First person: In the battle to reclaim Hinduism from Hindutva, a pilgrimage of love
“The rise of populist nationalism, and especially those versions that clothe themselves in religious colours, requires a critique from the same religious traditions,” Anantanand Rambachan
Redefining India’s development on Gandhi’s ‘swaraj’ path
Self-sufficiency in the economy involves reduction in the distance between production and consumption to a minimum.
Shaheen Bagh and the politics of love
... the vocabulary it developed, in homespun idiom, of love as resistance, and of confident equal citizenship.
Our world is in need of the Mahatma’s teachings: Dalai Lama
to promote peace of mind among seven billion beings, to offer compassion or karuna, strictly secularly, not based on religion.
The mothers of Nagaland are taking it upon themselves to keep the peace – yet again
To help resolve a conflict it is important for those who can reach out to rival groups to do so, as has also been done in the past.
Collective Dreaming: Democratic Visioning in the Vikalp Sangam Process
What is our vision of a better future? What are our answers to questions of poverty, hunger, energy insecurity, and other deprivations?
महिला किसानों की पहाड़ी खेती (in Hindi)
जलवायु बदलाव के दौर में पहाड़ी इलाकों में परंपरागत खेती की पुनः वापिसी हुई है। जैव विविधता और पर्यावरण का संरक्षण हुआ है। महिला सशक्तीकरण हुआ है।
From ‘Tent Nazir’ to ‘RTI Nazir’: Towards governance accountability in Kashmir, India
His passion for making the system accountable, through the dogged use of the RTI Act, takes up much of his time.
Think like a civilisation
India as a civilisation has given the world some of its most creative concepts of peace, inspired by Buddha, Nanak, Kabir, Ghaffar Khan and Gandhi.