About Us

Story of Kaavya

काव्य की कहानी

Indian literature has a very rich heritage, much older than its music, sculpture, and painting. Sanskrit literature begins with the collection of oral hymns - the Rigveda.
The Sanskrit epics Ramayana and Mahabharata were subsequently codified and appeared towards the end of the 2nd millennium BCE.

The beauty of language and love for stories has been appreciated throughout the nation ever since.

Different literary forms found patronage under various rulers. Poetry and literature also played a significant role during the Indian struggle for independence.

But in these changing times, we are losing touch with the high quality Indian literature. Kaavya aspires to bring the belongingness back and wants people to embrace the excellence of Indian literature. We are an open, all-embracing and non-dimensional platform, that wants to bring people together, and give everyone a place to come forward to express themselves through the beauty of their language.


काव्य का लक्ष्य क्या है?

Our mission is to celebrate, embrace, and promote
Indian national languages through literature and art.

We aspire to inspire people for being fearless, courageous, and vulnerable enough to be able to tell their stories.
The Kaavya Foundation is a platform which fosters the excellence, beauty, and purity of Indian literature, and the art of storytelling. We understand the power of the truth, and we encourage and acknowledge young minds to express themselves truthfully.


काव्य का रूपक

Kaavya wants to sow a seed.

This seed, with the help of food and water would grow its roots down into the soil and create a strong foundation. The stem would then carry the sugar from the leaves to the rest of the plant so that it can grow into a profound tree, its fruits and flowers to be enjoyed by everyone.

Each part of the plant has a job that will help it grow.

It's a two-way process. If our roots are strong, and so is our love for literature, then we can have a strong tree. We want this tree to flourish, and make it more accessible so that people from across the globe can come, sit and enjoy its beauty.