Maker Fest is the Indian continuation of Maker Faire hosted across America, Europe, Africa and Japan. Maker Faire, which launched in California in 2006, now hosts hundreds of thousands attendees. It is the amalgamation of festivals celebrating the innovators and an art show with booths for inventors, demonstrations, and workshops for attendees.
Stretching from every corner of India, Maker Fest is about developing a great maker community where people can learn and share about making. Creators, artists and hobbyist across the country are invited to present their contemporary applications of ideas using the vast ocean of art, science and technology. We welcome the entire maker community in India to come together to ideate, build and share.
Our vision is to catalyze innovation and entrepreneurship in India at the grassroots level. I’ve attended the California Maker Faire with my children for many years so I’ve seen the impact it can have. Maker Faires are filled with people like you and me who are just making things at home and when they get the chance to share their projects and find collaborators, great new products and companies emerge. We hope this will be the first of many events, and that Maker Fest will spread across India to showcase makers, tinkerers, and do-ers of every stripe.
– Asha Jadeja
Makerfest founder, Visionary, Entrepreneur, Venture Capitalist, Philanthropist
Motwani Jadeja Family Foundation
The Motwani Jadeja Family Foundation (MJFF) is a charitable organization focused on supporting entrepreneurs in under-served pockets of the world and promoting the development of world-class education, innovation, and empowerment of people particularly in India, Africa, and the United States.