A farm where native wisdom is fully at work
His “unscientific’ innovations have impressed veterinarians so much that they have come to recommend them for others.
The dyers of Kotpad
Kotpad brick reds are among the most beautiful organically dyed reds in Indian handlooms
Slow food festival held in Kotagiri
Tribal groups brought tubers, greens, millets and even milk from indigenous cattle that have been used by them for many generations.
Indigenous Peoples Day: Through the Lens of Women
Sensing the urgency to document traditional knowledge that elders possess, Chirhah has helped make films like ‘Millet-Securing livelihoods’
It is hard to Understand What is Private and What is Common
Adivasi Food Festival-2017 was a celebration of a tradition that has seen many a loss but still has refused to succumb to misfortune
Seed festival throws up millet cultivation as best option
More than 10 varieties of millets and 60 varieties of vegetable seeds were also on display for the farmers in the district.
How Bidar beat back the drought
As Karnataka reels under drought, an academic is helping restore indigenous systems that were Bidar’s water lifeline 600 years ago.
Ancient Gond wells yield water all year
An underground stream collects water from a stream located about 15 kilometres away in this ancient well, which serves the needs of the village.