Updates

JPP Partners with Henry Fraser

To help us raise funds, mouth-artist Henry Fraser has designed a range of clothing for children and adults with his ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ painting, all proceeds of which are generously being donated to the Joshua Playing Project. There are t-shirts, hoodies and jumpers available in a range of colours and sizes. You can take Read More

Have you heard of Camel Fair?! It’s where it all began…

It is without a doubt the biggest event in the Pushkar calendar. As unique as it is crazy, Camel Fair, or Pushkar Ka Mela, is one of the biggest livestock fairs in the world, and it has become globally famous for the fun and celebrations that accompany it. School stops for the five day extravaganza, Read More

Happy Diwali

HAPPY DIWALI Diwali, The Festival of Light, is probably India’s most internationally renowned holiday. Every year Hindu families around the world celebrate Diwali (also known as Tihar or Deepawali and various other names), and light lanterns in their homes in recognition of the triumph of ‘light’ over ‘darkness’. It is a festival of joy and Read More

JPP’s 6th Birthday

Hello all, Today we are very proud and happy to say that it has been 6 years to the day since we first set up JPP in Pushkar to help local kids to go to school, have a decent meal a day, and be shown the respect that they deserve. Most know the story already, Read More

A very special Indian Wedding

JPP has had a lot to celebrate in the last year! We have moved out of the temple to a new location, been granted our Charitable Status (thanks UK Gvt!) and we have more kids attending the project than ever. It was therefore inevitable that when our UK and India teams came together there would Read More