How culture, traditions and gods of the Sundarbans are inseparable and intertwined with the forest, work, and its most charismatic creature, the swamp tiger.
Read the article by Suptendu P. Biswas here
Prof. Ritu Priya, Centre of Social Medicine & Community Health, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, India
Dr. Aniruddha (Rudy) Banerjee, Associate Professor of Geography, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
Nicolas Valenzuela-Levi, Researcher, University of Cambridge, UK
Moderator: Dr. Suptendu P. Biswas, Architect, Urban Designer, Planner, Delhi, India
Recorded Zoom from Saturday, May 9, 2020
SEARCH Conversations #01
Situation, Challenges and Way Forward
Unprecedented situation now has opened up new possibilities of engagement among networked community cutting across geographical boundary. The strength and effectiveness of such interactions are recognized and explored now, more than ever. As a part of its outreach activities, SEARCH (Trust for Sustainable Education and Action in Architecture, www.searchtrust.org) takes this moment to reconnect to reflect upon thoughts.
Join in the Zoom meeting: 5:30-6:00 p.m. IST Saturday, May 2, 2020
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Sampriti Saha, who attended SEARCH Workshop 18 on AdiGanga/Tolly Nullah workshop, is selected for the ISOLA Student Award this year for her thesis "...using Canal system as a tool for revitalization: Kolkata". Congratulations Sampriti
Public Lecture - People-Nature-Culture of a Place: Understanding festivals of the Sundarbans by Trust for SEARCH's Dr Suptendu P. Biswas