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After leaving Pitchandikulum, where we were staying down south, we spent 3 hyperactive days in the midst of the chaos, vibrancy, and energy of Mumbai. Somehow I was incredibly struck by the city. Perhaps it was the relief of the … Continue reading
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“Working with the women’s groups in Pitchandikulam was one of the most enriching and enlightening experiences I have had. Nothing could have prepared me for the impact these amazing women’s stories had on me. They shared with us their heartbreaking … Continue reading
Balwadi teachers in and around Sharma village, performing some traditional Kumaoni tunes No road… anymore Planted by the British for their tea chest, the pines have taken over the mountains
So much has happened in the last leg of our journey… Sheena and I ventured up into the foothills of the Himalayas and were greeted by snow-capped mountains, cold temperatures, warm smiles and much sweet chai. We’ve just spent the … Continue reading
We ushered in the New Year with a visit with friends to the Tibetan Pavilion for the Candlelight Meditation. The grounding sounds of traditional Tibetan music, 1000 candles flickering in the night and a rising full moon made for a … Continue reading
A belated Merry Christmas from the Pitchandikulam Forest! Too much activity and not enough time to blog. We have been Kris Kringaling in Pondicherry, sharing time with friends over a delicious Christmas breakfast and getting stuck into some project work … Continue reading
Noel and I were lucky enough to be invited to share our passion about CERES with an eclectic bunch of people at the Adyar Poonga wetlands today. From high flying government officials, to student activists, all were excited about our special … Continue reading