From Lodhi Garden to your dining table: Foraging for food in New Delhi
“Most of the plants dismissed as weeds are edible and we don’t even know it. We walk past them every day ..."
Bhovi - traditional well diggers in Bengaluru
“I learnt how to revive wells from my parents and grandparents. I was 15,” says Ramakrishna, one of the nine-member team.
Meet The Woman Whose Orchard Will Give Ladakh’s Stunning Handicrafts a New Home
An initiative to support all these local artisans, offer them business opportunities and help them to showcase, promote and sell their art.
Seed guardians of Banswara revive traditional varieties
Preserving traditional seeds is intrinsically linked to food security and livelihoods of families of farming communities.
People’s Manifesto For a Just, Equitable, and Sustainable India (2019)
Sent to political parties in relation to the upcoming national elections...
A brand new yarn: The return of handloom weaving in Kutch
Of renewed interest in weaving and about its allure in terms of economics, culture, identity, dignity, convenience, social ties, and innovation.
How development excludes Adivasi peoples
Spaces need to be created for inter-generational learning for young Adivasi peoples, where adults in the community can impart local knowledge
A River Runs through It
The river, a matrix of abundance, its alluvial deposits and its water, rendered the land fertile and made agriculture possible.
Making maps to protect fishing villages around Chennai
The fishermen were able to show the maps in the previous management plan as evidence that this was their workplace.