Articles by: Rashida Nasriya

‘Our Home’- A call to preserve community-based society

‘Our Home’- A call to preserve community-based society

Romi Meitei has made 40 feature films and short films. His well-known movie Eikhogi Yum( Our Home ) was screened in the international competition section of the 27th International Film Festival of Kerala. The film won Fipresci international award and a jury mention of NETPAC at IFFK 2022. Does the film “Our Home” depict the real-life situation of fishermen in[Read More…]

by 17/12/2022 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature
Ode to myself

Ode to myself

Looking inward Found arrows Shot to forestall my growth. Trying to dismantle the chain, Threw back the arrows, Culminating in a painful war, Where the loved one Stood amidst. Looking outside, Found number of errors, Where a woman is mocked for her irrationality, Labelled as “immature” for her actions and being Questioned of her whole existence, Conditioned and crushed for[Read More…]

by 04/09/2022 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature
Reflections From Kandhamal

Reflections From Kandhamal

Ajaya Kumar Singh is one of the main strengths of the struggle for justice in Kandhamal. A well known human rights activist, Ajaya Kumar is a recipient of the Minority Rights Day Award from the National  Commission for Minorities (NCM). Through this interview, Rashida Nazria is documenting some of his reflections. Rashida: I have heard that your grandparents were Adivasis[Read More…]

by 10/07/2022 Comments are Disabled India