As part of a 4-part series, Video Volunteers is sharing what we’ve done over the last year, our experiences, and what we’ve learned. Part 1, which you can read here, was a basic introduction to IndiaUnheard, our flagship rural feature service. Part 2 outlines new ideas we implemented into our...
In Rajasthan, a mass wedding ceremony is helping to put an end to dowry and child marriage.
In Orissa, men and women gather and choose spouses on the spot, removing the need for a dowry.
Rural women in India’s Maharashtra state get to play and dance – normally considered a taboo – on Nag Panchami.
India is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society.The great diversity is often reflected in the number of festivals and ceremonies.