Nurturing Minds - a one of a kind organization based in Mumbai headed by Bharati K Trivedi. At Nurturing Minds, we help you to improve various skills, reconnect with yourself and help you spark interest and curiosity for new ways to learn numerous talents and fulfill your dreams.
Through our various programs we inform, enlighten and educate minds, inspiring and helping adults and children alike to absorb new ideas, expand boundaries and think about the world from a fresh perspective.
This mind-nurturing quest started in 2012 and over the years it has helped us to see things or has inspired us to think in a new way. We hope we will help you nurture your mind too...
Our main aim is ‘Nurturing the Society’. We strongly believe that a Happy Family is key to a Happy Society. Through our varied programs we aim to empower and spread happiness amongst individuals, families, communities and societies to lead a more fulfilling, creative and satisfying life.
We work with corporates, schools, individuals, children and NGOs through one on one meetings or workshops, meetings, camps etc. Nurturing Minds has also forayed into altruistic endeavors through its charitable trust - NMCT.
Based out of Tardeo, Borivali in Mumbai, Panchgani and Goa our diverse activities ensure that we cater to people from all age groups and all walks of life.
We are here to make a difference.
Kavach - A Movement is working towards creating the right kind of sexuality and hygiene awareness amongst the young adolescents and their immediate social group. We are a Project under Nurturing Minds Charitable Trust that wishes to undo all the stigma related to a woman’s most personal and important physical cycle, menstruation.
The Managing trustee, Mrs. Bharati Trivedi has been a sexuality educator for more than 10 years now and has been contributing in the field of socially for more than that. She is a graphologist, handwriting/ logo analyst, counselor, psychologist, overseas career counselor and much more.
Prior to one of her workshops on sexuality awareness, while the Principal of the school (name unspecified) and herself were having a dialogue, a 9th grade girl walked in the cabin room and asked for permission to go home and sought leave for 4 days. On questioning what was wrong, she mentioned she was on her period and had to go home. The Principal ordered her to take a sanitary napkin from the class teacher and continue until the school hours were over.
She very shyly refused and told the Principal that she could not use the sanitary napkin because she was not wearing any underwear. Now, however much untrue it may sound, it was true. After finally speaking to the girls, Mrs. Trivedi found that most of the girls did not have their undergarments on them. The essential reason for the same being an economic one. Stunned with the information and the agony of the realization that 10 years of service was a task half complete, the genesis of KAVACH- A MOVEMENT began…More
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