A set of zines from walking the River Betwa, created by designer Kabini Amin, part of Veditum’s Moving Upstream fellowship program.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Foundation:” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left”][vc_column_text]Call it the Tao of Manimahesh, call it the duality of life; a trek to Manimahesh lake at 4080m is bound to shake a few foundations. I have been exploring the Himalayan mountain range from the past five years and have ventured out on multiple treks, mostly in the Dhauladhar ranges. Crossing theContinue reading “The Sacred Landfill at 4080 metres”
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”
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The questions kept coming in like a continuous ambush, curiosity further aroused with each answer. The crowd thinned out, leaving behind the keen ones to further continue the conversation but sometimes it just gathers a bigger set of people to listen. While i waited for the ferry to cross over to the island of Indrakpur,Continue reading “The Story of an Island”
The season for closed schools, rumours of monsoon and kids at play. As we begin our journey, balancing notions and curiosity, we find ourselves learning from the company of masterful children. The initiator Ali, was unafraid. While other kids ran away, he walked up and spoke his mind, asked his questions. He spoke of theContinue reading “Tides at Play”