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Plants embroidered on plastic, contrasting the slow process of creation with throwaway consumption.
There is another world below us. We fish unaware of how deep the ocean is, and how filled it is with life.
Roving hyenas, shrieking peacocks, buzzing insects and stolen bicycles…could it all be true?
An urban nature lover learns about a tropical forest by walking through it with an indigenous forest-dweller.
Beautifully illustrated and designed folk stories from an indigenous community in South India.
A Gond tribal fable about water…and on the human relationship to this most primeval of elements.
Mango, banana, melon… rare and common Indian fruits for young children.
Bitter gourd, eggplant, banana flower… common Indian vegetables for young children.
Artist from the Bhil tribe in central lndia paints her community’s close everyday relationship to trees.
A cosmic vision of trees: exquisite art and folklore from the Gond tradition of central India.
A moving tale, rendered in the Patua style, that transforms the ephemera of newsrooms into art with a universal resonance.