The flow chart below illustrates our systematic approach towards the all round development of Braj as a model rural society based on the traditional Indian culture of harmony between natural resources and human needs.
In resource poor area's people and environment are often trapped in a downward spiral. Penury of natural resources often forces the less privileged to consume the few resources available to them.
In the Braj region, this led to the awry consumption and destruction of the natural environment and ecology. The result is deeper poverty, depleted soils, deforested hills, polluted waters, disease, and despair.
Our model demonstrates how the replenishing of the natural landscape will eventually lead to overall growth of the Brajwasi, physiologically as well as financially.
As evidenced in the writing of numerous historians and scholars, the Braj ecology and natural landscape is made up of four essential elements - Kunds (water bodies), Vans (forests), Hills and Yamuna.
This forms the basic premise in our model. Any efforts towards reinstating the glory of Braj as a traditional rural society must essentially start from the re-strengthening of these four pillars of the quadrangle of the Braj landscape.