Girl’s Education

Seeing the Beauty Between Desire and Duty

Hameeda has participated in the EduLog programme with The Third Eye for its Education Edition. EduLog mentored 12 writers and image-makers from India, Nepal and Bangladesh to remember – in the present continuous – their experience of education through a feminist lens.

Hiding Behind Language

I once had a student who didn’t speak much and said only what she wanted to say and even then, very little. She wasn’t shy or afraid to speak. She was just so careful with words that she refused to speak until she knew exactly what she wanted to say.

Chhed Khaani

It is a warm April day in New Delhi. The session we are about to conduct is our third with girls who attend a bridge course in a resettlement colony. The course helps girls who have dropped out or never enrolled in school to come on a par with the literacy and learning levels of those in school.

Bolti Kahaniyan: Aate Sane Haath

In the third episode of the series Bolti Kahaniyan, we bring to you the story—Aate Sane Haath. Through this series, Anita brings to us stories from the field. These stories have previously been published in Nirantar’s magazine “Pitara”.

happy birthday savitribai

Happy Birthday Wala Letter

A young girl in 21C India writes a letter to Savitribai Phule. Savitribai Phule was the first woman to be a teacher, and also the first person to set up a school for girls in India.

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