Panchratna Soup – Traditional Indian Cuisine
Art Culture Society / Biodiversity

Panchratna Soup – Traditional Indian Cuisine

Ingredients: Seasonal green leafy vegetables (Spinach, Fenugreek leaves, Drumstick leaves, Cauliflower greens, Shepu leaves) – 100 g each Mint leaves – 50 g Green tomatoes – 100g Amla (Gooseberries) – 100g Crushed ginger- 2 tsp Drumsticks – 5-6 pieces Coriander leaves – 50g Lemon juice – 2 tsp Honey – 2 tsp Cumin seeds powder … Continue reading

Simmering of subtle change: AntiCafé of conviviality
Art Culture Society / Innovation

Simmering of subtle change: AntiCafé of conviviality

Europe is going through a tough time, a lot of questions which were never asked are being asked. But when the euro-zone is becoming suspect, the deficit is expanding, the social disaffection with politicians is increasing, the debate is becoming more intense. The unemployment rate in the South has gone up to 30-40 per cent … Continue reading

All in a Mother’s Memory – Languages Getting Lost, Knowledge Eroding and the Story of a 50 Dollar Note
Art Culture Society / Innovation

All in a Mother’s Memory – Languages Getting Lost, Knowledge Eroding and the Story of a 50 Dollar Note

The sun was about to set in the local craft market, where we had gone to experience art, culture and food. Kelli Ryan complimented my talk that I had given earlier this day at the inaugural session of the World Indigenous Network Conference WINC2013 in Darwin, Australia, and said that she was trying to do … Continue reading

World Indigenous Network Conference 2013, Darwin, Australia
Art Culture Society / Biodiversity / Innovation / Lectures & Meetings

World Indigenous Network Conference 2013, Darwin, Australia

More than 1200 activists, professionals, community representatives, elders, herders, academics and students from 55 countries got together in Darwin, part of Larrakia Country, to exchange, explore and embed their concern about the cultural erosion of knowledge of elders and about how to tap the curiosity of young people to preserve and persist with what should … Continue reading