Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists
“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river but something that you would want to come and see. "
Direct selling, adivasi style
The weekly Bissamcuttack market, nurturing the area’s ecologically-attuned agricultural traditions, forges a connection between consumers and farmers
Describing and intervening: Exploring the plurality of STS in India
Understanding how scientific knowledge is socially constructed, particularly in this era of post-truth and alternative facts.
Liberative communication for Genuine participation
Masses of the rural poor can liberate themselves not only from regressive tradition but also from manipulation, control and exploitation of elite o...
मेरी अभिव्यक्ति - My Learning in and through Theatre (in Hindi)
थिएटर की दुनिया में एक अलग तरह की आज़ादी है जहाँ मैं खुल के जी पाता हूँ, अपनी सोच रचनात्मकता तरह से दुसरो के सामने रख पाता हूँ, बे झिझक सवाल पूछ सकता...
I Will NOT Remain Silent...
We need to speak up, to write, to educate, to challenge and debate the idea of India, to remind our future generations of the Constitution of India...
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...
Prosperity in times of drought
The objective of building a water shed, making trenches, etc. is to cut down the speed of rain water and controlling soil erosion.
The Creativity Adda
Where government school-going children are free to pursue and develop their interests everyday without textbooks, exams, or marks.