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Student Exchange for Change
Ajoka Theatre’s play Dara playing to a packed house in Delhi at the 4-day Theatre festival ‘Humsaya’ organized by Routes 2 Roots.
A unique program specially hosted by Routes 2 Roots for underprivileged children.
Routes 2 Roots undertakes the world’s largest oral histories program between the students of India and Pakistan in a bid to sow the seeds of friendship and harmony between the future generations of the two neighbor’s. The program has been a runaway success.
Students from Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad visiting the iconic monument Qutab Minar in Delhi as part of the heritage visit during the Student Exchange Program.
Delegates of the students Exchange program visit the Bahai Temple, also known as the Lotus Temple, a popular tourist destination in Delhi during the program hosted by Routes 2 Roots.
A still from the site seeing tour of students visiting India from Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad during the student Exchange program of Routes 2 Roots which was a massive success.
The iconic Taj and a memorable visit for students from across the border who visited India as part of the students Exchange Program of Routes 2 Roots undertaken to strengthen the relationship between the two countries at the core by educating the children of both sides about their shared history.
Young students perform for their friends from across the border as they welcome them into their own country during the Student Exchange Program.
A heritage site and a visit by a group of students visiting the country for the Student Exchange Program make for a memorable picture!
Students from India explore parts of a heritage monument in a city across the border as part of their trip to Lahore and Islamabad during the physical leg of the Student Exchange Program.
The Launch of the Student Exchange Program by Routes 2 Roots in New Delhi in 2010 which was attended by educationists and dignitaries from India. The Program was inaugurated by Member of Parliament Mr Manish Tiwari and Principal Sanskriti School, Delhi Mrs Abha Sehgal.
Routes 2 Roots founders Tina Vachani and Rakesh Gupta with Chief Guest MP Manish Tiwari and Principal, Sanskriti School, Delhi Abha Sehgal at the launch of the Student Exchange Program in New Delhi in 2010.
Indian students visiting Pakistan during the Student Exchange Program organized by Routes 2 Roots had the privilege to go inside the Pakistan Parliament and they were given an opportunity to click photographs explore the Parliament hall as part of their trip.
A memorable moment at the Red Fort, Delhi where students from across the border along with their teachers posed together during the Heritage visit of the Student Exchange Program
Students from across the border visiting India during the Student Exchange Program had the opportunity and privilege to make a trip to the President’s House in Delhi. A moment from that memorable visit!
Students and teachers capture a moment in front of the iconic India Gate during heritage trip as part of the Student Exchange Program.
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