The peacocks of Yeola
... keeping alive a centuries-old legacy, while innovating to keep pace with changing tastes.
A rice, lost and found
The rice, endemic to Kerala, adapted to the salinity of the coastal areas. To survive the tides the plant grew taller - to 1.5 meters.
Mesar Van Kautik, a unique Himalayan forest festival
Traditional Festival to celebrate the nature-culture links and to bring attention to the need to reverse ecological degradation
Kerala gets first solar-powered school in Alappuzha
The grama sabha made the initial investment. The school (975 students) needs 1.5KW- 2KW daily. They have become self-sufficient in power
Is this Artisans' 'Transformation'?
Artisans of Kachchh have entrepreneurial skills, too, which retailers like Amazon need to recognize
Karnataka: Tradition to the rescue
“The rejuvenation of tanks and kalyanis has helped in changing the landscape in a big way. Tanks of the district are still full of water."
Bridging urban-rural divide
Cooperative initiatives that involve urban and rural people to solve problems of villages as well as cities, help to bridge the rural-urban divide
In the words of Sunita Kashyap: “We believe in trade, not aid”
Demand for reduced taxes on trading for women’s collectives to help them effectively participate in value chains and get income security.
Millet Sisters symbolize Nari Shakti !
Millet Sisters bases itself on these sterling principles of millets: They are resilient; Life infusing; Life sustaining; Life generating