Women labour in drought-hit Karnataka on a mission to revive water bodies
Women across Karnataka, in districts like Mandya, Gulbarga and Kolar, are taking the drought head-on by toiling to revive water bodies themselves.
Women artisans of Thar Desert overcome adversity through embroidery
Undeterred by displacement and resettled in the unforgiving Thar Desert, women now have used their skills of traditional embroidery to earn a livel...
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...
Empowering Indian Farmers: An Interview with Sneh Yadav
Organic is a way of farming in a responsible manner, where a farmer cares for mother earth, for the environment, for animals ...
Why Odisha’s Tribal Women Are Returning to Their Natural Roots for Guidance on Food
These women are going back to their native wisdom to, at least, secure the health of their coming generations.
I can hear the drums
“... while the outer world around us has changed, we haven’t changed much inside. Those conflicts are a part of my poetry,” he says.
A Common Right: Defending Communal Forests in India
One of the village leaders shares the story of how they were able to protect their lands and secure the future of their community.
Weaving Threads of Art & Identity: A Kachchh Experience
Preservation of traditional arts is deeply interlinked with preservation of identity and culture in the Kachchh.
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...