  • Braj Development Plans
  • Grove Revival
  • Rural Development
  • Revival of Folk Festivals
  • Pan India Braj Mahotsavs
  • Community Development

Accomplishments so far :

  • Restoration of 46 Ancient Water Bodies in different stages
  • Revival of 2 Groves, work on 4 more in progress
  • Protection of Hills & Regeneration of Green Cover
  • Master planning of Braj for UP Govt.
  • Restoration of 3 heritage buildings
  • Audio-visual documentation of Braj culture
  • Drinking water supply projects in some villages
  • Exhaustive scientific survey of Braj region
  • World-wide awareness campaign about the plight of Braj
  • Nine grand Braj Mahotsavs in different parts of the country
  • Special legislations for Braj protection

What We Do


Water-Body-Revival

Water Body Revival

Braj has over 1000 ancient water bodies, locally called as Kunds. Out of these over 800 kunds are in dilapidated condition

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Heritage-Conservation

Heritage Conservation

There are thousands of heritage buildings in Braj which are in a dilapidated condition and need immediate attention.

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Braj-Development-Plans

Braj Development Plans

A Tourism Master Plan of Braj worth Rs. 2000 crores has been prepared by The Braj Foundation in a consortium with IL&FS IDC

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Grove-Revival

Forest Revival

Braj is the land of forests. There were 137 tanscendental groves in Braj. Out of which only 3 have survived rest have been reduced to dust.

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Rural-Development

Rural Development

Drinking water crisis is growing everyday in different parts of the country. Mathura (UP) has a peculiar crisis

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Revival-of-Folk-Festivals

Revival of Folk Festivals

Braj Foundation successfully organised the 125 years old Sanjhi Art Mela at Brahma Kund, Vrindavan from 5-12 Oct 2015

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Pan-India-Braj-Mahotsavs

Pan India Braj Mahotsavs

It is said of Braj: “Saat var nau tyohar”( on seven days in a week, we have nine festivals ) and “Every word is a song, every step is a dance

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Community-Development

Community Development

No effort to restore Braj Heritage can succeed without involving the local community. Realizing this need our team

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Conserving Heritage

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Contact us

  •   C-6/28, SDA,
    Hauz Khas,
    New Delhi - 110016
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  •   E-mail : info@brajfoundation.org
  •   91-11-2656-6800, 91-11-2651-9080
  •   9873946800