By supporting Sankhya Consultants, you are also helping to contribute to a larger vision to give back to the community.
We are extremely grateful for your continued support. Thank you for the bottom of our hearts!
Sankhya Consultants vision is to be able to contribute the skills and knowledge we have back to the community. One of our planned projects is to provide free education to at least 1000 underprivileged women in India in Information Technology skills such as:
- Software Testing
- Software requirements analysis
- CRM system configuration and implementation
- Using WordPress and other Content Management Systems to build websites
Another of our planned projects is to provide IT skills and knowledge to the indigenous community to help start their own business and build an online presence.
If you would like to see how you can help us achieve our goals, please contact us.
Our sister organisations – giving back to the community
Sankhya Consultants are a part of a larger group of organisations committed to serving the community through various channels.
Annalakshmi On the Swan is an Indian vegetarian restaurant located on the banks of the Swan River in Perth. It is largely run through the work of voluntary staff that includes mothers and grandmothers all of whom know what it takes to prepare a wholesome meal with homely love.
Annalakshmi welcomes guests from all walks of life where one pays what his/her heart feels. This facilitates the generosity of some to do a noble deed of providing for the less fortunates through the services of Annalakshmi. Annalakshmi,the “mother” of sustenance sits on the banks of the Swan and provides an ambient atmosphere where vegetarian dining is a cultural experience.
Saraswati Mahavidhyalaya or SMV is an institution whose vision is to be a centre for artistic and scientific learning, in keeping with holistic values. The institute is the brainchild of our late patron Swami Shantanand Saraswati. He envisioned an institute where arts and sciences, ancient and modern, can be learned and explored, synthesised into a holistic experience for the student, since “Truth is One and Paths are Many”. The ultimate goal is to serve humanity through education.
‘Saraswati’ literally means ‘that which is constantly flowing’. ‘Maha’ means great and ‘Vidhyalaya’ translates ‘to seat of knowledge’, therefore “a great seat of knowledge that constantly enlightens the ever changing and moving mind”.
Since 2008, the Swan Festival of Lights has been setting the Perth foreshore alight with a multitude of colours, rhythms and flavours. Celebrating the festival of Deepavali (Diwali), which literally means ‘row of lights’, the festival uses the unifying theme of ‘light’ to bring together and celebrate Western Australia’s cultural diversity through dance, music and cuisine.This smoke and alcohol-free event is organised by the non-profit organisations The Temple of Fine Arts and Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA.