A fruitful journey
A food safari in the desert of Rajasthan reveals a variety difficult to imagine in cities
A 'roti bank' comes up in Aurangabad for the poor
People can voluntarily 'deposit' their food, once a day. Similarly, poor people can come any time to collect the food at their convenience.
Sowing the seeds of Swaraj
“(Traditional) seeds have a treasure of past experience inbuilt. They are accustomed to vagaries of nature, while the modern seeds are yet to learn...
Sunny balconies and hanging gardens in Goa
Terrace kitchen gardens are slowly making their mark here.
Kerala's Leafy Campaign
“So far, nobody educated us about local vegetables. But after listening to Sajeevan I am using 15 leafy vegetables that were growing in my homestea...
What's on my plate?
A first-person account explains how understanding farming, local produce, food processing, and, of course, how to cook, holds the key to enjoying ...
Eco-friendly way to good living
Contrary to a growing trend, many farmers in Tamil Nadu are now opting for organic farming as it is a low-cost affair.
‘Roti Bank’ guarantees right to food in Bundelkhand
Volunteers collect and distribute the food, benefiting patients and attendants, destitute on the roads and railway station, slum dwellers and poor ...
Mahila Kissan Sammelan-2015
Millets which are much more nutritious and will stand up to the changing climate, get no support at all.