Covid19

Weddings, Funerals & Other Minor Details from Coronakal in Bundelkhand

In response, or maybe a rejoinder, to urban conversations full of lament – “Why don’t they just get vaccinated? Why are they getting married at this time? Will they ever learn?” – Disha and Kavita of Khabar Lahariya, after decades in rural Bundelkhand, come with a rather gentle reply (all things considered).

Mann ke Mukhaute, Ep.03: Maine Saaf Kiya Tumhara…

In our third episode of our podcast series Mann Ke Mukhaute, we address Care Work. Care Work is finally being recognised as emotional and physical labour, and its deep connection with gender are being investigated academically and socially. But what do caregivers themselves think of their work?

Sadness And The Breeze

In an unusual memoriam of the times we live in and the year gone by, Parvati Sharma wonders what our cities may feel, through a conversation between its two inhabitants: Sadness and Breeze.

Coronavirus and Vaccination: All You Need To Know

After months of the pandemic induced lockdown, our lives are slowly coming back to normal—going out to work, meeting friends and relatives, shopping in stores. How has this become possible? An important factor has been the Covid vaccine.

Swasthya Se Yaad Aaya…

Women from grassroots collectives in Bihar met us on Zoom and talked to us about all things health. From hung servers to healthcare centres that could be mistaken for stables—seeking healthcare in rural India is often a thrilling ride.

Back Story: Caste in Nursing | Ep 1

The Third Eye’s new series, Back Story, breaks down research, praxis, and lesser-know insights for a wider, non-academic audience, to help us all make sense of the world with a little more wonder, a little more depth. In Episode 1, we meet Panchali Ray, author of Politics of Precarity…

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