Why Language?

Improves Memory

People who speak multiple languages have better attention

Educational Advantage

Bilingual kids display superior reading, writing, social, and cognitive skills

Cultural Advantage

Language is the most powerful tool to break down cultural barriers, build strong connections, and cultivate empathy

Emotional Intelligence

Multilingual kids are motivated in the process of speaking, and have a higher sense of self esteem, and self-control

Career Advantage

Multilingual children will see greater global opportunities in their lifetime

Creative Advantage

Bilingual kids score higher in creative thinking and problem solving

Why English ?


  • Articulation
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency
  • Expression
  • Social Speech


  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Memory Building
  • Comprehension
  • Questioning


  • Phonics
  • De-coding
  • Comprehension
  • Reading with meaning and understanding


  • Correct letter formation
  • Creative tasks
  • Spelling
  • Grammar


  • Critical thinking
  • Self awareness
  • Self regulation
  • Social skills
  • Motivation
  • Empathy

Why Hindi?

Hindi, one of the oldest languages in the world, comes from the Devanagari script that is written from left to right with its vowels on top, below, and on both sides of the consonants. This exercises both the left and the right hemispheres of the brain thus boosting its use.

Research shows that language learning not only helps children display a positive attitude but also has a positive impact on brain development. Hindi activates a large part of the neural network of the upper brain that controls cognitive function, decision making and sensory perceptions.

Hindi opens the door to multiple Indian languages and plays a vital role for maintaining strategic relationships globally. Hindi has been deemed vital internationally and supported by favourable market fundamentals and strong demographics, India has ample potential to grow for decades to come.