A set of zines from walking the River Betwa, created by designer Kabini Amin, part of Veditum’s Moving Upstream fellowship program.
From walking the ghats of River Narmada at Mandla, Sneha Khulge writes about cultural geographies- an interplay of space, identity & function
Two designers on the Moving Upstream fellowship reflect on a house of art along River Betwa & the life of the woman who has made it into a charming example of up-cycling
This post was written a few weeks ago and the experience still relays the same story. What has become clearer is the politics of water and the river, a long term political play. This article first appeared on South Asia Network for Dams Rivers and People’s website. As the Ganga rises, filling the streets andContinue reading “The Price of Exclusivity”
This is a guest blog by Ankit Batheja. He had recently joined our ongoing Moving Upstream project for a week and walked alongside Siddharth from Varanasi to Allahabad. The journey would have taken merely 2 hours, each bus and auto passing through was a big temptation to end this exertion, but making it a 5Continue reading “Walking from Varanasi to Allahabad: Moving Upstream”