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Madhya Pradesh


Nutrition is a fundamental human need. But, this fundamental need often goes unsolicited, sadly leaving the fate of millions hanging in the perilous balance of life and death. According to a 2015 report by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, India accounts for 23.8% of the global burden of malnourishment and has …

A substantial portion of the urban youth is embroiled in deliberation and public discourse like never before. Right from cutting back on their caffeine consumption and filing taxes to choosing the next step for our curriculum on primary education, urban youth are right in the thick of things. But, often this demographic tag of urban …

For the last 10 years, Malwa Kabir Yatra has been carrying musicians, listeners, travelers, seekers, nomads, old, young, rich and poor together at the same time, on the same path to inspire people from various demographic diversities. Scooched in between thousands of people where boundaries of rich and poor seem to fade away, when consciousness …

Samvidhan Live

In an exclusive conversation, Key members of Synergy Sanstha, Anhad Pravah, Bharat Calling and Agrini talk about their take on constitutional literacy and the steps they have taken for its implementation with ComMutiny – The Youth Collective’s Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project Even as we celebrate India’s rich diversity and plurality, we need to sit …

Janwaar Castle

Grey clouds of apprehension and difficulties mired the daily lives of people in the village of Janwaar in Madhya Pradesh. But, a silver lining came in form Ulrike Reinhard, a German Traveller, biker and a community activist. After extensively travelling in India for more than 2 years, Ulrike happened to visit the village of Janwaar. …

Asha Gond, a 16-year-old tribal girl, grew up in Janwaar village in the Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. With her family entirely dependent on their, often, paltry farm produce, life was extremely difficult for them. But, their perilous financial condition never smothered Asha’s affection towards her education. Working hard, she found a deep interest in …

  Have you ever thanked a ‘farmer’ while having your lunch or dinner? At the very start of the interview, she raised this question to me and it hit my consciousness at the very moment. Our negligent mind probably never realizes the value of the producer. While we sit comfortably in our dining chairs, relishing …

FROM SOUPS ON CYCLE TO A CHAIN OF RESTAURANTS Someone has rightly said that the road to a Man’s heart passes through his stomach, but what seems unbelievable is that how good food – elixir for the stomach can redefine a  man’s fate, his identity, his stature and propel him in the league of stalwarts …