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Issue - January - March / 2016 - 2016       Volume - 27.1, Magazine - 27.1
Title - What are We Doing! What are We Saying

  • Arunachal Pradesh Shodhyatra
  • Herbal Healer : Annakutty Joseph
  • Centenarian
 
Zen master Mu Nan had only one successor. His name was Shoju. After Shoju had completed his stud of Zen, Mu Nan called him into his room "Iam getting old, "Mu Nan said, "and as far as i know Shoju, you are the only one who can carry foward my teaching. Here is a book. It had been passed down from master to master for seven generations. read more

Issue - July - September / 2015 - 2015       Volume - 26.3, Magazine - 26.3
Title - Let us fly in a sky so high

  • In the land of Chakmas: Colours, creativity and conservation
  • Dr A P J Abdul Kalam IGNITE 2015 Awards
  • 8th National Biennial Grassroots Innovation Awards
 
Walking in a tribal region having one of the highest educational coverage and attainment in the country was a revealing experience. Though at a geographically disadvantaged location, Tripura beat Kerala in literacy percentage in 2013. It is not surprising that numerous private schools open in summer for children. But, significant poverty still characterises the Gandachal region of Tripura. Located on the border of Bangladesh, the region seems peaceful. Though, it has a history of social protests. The shodhyatris observed the traditional handlooms, crop varieties, musical instruments, and experienced a pervasive culture of sharing values and a warm hospitality. Women here weave colours in their foldable handlooms as also in life while the younger generation has learnt the art of fusing traditional and contemporary designs. Children, as always, amased us by their unbound imagination to solve problems. Culturally rich, managing local knowledge so well, the Chakma, Tripura, Riang and other communities are asserting their identity. We have to join hands with them to collaboratively discover new paths that don’t exacerbate their exploitation and instead enhance their access to modern institutions and technologies. read more

Issue - April - June / 2015 - 2015       Volume - 26.2, Magazine - 26-2
Title - Minding the Mind

  • Festival of Innovation 2015 (FOIN)
  • ICCIG-III Jan 19-22,2015
  • Childrens Creativity & Co-creation Workshop
 
After winning serveral archery contests, the young and rather boastful champion challenged a zen master who was renowned for his skill as an archer. The young man demonstrated remarkable technical proficiency when he hit a distant buils eye on his first try, and then split that arrow with his second shot. read more

Issue - October - March / 2014 - 2015       Volume - 25(4)-26(1), Magazine - 25(4)-26(1
Title - Mind on the margin is not a marginal mind

  • China Innovation Network (CHIN)
  • Creative Children
  • Neglected Labourer
 
The Honey Bee Network has received support from thousands of volunteers over the last two and half a decade while pooling and sharing its ideas, innovations and initiatives through this newsletter. It is difficult to acknowledge all of them. No matter how hard we try, some will certainty be left out. We request all such colleagues to forgive our acts of commission and omission and accept that the Network could not have made all the progress that it has without your unstinted help, guidance and criticism. read more

Issue - July - September / 2014 - 2014       Volume - 25.3, Magazine - 25.3
Title - The chess board of creativity: harnessing uncertainty

  • 33 Shodhyatra (PART-II) When frugal is more efficient
  • IGNITE AWARDS
  • Creative children around the world
 
Nischint was a maverick boy, always involved in doing something new. But, he often did not persist with an idea too long. He would be satisfied with a sub-optimal solution too soon and then move to another idea. His teacher and also the hostel warden, were not very happy with this habit of his. His teacher realised that if Nischint continued with this jugaad mentality of getting around the problem rather getting over them, he will never be able to make a breakthrough. read more

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