Usha Rajagopalan

  • The morning of the Kere Habba on February 21, 2015, saw over 30 volunteers coming in as early as 7 a.m. and setting to work stringing festoons and paper lanterns between trees, sticking event posters, and more. Almost all the decorative items were home made by the children and adults. Snehadhar...
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  • Guest post by: Usha Rajagopalan"How a citizens' group that is instrumental in reviving a dying lake in an urban locality attempts to protect it with innovative methods that are effective yet sensitive to people's genuine needs and beliefs. PNLIT believes that an inclusive problem solving approach wi...
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This event in Bangalore brought together children, people, photographers and cartoonists -- all for the love of their lake!
The morning of the Kere Habba on February 21, 2015, saw over 30 volunteers coming in as early as 7 a.m. and setting to work stringing festoons and paper lanterns between trees, sticking event posters, and more. Almost all the decorative items were home made by the children and adults. Snehadhara Foundation did likewise with sketches and artefacts painstakingly done by their children. Many hands made for quick work and it was all done in a couple of hours.

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A citizens' group initiative in Bangalore that is instrumental in reviving a dying lake attempts to protect it with innovative methods during a festival.

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