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The taste of Guthru

By Aparna Pallavi

Abhi Kaise Dikhayenga? (How do I show you now?)” Budhia’s voice is tinged with annoyance, “We do not have dried and pounded mahua now.” 2,077 more words

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Mahua Yatra proposal

Proposal for Mahua Yatra to be undertaken from April to June 2016

By Aparna Pallavi

(former environment journalist, forest foods researcher and trainer)

I propose to undertake a ‘Mahua Yatra’ all over the mahua producing parts of the country starting April 2016, to be continued through the summer. 1,742 more words

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Thinking about Design

This part of the semester, we work with design and begin our 7-week exploration of research and thinking, working with “Parts of a Whole”. Since the students pick their specialisations over the next few weeks, it is crucial that they know their options and make well-researched and thought through decisions. 106 more words

Assignment

Kahani Badi Filmi Hai

In this part of the course, we look at the ideas of Time through cinema, examining not (only) from the perspective of the story but through various lenses. 99 more words

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Poetry

This morning was spent quietly, writing Calvino like poetry

We discussed our mid-term presentation, the sequence and the submission

A neat dossier it will be, documenting seminar, and studio, oh, dear me! 29 more words

Assignments

Filmi Plan

In this part of the course, we look at the ideas of Time through cinema, examining not (only) from the perspective of the story but through various lenses. 99 more words

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On Invisible Cities

We’ve taken many trips with Mr Polo and Mr Khan over the last few weeks. As we’re wrapping up this part of the course, I thought you’d enjoy reading these essays on the book and Calvino himself: 21 more words

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