The Music of Everything
I would ask the twelve-year-olds to come back (from forest walks) with a call, or a sound, and we would do a round of grunts, cheepings and squawks.
We are addicted to convenience, and it's a fatal attraction both for us and the planet
Ready-made meals, motorised transport, smartphones make our lives a lot easier, but at what cost?
Learning from Mahatma Gandhi’s insights on economic democracy
Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas on gram swaraj and his thoughts on economic democracy through creative localisation could well be the new launch pad to crea...
Aesth-ethics: towards blending ecology, justice, and art
Art could become a significant medium for not only protest, but to explore the potential of visioning a different world, and a space for creation ...
Sikkim's organic revolution at risk as local consumers fail to buy into project
“The organic vegetables are more expensive, and I have a family to feed.” “It’s supposed to be better for you, but the imported vegies are bigger,”
Art outside comfort zones
The Urur Olcott Kuppam Vizha has enabled a non-identity-specific openness that enriches every part of one’s being and revitalises art itself.
The SHEN Story
How a women-led handicraft enterprise in Spiti is helping in the conservation of the elusive Snow Leopard
Riches of the soil - the wealth in local knowledge systems
Dependence on uncultivated foods adds a richness to diets, which has saved many lives during times of calamity.
‘If anything engages me, it is a sense of wonder’
"The only way to answer the violence of our times, one hopes, is to initiate dialogue."