Niyamgiri tribe revive wild harvests after Vedanta victory
Increasing farmers’ access to a variety of traditional seeds and planting materials will make them more resilient to climatic hazards.
Holy hill gets its groves back
Snakes, lizards and freshwater turtles, and amphibians, etc. point to the rapid and thriving regeneration of the hill’s ecosystem.
Women in Gir stand up for dignity of widows
Sorath Mahila Vikas Mandali’s journey conveys how the collective power of women can bring about progressive change and transform lives.
Wild foods festival, yum!
Two more festivals near Bhimashankar: on 17th Sept. '17 and 24th Sept.); contact Pradeep at 9881240472 or Subhash Dolas at 9552809784.
Why our bias against oral cultures insults India's rich linguistic heritage
As a nation, we must focus more on language diversity rather than obsessing over language divides.
A 500-year-old fort is the site of a new battle-to clean it up
Like cleanliness, heritage conservation has also remained neglected. So I thought we should combine the two.
Youth can play a significant role in solving farm crisis, says Kavitha Kuruganti
'... I will support the farmer in my own interest as well as because I think he (she) will stand a better chance'.
Environmental & Economic Sustainability, Social Harmony and Social Transmutation : an example towards Self-rule/Swaraj
On an average, around one hundred people worked daily for around one and a half years to dig the canal through the mountain.
Indigenous Peoples Day: Through the Lens of Women
Sensing the urgency to document traditional knowledge that elders possess, Chirhah has helped make films like ‘Millet-Securing livelihoods’