Surviving through Ages

Can trees survive with roots immersed permanently in water? For hundreds of years?? And human communities have protected them?

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.

Can the Ganga have human rights?

Can rivers not be recognised as having identity, worth, dignity, and rights as intrinsic qualities, not because they serve us?

It takes a village: Where religious harmony defies years of Kashmir strife

"This village is the best example of communal harmony...though Muslims are in majority, we never let our Pandit brothers feel that," says local act...

Sherdukpen: finding a recipe to fit the future

Enthusiastic bands of young people from this small tribal community in Arunachal Pradesh are trying to ind their future to their traditional roots

Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?

Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.

The nature of belief (in Lepcha language)

As hunger for growth and energy threatens a community of nature worshippers, they point to a different path towards development

The nature of belief

As hunger for growth and energy threatens a community of nature worshippers, they point to a different path towards development

How agnostic filmmaker Anand Patwardhan and guru Morari Bapu found common ground

The award-winning documentary director describes how he started a dialogue with the respected teller of tales from the Ramayan.

Stories by Location
Google Map
Events