Media and Press coverage
- In the pastures of creativity: Dec 12, 2016 THE HINDU
- Living Lightly: Get glimpses of a nomadic life projected in urban Delhi: Dec 11, 2016 HINDUSTAN TIMES
- In A Nation Pained By Farmers’ Suicides, What Keeps Animal-Herders Buoyant? Dec 11, 2016 OUTLOOK
- Where visitors can get a taste of India’s rich and endangered pastoral culture: Dec 10, 2016 SUNDAY GUARDIAN LIVE
- The Outlier: Dec 6, 2016 THE PIONEER
- Keeping the Pastures Alive: Dec 3, 2016 THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS
- A WORLD WITHOUT A ROOF
- Pastoralism as an occupation continues to remain in the realm of the invisible and the unknown for many. Towards creating a foundation for meaningful engagement with pastoralists and other stakeholders, Living Lightly has collaborated with a team of experts to publish an introductory book on pastoralism, titled “A World Without a Roof, Stories of Pastoralism from India’.
- With evocative illustrations and lucid narration, the book brings out the essence of pastoralism and pastoral societies –its evolution over time, the varied ecosystems that pastoralists and their livestock inhabit and traverse, their cultural world, economic contribution, and the various forms in which it is practiced. Similar to figures in a landscape painting that offer perspective and points of view, the book presents four protagonists from different pastoral groups presenting an intimate, ‘up-close’ view of the hopes and fears, struggles and successes of their communities.
- The book has been conceived, written and visualized by Sarita Sundar, researcher and graphic artist, and illustrated by Somesh Kumar, with inputs from Arvind Lodaya.