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Kuni Hikaka's House - Bilingual (2021)

Story: Pritu Vatsa | Illustrations: Anjali Joy

This book is an attempt to portray the vernacular architecture of the Kuvi villages, and showcase how arts and culture are embedded in them. This bilingual version of Kuni Hikaka’s House is in English and Kuvi. Kuvi is the first language of the Kuvi people, known as Kondhs by outsiders. The script is Odia, since Kuvi doesn't have a script of its own.


Youth Vikalp Sangam (2020)

Documentation | Edited by Ashik Krishnan

As the world hurtles towards greater ecological devastation, inequalities, and social conflicts, the biggest question facing us is: are there alternative ways of meeting human needs and aspirations, without trashing the earth and without leaving half of humanity behind? The Youth Vikalp Sangam was one where around 40 individuals working in the domain of Environment and Ecological Justice came together and dialogued on the alternative futures they wished to see.


Kuni Hikaka's House (2020)

Story: Pritu Vatsa | Illustrations: Anjali Joy

Small, yet big things make up the house of a Kondh child. House is not just a room or two, but a place where culture and worldview grows. A Kondh house accommodates all. Coop for chicken, shed for cows, space for storing seeds, and more. Verandahs are connected and common. Rooms are for sleeping. The book depicts some of these elements from the Kondh housing.

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Ecoctober 2020

Written and illustrated by Saumya John

Every year, artists world over participate in Inktober, a month long event in October to practice and explore different mediums and expressions of art. A list of prompts is provided, which becomes the guideline for artists. It was in this context that Ecoctober was started, as a way to practice art and bring attention to environmental issues, environmentally sustainable choices and mental health.

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52 Parindey (2018)

Written by Rahul Karanpuriya

52 Parindey is a project dedicated to identifying and documenting the lives of 52 innovators who are making a conscious and sustainable living for themselves and the planet through alternate careers in Indian towns. Initiated in 2016 as a 52-week travel-based endeavour, the aim was to celebrate those trailblazers who are involved in eco-careers, and can inspire youth to lead a similar path and eventually help regenerate the ecosystems in India and the world.

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More exclusive Publications from Travellers' University are in progress. Watch this space for more updates.


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A peek into the philosophy and journey of Travellers' University

(June 2018 - January 2020)

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2020 Issue 1

January - June

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