23 crore trips a day: that's the number of trips auto drivers make in India. Yet, this large population is part of the unorganised economy: without a stable income, without healthcare, without insurance and with associated socio-cultural problems such as debt and substance abuse. Can Auto Raja change this?...
Helping people climb out of poverty by hiring those who are under-qualified for the job: the story of Invensis, an organization that focuses on potential above qualification. This is Inclusive India story #65
Prarthana Kaul shares about a stranger she saw on the road, and the collective effort in rescuing a lost elderly person. This is Inclusive India story #64
When Sujatha realised that it took just 500 rupees a month to educate an underprivileged child, she founded Ashwini Charitable Trust. Today, she and the volunteers there not only fund schooling and meals but also help these children climb out of poverty. This is Inclusive India story #63
From amalgamations of east and west, to staying undefined and fluid, Sushmita Maryam shares her experiences on embracing the identity of the non-identity.
Celebrating the past, here's a list of Chai with Lakshmi's top 5 most liked and shared conversations from 2013!
Looking back at 2013, Lakshmi Rebecca shares from her diaries about things she learnt, things she celebrated, things that were milestones and things that are in store for 2014.
"The true meaning of religion and what it stands for has become irrelevant in today's world." Sushmita Maryam blogs about religious beliefs and how one reacts.