Akira - Where Mind Matters. A campaign spreading awareness on mental health issues.
Lets travel back in time and see how the Kings and Queens lived...
This post may be coming a bit late but what matters is that it is being posted -- at least for me. Dalits and muslims in certain parts of India are being targeted in the name of cow protection. Now, the phrase 'Cows over Humans' has become a cliché in Indian languages. Recently, dalits in … Continue reading The Protest that MAY make a Difference
The Garden City of Karnataka state in India is popularly gaining its name as the Garbage City. This is the reason why...
The BBMP (Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike) employs conservancy workers in the Bangalore city of India. Srinivas is one such, among the uncountable numbers who suffer through the same problems but are too uneducated to demand their rights. This man standing in a pile of dirty stinking garbage has to load the pile into the garbage … Continue reading A picture A day – 4
Another follow up on the previous two images. This is the picture of the slum kids home. Originally, I thought of doing it in Black and White since it show the darkness and hopelessness better; but I didn't because this story needed its colour. In colour we can clearly see what their roof is made up of … Continue reading A picture A day – 3
This is a follow up on my previous image. Here, in the background you can actually see where they live and it isn't just one or two kids living there but a whole bunch of them. The teenager in a dark blue sweater in the back is Sunitha with eye sight issue. Her parents can't … Continue reading A picture A day – 2
Me and my friend visited this slum during our practical hour and I got to take this picture of a bunch of curious and excited kids. They were excited to see two strangers with a camera in hand. These kids fortunately do go to school but their living conditions is as bad as you can … Continue reading A picture A day – 1
This is Thanjavur revisited through the pictures.
A poem based on the movie, The Stoning of Soraya M.
In the wake of religious intolerance spewing in India, writers have started protesting by returning their awards. But the question that arises is whether it is effective or not.
The issue of intolerance is old news but not to be abandoned. This post is to state the harmful effects of religious politics in a secular nation.
Come and check out the pictures taken in Gujarat, India on a travel Journey.
It is no myth that siblings fight. Sometimes it is healthy for the relationship and in my case always fun. But till what extent? Its a story about two sisters. One social and the other reserved. One could adjust just about anywhere in the world and the other couldn't. One bearing the responsibilities of being an … Continue reading RACISM in the minds of CHILDREN ?