Equality is a right and like all rights needs to be upheld and protected in and outside, social, informal and formal institutions. Our vocabulary is expressive of our deepest generational … Continue Reading If She Can Play, We Can Win!
This painting by an Indian artist evokes a strong response of fear, exploitation and silent inadequacy, if you’re a woman. I imagine it evokes revulsion and outrage for the majority … Continue Reading Women in Red
In an inspiring, tiny hamlet in the far-along corners of Karnataka, India, abides a tiny, inspiring hamlet that goes by the name, Hiriyur. This village community is industrious and engaged … Continue Reading Red Chillies; Indian Heat and Spice Savitri Bai- Stoic n Simple Abundance
Sheaves of Wheat, Bouquets of vibrant Corn, Plump Pumpkins and the Evergreen Sprigs and Layered robust Pine…all these make for a fine setting at Thanksgiving, the tradition celebrated post-harvest in … Continue Reading Fathers and Daughters; A Dowry for Life