For almost a century, Kuttiyamma’s daily routine had been much the same. Rising early at home in the village of Thiruvanchoor in Kerala, the 104-year-old would begin her day’s work of cooking, cleaning and feeding the cows and chickens.
A 13-year-old girl from Hyderabad, India, recently scaled Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa known for its snow-capped peaks, and now wants to climb the rest of the six summits across the world.
Elated over being blessed with a daughter, a street vendor in Bhopal, India, offered free ‘pani puri’ (one of the most common street foods in Indian subcontinent) to people to welcome his baby and send across a message to society to celebrate the birth of a girl child and not discriminate between boys and girls.
There is hope left in this world after all, and the Internet keeps on reinstating the fact. The world keeps breaking the spirit of animals and animal lovers every day with the troubling videos and news of how they are murdered, poached, torn off from their natural habitat, separated from their natal mothers and so much more.
It has been over a year since India is battling the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. In this adverse time, several artists have come forward to spread awareness about the precautionary measures to tackle COVID-19. Paintings, graffiti, and posters have emerged as a quite popular means to create awareness.