As any kind of seeker of knowledge (i.e., vidyārthī), we employ more than one sense at a time to learn about our world … and, hopefully, about ourselves. Even when one or more of our five external senses (touch, hearing, sight, smell, and taste) may be weak or not functioning, we find ways around these […]
In one of the three previous articles in this series (you can read it here), I spoke about the taboo geographies of menstruation. Today, I will explore that topic in a little more detail and suggest reasons we should all care about it.
In the previous two articles, I spoke about some taboo geographies and some of their impacts in one particular context. There are other geographies that are compulsory. These also have an impact on individual lives. Today, a brief introduction to a few of these. The school The Indian constitution stipulates that every child, up to […]
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