A journey into the kingdom of Jujurana, one of the most vulnerable pheasants in our planet, residing in the backdrop of extreme socio-political pressures.
An ode to life in the frozen desert, and the resilience of the women who call it home, facing climate change in a place where the elements are all against habitation.
The indigenous women of the Soliga community in Southern Karnataka, India, live among a healthcare crisis and Tara's pregnancy reflects the hope of a better future.
A well-camouflaged urban misfit, Ashwani is an unlikely voice for conservation. A Bhajan singer by day and a wildlife filmmaker at night, following leopards on Shimla.
DEEP has played a very crucial role in empowering children from the tribal community across 20 villages at the India- Nepal border, by sending students to school and re-enrolling dropouts.
ASES dreams of a society where children can smile, laugh and do anything they wish to. They work towards education and protection for children across 19 urban slums of Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.
A short film on the Society for Women’s Action and Training Initiative (SWATI) actions to help the rural Health Sector in India to be responsive to violence against women.
A wildlife conservation series focused on particular animals and their natural habitats in India, showcasing stories of the people and organizations striving to conserve it.
Three generations of men come together to share why they need the Mahatma Phule Vyayam Shala and the sport of kushti, one on the brink of extinction.
In Mumbai, the age limit of the iconic black and yellow Padmini taxis was reduced to a maximum of 20 years. The decision impacted livehoods and the peripheral economy.