Author Archive: Levine Lawrence
Stuck inside an air-conditioned cubicle... i yearn to ride into the countryside... under the open blue skies, where farmers toil in the field, smell mitti ki khushboo, fill more greenery into the picture... travel across the world, meet more people, bring smile on faces... and finally, work for world peace. Just like those Miss World statements! I am a veteran media professional with 12 years of diverse experience in business media and research in India. Apart from my full time job as a researcher, I have been an avid travel photo-journalist, who has covered the art & cultural aspects of South India. Further, I am actively involved in the voluntary organisations working on energy efficiency, organic farming and environmental issues.
A photo documentation on the Joys of Childhood, which can bring a wide smile on our faces with just a single thought or memory of those beautiful times.
One look at the children of Nepal shows the dire state of affairs in that poor country. Years of civil war and government apathy have resulted in pathetic conditions for the young generation
Do you wonder if there is any connection to the heat wave and global warming, the western disturbance and the El Nino effect, which is harming our monsoon?
Ishani Sawant is already a veteran rock climber and mountaineer at a young age of 23, since she began her first at a tender age of 13 years!
Under the Farmers Haat banner, Shweta Bhattad performed this daring act of being buried in a coffin to highlight the dire situation faced by Indian farmers
If this cooperative governance has created a model village of Ralegan Siddhi, making it a tourist attraction, then there is something in it for us to understand
After years of apathy, the government has acknowledged the problems faced by NRIs during Pravasi Bharatiya Divas by amending the Indian Citizenship Act.
Chitra santhe Art For All not only features prominent artists from across India, but also provides a platform for amateurs to showcase their visual artworks
Interesting ideas are being implemented in the Indian agricultural sector, which seriously lacks innovation! Kisan Expo displayed some of these unique innovations.
Leave aside political unity, the sub-regions of Maharashtra do not have homogeneity in terms of language, food cuisine, clothing, etc. This large state can be sub-divided into five divisions, each having their own unique cultural identity. Here is a brief description of the major sub-regions in Maharashtra: