… everyone in India knows this word. It is the farmers’ harvest festival. It signifies a new beginning. During Sankranti, people welcome God into their homes by decorating the entrances with a rangoli made of flowers or powdered paint pigments. The middle of the rangoli is often decorated with an incense stick stuck into a pile of cow dung.
About us: The association consists of eight full members and we have the option of taking on supporting members. Our shared objective is to help the small farmers in India.
We’re a colourful mixture of people and we don’t belong to any political or religious associations.
We are made up of:
- a nurse
- an actor and qualified farmer
- a secondary school teacher
- a kindergarten teacher
- a human rights activist
- an artist
- a housewife
- a notary assistant
- a family therapist
- a physiotherapist
Monika Ratering, Chairperson
Strelitzer Str. 71
D- 10115 Berlin
Tel. 0049 (0)30 4498328
We would be happy to receive any suggestions or feedback that you may have via post or email!
Karin Anne Söller, Vice Chairperson
D- 10555 Berlin
Sankranti e.V. has the status of a non-profit organisation and in accordance with the Berlin tax authority (28. 06. 2017) is exempt from taxes. The association’s representative, Monika Ratering is authorised to issue donation receipts.
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