A connoisseur of plants yearns to give greenery the ‘space’ it deserves in the urban context. Is there a way forward to create a balance in our compact urban dwellings through Sustainability?
Winners of The Home Connect Contest (1st Edition) are now announced!
Tanya says – “The area has newly constructed apartments and hence is very well maintained”
Overall Rating – 2/3
Overall Score – 76.4%
Duration of Use – 6 months to 3 years
Stargazing at Maria’s Braveheart in Patan Kalan village of Rajasthan was a refreshing experience!
Mithila art or Madhubani art, as popularly known, is among the most notable contributions of Bihar that puts Indian art and craft on the world map.
One can find many options for home decor, accessories and clothing with Madhubani theme priced under INR 500/- and 5,000/-.
Unusually high rainfalls have lead to a flood crisis in Kerala state of India. There are various channels through which we can donate for the relief works.
Ashhar says – “As a girl I always feel relatively safer in Lajpat Nagar – it is so well-lit and active. Basically, it is a heaven for shoppers. No issues in availing any mode of transport.”
Overall Rating – 1/3
Overall Score – 58.8 %
Duration of Stay – More than 3 Years
Amit says – “This place has been carrying the heritage across centuries. Well connected to Chennai, a wonderful part of this place is the 26m high lighthouse.”
Overall Rating – 3/3
Overall Score – 73.3%
Duration of Stay – 1 day
“The municipality/PWD needs to look into the infrastructure and at least get the road constructed.”
Overall Rating – 1/3
Overall Score – 54.7%
Duration of Use – up to 3 years
DDF brought together key stakeholders from consulting, urban planning, urban design, IoT/ICT, academia and startups engaged in civic initiatives. Also the first public platform where the idea of LocalFeedback.Org was discussed.
“One can never feel bored in Lajpat Nagar as all of you have to do is look outside and see how life is unfolding for many. The perks of living here is that you can always do last minute shopping.”
“For me, it was the amalgamation of my passion towards teaching that probably I inherited from my father and the change we wanted to make in the education system. And while I express these feelings, it would be unfair not to thank the spaces that I’ve grown into.”
“One leaves a part of oneself in each place and also takes with oneself a part of every place. Wherever I have lived, I never felt like an outsider.”
“Now, when I visit my village, I no longer get the view of Kanchenjunga mountain as buildings have come up, the river has narrowed and encroachment has reached to its brim.”
“ किसी का घर से कैसा रिस्ता है, कितना लगाव है ये शायद वो लोग बेहतर समझते हैं जो घर से दूर रहते हैं। अब सवाल ये कि आखिर वो घर कौन सा ?”
“No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories.” ― Haruki Murakami