Puqaar is a not-for-profit organization registered under the Rajasthan Society Registration Act 1958. We are a think-tank engaged in crafting and propagating new policy concepts that enable decision makers to prepare for a brighter future in uncertain times. Founded to create new forms of intellectual capital, Puqaar is working to preserve and nurture indigenous Folk Culture and promote popular awareness about Nature and Wildlife Conservation.


Our vision is to become a thought leader and contributor in the fields music conservation and nature conservation.


Release our documentary series on the folk music of Rajasthan:

Rajasthani folk music has come of age in the last ten years. However, are the new wave of artists making it big nationally and internationally simply “pop” artists who have fused the rudiments of their art into popular world music or are they actually the torch bearers of their respective art forms? Is the continuity of the ancient music of Rajasthan being preserved or will we wake up a few generations hence and lament a lost culture?

We have decided to find out in the only way possible – drive to the remote corners of the deserts of Rajasthan, to the villages where the folk music styles originated and evolved, and explore their world through the eyes of the musicians themselves and their patrons. The first part of this documentary was showcased last year, an its second edition will be unveiled at the 2018 Festival.


Initiate a cleanliness drive in Ranthambore:

Recognizing the need to keep Ranthambore litter-free, Puqaar will donate one full sized garbage collection truck to the Sawai Madhopur Municipal Corporation.


Puqaar is primarily a policy maker that will create action plans and fund local NGOs working in the fields of music and nature conservation.