Category: Das Kahaniyaan

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Das Kahaniyaan – 10 – A Catalyst of Change – Ayush Sarda

The Sundarbans, a 4,000-square-mile swampland that straddles the India-Bangladesh border, are thought to be the world’s largest continuous mangrove forest. There are about 102 islands in the area, which is connected by a complex network…
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Das Kahaniyaan – 9 – The power of right words – Yuvraj Nathani

ALMA is one of Asia’s leading creative and literary publications. Traditional in some ways and unconventional in others, they admire newfangled ideas, tried-and-tested literary forms and even create visual and performing arts.  Across the categories…
Radha Puranik

Das Kahaniyaan – 8 – Podcasting and the journey of a story – Radha Puranik

Radha Puranik, a journalist at Citizen Matters, loves meeting new people, conversing with them and learning their stories. This compelled her to start her podcast “Dissecting Vitality”, in which she explores the content making space…
Chinmaya Panda

Das Kahaniyaan – 7 – The magic of brush strokes – In conversation with Chinmaya Panda

Chinmaya Panda is an internationally acclaimed self-taught artist. His mastery and talent is hard to miss once one witnesses his powerful work. The subject of his art is often the beauty of our very own…