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Sense and Sensibility

No matter how well trained, coordinated, or cautious one learns to be, nothing quite prepares you for a situation better than life itself. For a brief moment when someone encounters their privacy being violated, they freeze. The training and practice…

All is well?

Image : 3 Idiots In the Hindi picture ‘3 Idiots’, the lead character Rancho mouths an oft-repeated dialogue – ‘All is well…’ as a response to problems faced by him and his friends. The logic stems from the understanding that…

A case of two viruses

Image- DNA The world battles a pandemic. India battles a pandemic and an epidemic. What is the epidemic one might ask? Violence – against minorities, women and Dalits. Unlike the pandemic, this is an epidemic that is perennial and one…

Let’s take onus of our viewership

(Image source- https://youthincmag.com/) We’ve often heard complaints about the rise of so called “stars” or popular figures whose popularity doesn’t seem justified or even appropriate. We’ve discussed them in coffee shops, over dinners and amongst groups; wondering how and when…

Do you need a degree to mentor a child?

This is such a happy picture. Pretty faces and such confident smiles. Such selfless love, A bit of confusion also. 32 Nation builders is what I saw when I walked to their classroom. But this is not how the class…

Patriarchy: Change Begins at Home

“Patriarchy’s chief institution is the family; it Is both the mirror and a connection with the larger society; a patriarchal unit within a patriarchal whole” – Kate Middleton The above quote puts a lot into perspective. We practice what we…

MukkaMaar COVID Warriors

This here is Saubhagya, one of our MukkaMaar trainers. He's best known for being his easygoing, good natured self. Even in quarantine, when moods have been low, he’s been actively participating in our team meetings and has brought some fun…

Kitne bacche hain? How many kids?

Our founder, Ishita, recently struck up a conversation with the driver of a rickshaw she was in. Somehow, the conversation came around to children. "Aapke bacchein hain? (Do you have any children?)" she asked him. Happily, he responded, "Haan, do…

He never thought of one scenario..

She walked home from school that sunny Saturday afternoon. Nothing out of the ordinary, really; she thought about what she learned today and the homework her teachers had assigned her. Lost in her little world, she turned into the desolate…

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