Existing Nooks

Kaggalipura, Karnataka

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The Nook is situated just 15km outside Bangalore and is placed in a small village and provides a safe space for a community where most youth are moving out to look for jobs. It has helped women start their own businesses making them financially independent.

Khera Jattan, Punjab

Khera Jattan Front

Situated in a farming oriented community in Punjab, the Nook has given the village an inside look at technology and the world outside. This space has provided them with options on career choices, the freedom to choose how they want to live their lives.

Fort Kochi, Kerala

Situated 2km from Fort Kochi, the Nook provides a safe space for different people from marginalized communities to explore, unlearn and exercise the right to choose what, how and when they want to learn.

Dilshad Garden (Morning)

The Nook is situated in a government-aided school where most students are learning to choose how, when and what they want to learn without the stress of exams and homework.

Dilshad Garden (Afternoon)

In the afternoon the Nook becomes a space for young people in the community to come and utilize the space and learn without restrictions.

JP Nagar, Bengaluru


The Nook is situated in the vibrant community of Avalahalli JP Nagar in Bengaluru.

Whitefield, Bengaluru,


Whitefield Inside

Situated in a government-aided school in Whitefield, Bengaluru, the nook provides a safe and creative space for young children and women from the nearby community.

Mayar Bazar, Proto Village, Andhra Pradesh

Maya Bazaar_Proto Village

Some 120 km from Bengaluru in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, a self-made village for the community and Maya Bazaar is situated in the center of the village to promote creativity and the power to choose when they want to and how to learn.

Shivaji Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka

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Located in the entrepreneurial community of Shivajinagar in Bengaluru,  young girls and women use the the nook as a place to explore the outside world, unlearn social norms and exercise the right to choose what they want to learn.