Housing is one of the most basic requirements of a human being. A country only gets as good as its infrastructure. And thus, going by this understanding, we get a clear picture of the living conditions in rural India, particularly of those below poverty line. Even after 62 years of Independence, we still have people living in kaccha houses.
 
A fast vanishing tribe, the Kadaklakshmi nomadic community is one that earns its living by a violent tradition of flagellating themselves. Hailing from a small village called Veer in Pune district in Maharashtra, this tribe worships a goddess named Kadak Lakshmi and hence, their name.
 
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Conventional farming is an age-old concept that we all are aware of. But with the advent of technology and dispersal of knowledge, newer ideas and methods have developed over these years. Hydroponics is one such method.
 
Raigad district, Maharashtra.  A quintessential link to the nearly extinct tribes and rituals of adivasis in the hinterland. The Sakav NGO movement situated at the very heart of Raigad endeavours to strengthen the core capabilities of the men and women of the Barda tribe by equipping them with the necessary tools to succeed in today’s socio-agrarian environment.