WHAT IS DTUD?
A unique initiative to preserve our age-old oral traditions and pass on this knowledge to further generations by mapping the rural skills of India and digitizing them.
We are collecting and documenting oral stories and traditions which are slowly becoming extinct due to lack of interest. We are recording these stories with the help of local collaborators, organizations and volunteers from the grassroots communities. The aim of this initiative is to give a voice to these unheard stories through online platforms and keeping the age-old knowledge alive.
WHAT ARE WE DOING?
We are collecting and documenting stories which are slowly becoming extinct due to lack of interest and digitalizing the undocumented traditions for eternity.
We are documenting stories in the following categories like-
WHY WE ARE DOING?
Preserve and protect oral traditions and stories.
Share this undocumented knowledge with the world.
Give a voice and recognition to local communities and their heritage.
Establish a relationship between the previous generations with the urban generation
HOW WE ARE DOING?
Anyone and everyone can send us their stories and be a part of this movement through which we aim to connect generations.
"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you."
HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE?
Meet The Brains
Architect,Traveller and Grass-root Coordinator. Apoorva is a Sustainable Living Advocate with a passion for learning new things. She heads the DTUD vertical for NotOnMap
Currently a teacher and an educator, Sachin is also interested in issues of culture, careers and livelihoods.
A world record holder in writing stories, Dr Bhavesh also holds honorary doctorates from Britain. For the last 2 decades, he has been working in the education sector.
An opportunity for travellers to help the community with their travels