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In animal friendly families, children get to hear from childhood that a domestic animal is the best and most trusted companion of Man. But Man on the contrary, has used and exploited the same domestic animals for security, pleasure, transport, wearables, ornamental, and even food. Robin Singh came visiting from US to Auroville India in …

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Much of the problem of waste lies in our attitudes and behaviour towards it. The economic reforms and liberalisation of the 90s kickstarted India’s transformation into a consumerist society. Our consumption patterns changed, but our education system and waste management infrastructure did not, and when new forms of waste are thrust upon primitive systems, comes …

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Snehal Trivedi

When Snehal Trivedi, a graphic designer by profession, got the chance to spend two years in the UK, he soon found himself tired of the western culture and the fast-paced city life. So he returned to India and decided to settle down in a small village near Auroville in Puducherry. That was the start of …

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Meenakshi Umesh teaching children at Puvidham

Puducherry : Today, a major part of the world is reeling under the consequences of climate change that have been caused by mankind over the years. The degrading quality of water, soil erosion, floods, rising temperatures, unexpected changes in the pattern of rainfall, loss of biodiversity and rising water levels in the sea are some …

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  Story of Aviram Rozin – Founder of Sadhana Forest    Along with many tourists, he too wanted to explore and experience India’s rich culture and diversity in every way. Coming from a brown (concrete) jungle in Israel, he wanted to get lost for a while in the green forests of India. His corporate life …

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