Bindaas Community Media Academy

Check out the new episode of Ram Ram Udaipur!!! This episode features Shri Padam Singh Rathore, renowned snake-catcher and animal lover, and Shrimati Kavita Jain of Banyan Roots organic store.

Volunteer Udaipur collaborated with Clowns Without Borders to visit several hospitals and communities in Udaipur to share joy, laughter and friendship. Come give 2 hrs per week of your time for making Udaipur an amazing place. Film by Govind Kharol, Bindaas Community Media Academy. 

Interview with Mr. Santosh Padwal, documentary film-maker and co-founder of the ‘Bindaas Community Media Academy’ in Fatehpura, Udaipur, to learn more about this initiative and his vision of community media.

Here is the 5th episode of Ram Ram Udaipur, featuring Dr. Jaya Bhavsar and Dr. Ruchi Dixit from Sankalp. 

Ram Ram Udaipur is a local Mewari tv show in Udaipur. This episode features Avinash Nigam, bird conservationist.

 

This is a film about a local basket maker and an social entrepreneur who wants to make him rich. Film by Nikilesh Tayal and Santosh Padwal, made at Bindaas Community Media Academy. Copyleft 2015.

Hass Gulla is Udaipur's first Mewari Comedy Channel. Here is a preview episode of Shri Shail Choyal, an eminent artist and educator, who lives in Bari. Produced by Bindaas Community Media Academy. Shikshantar Films copyleft 2015.

Hass Gulla is Udaipur's first Mewari Comedy Channel. Here is a preview episode of Sandeep Sen, a talented hair stylist and artist, who lives in Dewali. Produced by Bindaas Community Media Academy. Shikshantar Films copyleft 2015

Hass Gulla is Udaipur's first Mewari Comedy Channel. Here is a preview demo episode of Mahesh Nayak who lives in Dewali. Produced by Bindaas Community Media Academy. Shikshantar Films copyleft 2015.

This is a monthly tv series in Mewari language developed by youth of Udaipur: govind kharol, santosh padwal, sandeep sen, and kishan prajapat. its purpose is to inspire people for swaraj and localisation for Udaipur as a Learning City.

Udaipur as a Learning City