Scrolls & Leaves
In the late 1800s, the British took Indians to Fiji to work on plantations. There, they would sing bidesia, lamenting for a lost homeland.
We are increasingly sharing space with predators and wild animals. We learn how to co-exist from Nayanika Mathur
A public health vacuum left by governments over decades is being filled by tech companies, which have stepped up surveillance
Colonial cities lack proper water and sanitation -- and sometimes employ water carriers. We speak to Pratik Chakrabarti
Folk Healing is the most ancient form of medicine. G. Hariramamurthi has visited more than 12,000 villages across India to document folk medicine practices