Tag Archives: Nepal

A Silhouette of Memories

This blog post, which was meant to be a reflection of my experiences during the second leg of field work in Nepal, comes at a time when I possibly cannot just ramble on about how many new places I went … Continue reading

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A Flight to Catch

I travelled to Kathmandu in December 2014 for my field work to understand the migration journey of  Nepali workers to Qatar. After a few initial protocols, I was flooded with thoughts of their aspirations, apprehensions and reasons for migration. Following is an attempt to summarize the experience … Continue reading

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Of Hills, Hopes and Happiness

After weeks of brainstorming over field guides and running up to unsuspecting strangers to ask for interviews for our dummy protocols, we were finally good to go to Nepal. Except that I almost missed my flight and survived through a … Continue reading

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Janakpur: Food, Color and Musings

I traveled to Dhanusha on the first week of December 2014. In the streets of Kathmandu, the day before, I had felt the winter chill. However, it was sunny in Janakpur initially, and as I stepped out of the airport, I … Continue reading

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Contextualizing Bihar: What’s Going on in the Neighborhood?

A lot of the work that CKS does is focused in India’s eastern state of Bihar, which is the third largest state in the country, with a population of over 100 million. Our work there covers a range of sectors, … Continue reading

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