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Unwind and reconnect with nature at the Shillim Institute at Hilton Shillim Estate. Discover workshops, courses and discussions designed to provide understanding and insight into indigenous art, music, dance, poetry and more.
The primary focus of the Shillim Institute is eco-tourism, working together to conserve the natural environment and improve the well-being of local inhabitants. The institute moves beyond the traditional view of sustainability as a sole commitment to the environment, and understands the role of art, economics, culture and faith in successfully sustaining communities.
Enjoy the opportunity to integrate with the lives and culture of local residents at this Indian retreat, through mutually beneficial initiatives. Take part in workshops focused around Global Issues, Local Practices and Cultural Exchange, in order to gain greater understanding and appreciation for nature, local society, and culture.
The sessions include but are not limited to global issues, local practices and cultural exchange.
The Institute hosts workshops for up to 35 participants on global issues including Water Energy and Waste, Green Infrastructure, Literacy, Public Health and Global Warming. Each group is tasked with identifying at least three activities, which will be undertaken based on the outcome of the session.
These sessions are conducted by Institute Facilitators and culminate in a presentation of the session’s findings on a Thursday evening. This presentation is open for all guests to enjoy.
The Shillim Institute offers week-long sessions exploring the arts, religion, traditional healing and natural sciences. These fascinating sessions are conducted by Masters with extensive knowledge and expertise in the local application of these practices.
Take part in week-long exchange programs at Shillim Institute, conducted by visiting Masters or Institute Facilitators, in an effort to bring together the arts, culture, policy and practices from around the world.
Exchange ideas include: