With the onset of the pandemic, education, by and large, ended up taking a backseat. Schools have remained shut for over a year now, and one can only wonder when everything will be safe enough to allow kids to enter schools to resume their academics. In the meanwhile, educational facilities
India is a developing country, and like all developing countries out there, India is increasingly addressing traditional beliefs and overcoming them one by one. Among these progressive attempts is one that has been under the radar for the longest time, and that is – menstrual hygiene. Owing to the taboo around
While the pandemic brought in a lot of restrictions to things, we usually took for granted, it has also revolutionized some other walks of life. E-learning was always looked at as something as a facet of a utopian future, but with the Coronavirus pandemic, the future turned into the present
With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, workers from the unorganized sector lost their jobs, thereby losing means of earning a livelihood. With the effects of lockdowns soaring prices of goods, workers and their families found it increasingly difficult to make ends meet. Acknowledging the situation workers from the unorganized
Pongal is an auspicious festival in the south of India, especially in Tamil Nadu, where the people offer their thanks to the Sun God for agricultural abundance. Pongal essentially is a multi-day harvest festival. It is a festival that brings people together from various sectors and economic strata of society.