Koka Bali is the Gods’ and the people’s sweet of choice in Kada, Uttar Pradesh.
Menstruating women in Rajasthan are imposed with certain restrictions pertaining to food and mobility.
Small businesses on the Varanasi ghats threatened eviction in the name of security.
Old or sick pilgrims are carried up to the Kedarnath shrine on the backs of men who compromise their health in the process.
Ramayana characters are worshipped in India while temples dedicated to the author of the epic is treated ‘untouchable’.
In this video the correspondent profiles his own community – the Valmikis, perhaps the most oppressed community in India.
Folk music ‘Kajri’ provides glimpses into the lives of ordinary women in rural India.
In Haryana, people of Dalit communities, including the correspondent of this video are forbidden to enter temples.