Non Resident Indians (NRI) Parents

Strenghtening Connection with Your Roots.

India boasts a rich and vibrant cultural heritage, spanning across centuries of history and traditions. However, many NRI (Non-Resident Indian) children grow up disconnected from this cultural heritage, often feeling a sense of alienation from their roots. Growing up in a foreign environment that may perceive them as "foreigners" can lead to identity confusion and a lack of cultural pride.

VReal's immersive virtual tours provide a transformative solution for NRI children, offering a unique opportunity to reconnect them with their cultural heritage and develop a deeper understanding of their roots.

Imagine your child exploring the majestic Rani-ki-Vav, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Patan, Gujarat, India This intricate stepwell, commissioned by the widowed queen Udayamati, is a proof of enduring legacy of the Solanki dynasty and a symbol of Gujarat's rich cultural heritage. An expert guide can bring Rani-ki-Vav's stories to life, weaving tales of its construction, cultural significance, and the role it played in shaping Gujarati identity.

Let an expert storyteller transport you back to the 11th century and unveil the intricacies of Rani-ki-Vav, igniting a spark of pride and cultural identity in the hearts of Indian NRI children.

By immersing listeners in the rich history, children can develop a meaningful appreciation for the Indian culture.By connecting NRI children to their roots, we can help them embrace their identity, build bridges between cultures, and become global citizens who are proud of their heritage and committed to fostering intercultural harmony.

Live Guided Tours

Uspenski Cathedral

Eastern Orthodox cathedral

Pentala

Pentala Archipelago Museum

Qalawun

The Qalawun complex (Arabic: مجمع قلاون‎) is a massive complex in Cairo, Egypt, built by Sultan al-Mansur Qalawun in 1284–1285

Hvitträsk

Hvitträsk is a mansion complex in Kirkkonummi, Finland, about 30 kilometers west of Helsinki. It was designed as a studio home for the members of the Finnish architecture firm Gesellius, Lindgren, Saarinen, later becoming the private residence of Eliel Saarinen.

Gösta Serlachius Museum

The Serlachius Museums offer a meeting place for art and stories, and people who value their high-quality. There are two Serlachius Museums: Art Museum Gösta as well as Museum Gustaf, which tells the stories of history. Our heart and soul consist of art, architecture, history, excellent food, magnificent lakeside nature and hearty service.

Frontmuset

Bunker nr. 302 Irma