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Sunday, 1 June 2008

Illiteterate Farmer women of Andhra (Comment)

IN THE FIRST PLACE, They should show these movies to the ruling minority in India – politicians, bureaucrats, experts, specialists, planners, the educationists and the self-proclaimed leaders, and the urban elite – before showing them to the world.

This “Soil Unrecognised Indian” is now being seen…

Link to the Image above (Hindustan Times)

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  2. Thanks Harini

    Any project has three elements: Context, Process and Content.
    We, in Terra Incognita Indica, are right now critically concerned about Context and Content, which are elements of any project than its Process.

    Our “NEEDS” are more important at this critical time in history than the “WANTS” of the few who constantly continue to upgrade process – technology – that has no effect on context to living sanely and livelihood of the billions.

    Dheboo Ghosh, during one of his workshops on ESP held in Mumbai, told us a story:

    Once upon a time there were two cities on the two banks of a river. Both city governments decided they should build a bridge for the convenience of the citizens.

    They built the bridge. Everyone involved – cooperators, engineers, bureaucrats, contractors and the citizens – were happy. They had received their rewards.

    But in a course of time the bridge developed serious defects. They tried to repair it, but no use. Hence they decided there was something wrong with the process – technology, and therefore proposed to build a new bridge. What could be the fate of the new bridge? They were checking the process instead of the context and the content.

    Everyone of the participants understood the moral of the story.
    If it is still not clear: Consider what was the context and content of the invasion on Iraq by the Us and its buddies?