In a world of speed and luxury, I had forgotten the charming sloce of India – long distance travel in Sleeper Class on Indian Railways. This time, I was attending the HID Forum’s Group Relations conference on Leadership in a Gendered World in Bangalore which was based on the Tavistock model of sensing unconscious group processes, which is a different story. I decided to travel the way I used to travel with my family in…"The slice of India"
Please note that in the following information, the column for females per 1000 males (0-6) is not provided in the original census data, but I calculated and added it in, because it is a useful look. Planning to add “females per 1000 males” columns for 7+ and literacy as well. The information below can be sorted in ascending and descending order by clicking on the column titles. In addition, you can also move columns and…"India Census Info 2011 – Provisional"
This is a memory from a long time ago. Way before I figured out the internet beyond checking mail. This is a time when I was a nomadic horsewoman in the Himalaya. I was living in the high pastures of the Kullu valley with my herd of horses. We were in the pastures below the Hampta Pass – about a 6 hour walk from Manali. The winter had been rough, and we were just camping…"Healing a filly injured by a bear – flashback"