: How do you know they are Dalit? : Its easy sir, they are black and dirty, they are everywhere. Dalit, meaning “broken/scattered” in Sanskrit and Hindi, is a term mostly used for the ethnic groups in India that have been kept depressed by subjecting them to untouchability (often termed backward castes). Dalits were […]Read more "Untouchable [On going..]"
The April 2015 Nepal earthquake killed nearly 9,000 people and injured nearly 22,000, with a magnitude of 7.8 or 8.1 Its epicenter was east of Gorkha District at Barpak, Gorkha. It was the worst natural disaster to strike Nepal since the 1934 Nepal–Bihar earthquake. The ground motion recorded in the capital of Nepal was of […]Read more "Nepal Earthquake 2015"
I was watching the migrant birds flying over my head, in the sky in a V formation, going somewhere. The sky was dark blue and they were flying at a steady pace, almost as if in slow motion, I was watching them, my head facing straight up to the sky until they vanish away. I […]Read more "Dreamers"
While China is a country with ancient histories and strong cultural tradition, it has been subject to rapid urbanization and unprecedented growth over the last century. Individualism, self expression and free thinking have often been repressed to years of socialism and strong government control. But despite the odds, a handful of young dancers are finding […]Read more "SuperSonic"
In the context of a developing country, the term Street Children has been used quite extensively but often with a broad and general connotation. The term can represent any child spending a part of their daily life on the streets without the basic rights stated in the United Nations Convention of the Rights of […]Read more "The Little Nomads"