Indian architecture is known for employing building techniques that are in harmony with the local environment.
The three-day long Rural Immersion Expedition will take place on 28, 29 and 30 June 2019. First timers are encouraged to apply.
Delhi Greens brings to you one such wall mural art initiative for village revival in Uttarakhand from a village in the Mussoorie hill range.
Sant Aatmabodhanandji (age 26) has been on a continuous fast since 24 October 2018 for the noble cause of free flow of River Ganga.
Any Land of the Gods is supposed to be safe, peaceful, beautiful, natural and calm. In reality, the exact opposite is happening.
Please intervene and write to the Prime Minister for his intervention before the country loses another noble Sadhu.
The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) invites everyone to weekly seminar on ‘Katyuris of Uttarakhand: Establishing food regimes in the central Himalayas from pre-history to circa.14CE’ by NMML Fellow Dr. Vasudha Pande. Katyuris are the much celebrated Kings of Uttarakhand. The narrative of the Katyuri state marks the shift from […]
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit Makes that extra effort to ensure the proper plantation of saplings during a Government led tree plantation drive. “Sir santhe rooke rahe to bhi sasto jaan“ (If a tree is saved even at the cost of one’s head, it’s worth it.”), noted Amrita Devi Bishnoi […]
Delhi Greens Salutes the brave soldiers, para-military forces, NDRF personnel, locals and everyone else who is risking their lives to carry out rescue and relief operations in Uttarakhand. The nation will never forget their brave response.
It is a well known fact that Nature knows how to maintain its balance even though the human race continues to believe it can overpower and destroy it. Sadhus like Nigmanandji have given up their life protesting against sand mafia, but no one cared about them or the issues plaguing River Ganga. Now, the river has made its own way.
Delhi Greens speaks to Vijay Jardhari of the Beej Bajao Andolan has been conferred with the Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Puraskar, declared on the World Environment Day 2012.
Vijay Jardhari of the Been Bajao Andolan from Uttarakhand, was one among many to call for action for ‘saving the climate’ at Dastkar, the Nature Bazaar that recently concluded in the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi Image Credit: Konsam Nirmala