Articles in the India Category
My alma mater, Syracuse University recently contacted me asking how my first weeks with Amnesty …
Chile, India, The Pinochet Project »
Three weeks into our project (Artefacting, check out the intro on the Artefacting website) in Nagaland found us in one of its most remote districts, the Mon province. We were there to cover the annual Aoling Monyu Festival, a Naga festival belonging to the Konyak tribe.
Hinduism is the dominant religion in India, although of course it is the most religiously diverse country in the world, it’s still a Hindi-majority country. The Northeast is less Hindu, but the Hinduism that does exist here departs from mainstream practice in the mysticism, folklore and even black magic that is still subscribed to hearkening back to Hinduism’s roots in paganism and animism.
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The Indian media and blogosphere have been locked in fierce battle over two words: “extensively,” and “totally.” …
India, Photography »
The corresponding article was published in The Global Urbanist. Click here to read the entire article on www.globalurbanist.com. It was the second in a two-part series on NGO and government relations in India.