Sociocultural Walks & Tours for Photographers, Filmmakers, Students, NGO’s, Non Profits and Research Institutions with an option to get a Travel Video Documentary done in HD. Espirito Kashi is an alternative media project (focussed about preserving the essence and colors of Indian Culture) rooted in Banaras, India. The radical mindset of this media project is often mellowed down amidst folk tales of Banaras. On the first visit to Banaras (October 2011), the spirit flew over to attend a roots theatre featuring The Rasa Leela – Rites of Lord Krishna and Radha until Holi enacted by the Rasa Leela Mandal (group) from Vrindavan. The children played Gods and the other Gods were busy fighting over good and evil. The major turn came when on the third day Masked Gods were a bit drunk on the local soma juice (rumor). They started discussing todays socio political scenario, while carrying on this mythological, philosophical and colorful story. Soon, the uber comedian of each one came out and the dark sides of capitalism were discussed, over a laugh. And that is what we aim to discuss with you. While we take you over for a Heritage walk we will discuss how the winds are blowing around here, and not just limit it to art, philosophy, mythology, audio/video making and the myths flying around. In Varanasi (also known as Kashi) people celebrate 410 festivals in a year. It is one of the oldest living town of the world, probably because of the state of mind, that people have kept intact for generations. It talks very clearly in their communication, sense of humor, beliefs and day long activities. Varanasi is therefore the cultural capital of India, situated the banks of mildly flowing Ganga river which sparks with light from the Sun all day long and by the evening, from it’s worship. It is also the biggest cremation ground for hindus. But on the extreme side, it’s home of the Sun God, who is believed to be present in the Lolark Kund (Trembling Sun’s Pond) nearby. People take a dip here to be able to give birth to a progeny. Death and Birth, both are present in this town. There is a network of narrow alleys (7.5 km) which homes various cultures, aromas and celebrations. It is often thought of as a colorful labyrinth, which exists between the event of birth and death. The one who dies in Kashi, is liberated from the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. We provide sociocultural walks inside this kaleidoscopic network of alleys and the banks of the Ganga river for photographers, documentary filmmakers and to those who would wouldn’t expect us to know the exact age of the heritage buildings and appreciate something different from the mainstream. Itineraries are planned accordingly. We also provide an option to get your walk/tour video documentary done, which can later be uploaded online and used by you. thank you.