To my young change makers, Time to take sense of humour seriously! People working in the social sector, especially those whose lives are dedicated to social change around extremely challenging issues often tend to become very serious people. Their sense of humour fades away every single day while addressing these challenging issues. The general understanding … Continue reading To my young change makers, Time to take sense of humour seriously!
A few weeks have been rather intense at Sauhard! We believe in creating a free space that is open to all – our friends, colleagues, enemies and more! In the same vein, a few weeks ago we were visited by very special friends. One of them was Kejal Savla, who visited our office and interacted … Continue reading Friends of Sauhard: Kejal Savla
This week has been rather intense at Sauhard! We believe in creating a free space that is open to all – our friends, colleagues, enemies and more! In the same vein, this week we were visited by very special friends. Falak Choksi is one of the first volunteers to have worked with Sauhard, and she … Continue reading Friends of Sauhard: Falak Choksi
I appreciate the way Sauhard accommodates all fellows. I joined practice late and still, Sauhard gave me space. The practice sessions were full of fun. I made new friends. Along with a role in one of the plays, I am grateful to Sauhard for the platform of anchoring such an event. I was running tight on schedule, … Continue reading My Khurafat Experience – Vaibhav Barania
Title: LIFE DRAMAS What is this life, if full of care you have no time to stand and stare. Be-aware, the darkness in life will disappear if the life is full of care. Life, gives you many thoughts, gives you many obstacles, teaches you endless lessons, asks you to be firm footed, asks you to … Continue reading Life Drama – A poetry by Bansi
0-9 I did not have a tongue. I spoke Gujarati because my parents spoke in it. I spoke English because my sister spoke in it. I had a surname I didn't bleed in, I had a tongue that didn't whip me. 9-21 Fire forged everyone's words and knives. I was given a tongue. One that … Continue reading 0-24 by Farheen Raaj
[I work with Sauhard, an NGO that runs an education center in Sherisa, a small village about 30 kms from Ahmedabad. The centre works with students who have dropped out of school, to ensure that they get the life skills they deserve, along with a chance to appear for their board exams through NIOS. The centre … Continue reading Development in Sherisa