|Scifikids | Augmented Reality India | Innovare||Augmented Reality is a technology that merges your physical environment with digitally produced information of the object you see through your camera.|
|Delwara, India 2010||Three friends and I went to a village near Udaipur in India. We gave a creative lesson to students aged 3-18 over a three week period. The classes involved sewing, woodworking, painting and drawing.|
|Inside India||These photos were taking during my field research in India.|
|Indian Traffic||Traffic in India|
|Bangalore: India's Garden City||Bangalore is known the world over as India's Information Technology Capital. However, long before the information technology boom, the city was a military cantonment and a pensioner's paradise. Despite all the economic activity, the city has a relaxed and easy-going feel. It is full of gardens and parks and has some lovely architecture...|
|My India||These were the photos I had taken when I was at home in summer 05.|
|Leave me alone!||
Name of the Artist: Mahendra Umbarsada (supported by Larsen Toubro Public Charitable Trust)
Address: Savroli-Patilpada, Talasari Block, Palghar District, Maharashtra, India.
Tribe: Hindu Warli.
Tags: urbanization, climate change, global warming, Warli Indigenous tribe, maharashtra, india, floods, industrialization
|Clean and green India.||
Art by Patel Vidit Rameshbhai, belonging to scheduled tribe Dhodia, Gujarat. School: Kharel Education Society Navasari , Gujrat supported by Larsen Toubro Public Charitable Trust.
Description: India has embraced the cleanliness drive Swachh Bharat, an attempt to instil hygiene and cleanliness among the diverse population of the country....
Tags: india, gujarat, Dhodia Indigenous tribe, Kharel, Navasari, global warming, climate change
|Erase or draw Earth?||
Art by Khanak, grade 6, Suncity School, Gurgaon, India. The pencil has two sides. It can either draw or erase Earth. Man too is like the pencil. Which side will he choose?
Tags: india, Suncity School, environment, technology, pollution, deforestation
|Clean India - beautiful India||
Safura Sayyad of Grade 8, Jaihind Public School, Udgir, Maharashtra, India, sharing her thoughts about the benefits of keeping the surrounding the country clean and following in the footsteps of the Father of the Nation.
Tags: #cleanindia, #cleanwater
|Clean India - Green India||
Safura Sayyad of grade 8, Jaihind Public School, Udgir, Maharashtra, India, shares her opinion about the national agenda of India which talks about Clean India and teaching and learning about Cleanliness
Tags: #3Rs, #Recycle, #saveenvironment, #cleanindia, #greenindia
|E-waste relief sculpture||
E-waste relief sculpture by Vamika Bhardwaj, Grade X, Suncity School,Gurgaon, India.
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction, reuse, recycle, e-waste
|Robots from trash||
Robot craft by grade II, Suncity School, Gurgaon, India.
Students created futuristic robots from waste materials.
Tags: india, Suncity School, clean, green, environment, pollution
|Save paper, Save trees||
Paper Collages by students of Suncity School, India.
Description: Art is possible with the most mundane of materials. Recycling 1 ton of paper saves around 682.5 gallons of oil, 26,500 liters of water and 17 trees. Students learnt to find tints, tones, shades of a colour while also learning to reuse and recreate with old magazine paper.
Tags: Suncity School, india, save trees, pollution, recycle, reuse, destruction, greed, climate change, global warming
A multidisciplinary awareness campaign to save water by students of Suncity School, Gurgaon, India.
Tags: save water, pollution, environment, green, clean, Suncity School, india
|CD Butterfly Garden Installation||
Garden Installation from E-waste by students of grade IV, Suncity School, India.
Description: We are all generating mountains of trash and filling up landfills with harmful, non degradable materials. This is an attempt by grade four to stop that and do their bit to save our planet from pollution.
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction, reuse, recycle, pollution