Anubhuti means profound experience and assimilation leading to self-realization.
Anubhuti is learning from perception, inference, comparison and the spoken or written word.
Anubhuti, as the very name suggests, is a school working towards an experiential learning approach.
It is a co-educational residential school, near Jalgaon in Maharashtra, about fifty km away from the famous Ajanta Caves, a World Heritage site.
The logo shows Bhurja Patra – bark of the Himalayan birch tree – which was widely used in ancient India for writing. On it shines the sun of knowledge dispelling evil, darkness and death. Symbolising at once the Indian cultural heritage and the modern global vision.