A school that nurtures the physical, mental and vital being along with intellectual ability...
A learning space inspired by child centric pedagogy...
To create self-aware and balanced individuals...
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Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.

About us

Imara is a learning space that has been created for the joy of self-discovery. It has drawn inspiration from the visionary educational philosophy and pedagogical practices expounded by great spiritual teachers of the East and West who felt the time had come to spell out a different education for a New World.

We form a meeting ground of concerned individuals – of parents, facilitators and socially committed citizens – who are deeply invested in the idea of “transformational schooling” as the foundation that must be provided to help support a new generation of children to grow into fully integrated and self-aware individuals. It is our belief that only such individuals can fulfil the creation of a New World by understanding, acceptance and respect for all living entities on the planet.

The realization that each human being is a self developing soul and that the business of both parent and teacher is to enable and help the child to educate himself.
Sri Aurobindo

Who We Are

Our Aspiration

We work from the fundamental conviction that the child is a whole being and cannot be fragmented just into mind and body. The heart of the child must be acknowledged and nurtured as well.
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Learning At Imara

Any child who enters Imara comes in with their own innate sense of curiosity and enthusiasm. These become the building blocks of the learning journey and the voyage of self-discovery that they embark upon at Imara.
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Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.
Margaret Mead

Our Team

The facilitators at Imara strive to provide an environment and learning space that is non-judgemental, loving and anxiety free to help children blossom into the best versions of themselves.

Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.
Jess Lair, author

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Blogs by our Facilitators


Blogs from our parent's viewpoint


Student Expressions