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Srishti Sambrahma 2020: Celebrating the Earth Mother

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Thu 01 Oct 2020

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Lifeline Nurtured – 1

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Srishti Sambrahma 2020: Celebrating the Earth Mother

Lifeline Nurtured - 1

The Srishti Sambrahma Celebration seeks to create a circle of conversation around people's identities, culture, community, the earth and the other living beings that inhabit it. Our ancestors lived in harmony with the land and with what it provides, with creatures big and small, while staying mindful of the ecological boundaries of the natural world and not taking from the land more than they needed. Lifeline Nurtured will explore how we can stay
interconnected with all life forms.

October 01, 2020, Thursday | 05:00 - 07:00 PM IST

Speakers:

  • Smt. Rukmini Vijayakumar, Director, Raadhakalpa Academy, India
  • Shri. Biswajit De, Founder President, Wild Roots
  • Dr. Abishek Narayanan, HoD, Wild Rescue, WTI
  • Shri. Kaushik Barua, Assam Elephant Foundation
  • Shri. Kalyan Varma, Wildlife Photographer

 

Featured Image Courtesy: Shri. Kalyan Varma

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Smt. Rukmini Vijayakumar

Danseuse and Founder, Raadhakalpa Academy,

Rukmini Vijayakumar is an Indian choreographer and Bharatanatyam dancer from Bangalore, . Along with her performances on stage, she has appeared in four Tamil films. s the artistic director of Raadha Kalpa Dance Company, and the director of Lshva, a space for artists.

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Shri. Kalyan Varma

Wildlife Photographer

Shri. Kalyan Varma is a wildlife photographer, filmmaker, naturalist and explorer dedicated to documenting wildlife and the environmental issues that define our times. He freelances with many of the world's leading magazines, environmental NGOs and television channels like Nat Geo and BBC. Over the last decade, he has worked on many landmark blue chip wildlife series for the BBC and National Geographic channel. His work has appeared in many publications worldwide, including National Geographic, Nature, The Guardian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Smithsonian, Lonely Planet and other magazines. Along with a team of photographers he founded India Nature Watch, an online community which now has become the largest platform for upcoming wildlife photographers in Asia. He is also the co-founder of Asia's largest nature photography festival Nature InFocus. Sharing his knowledge of photography, wildlife, and people across various platforms including workshops and seminars is an important part of the work he does.

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Shri. Biswajit De

Founder-President, Wild Roots

A Designer and an Educationist by profession, and a "Conservationist at Heart", Biswajit has won the GTA - Global Teacher Accreditation from the British Council and Cambridge Education Program. Mr. De won this award for his "Action Research Project - Creating Teacher Leaders to Impart Global Awareness through Innovative Teaching in Biology". He is also a trainer of Information and Communications Technology Skills, a Mentor to the State of Meghalaya, for schools in the Garo Hills, and part of British Council of Education Quality Improvement Pathways for Schools (EQUIPS) Training Team. He is working as a Creative Director and International Coordinator at a reputed school in Guwahati, Assam. He is also a member of IUCN-CEC (Commission on Education and Communication). He is the Founder President of WildRoots, India. The sole aim of WildRoots is to inspire and encourage people to make this world a better place for not only the humans, but also the other lives that surges on this planet.

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Dr. Abhishek Narayanan

HoD, Wild Rescue, WTI

A physiotherapist by training, Abhishek Narayanan has been working with WTI since 2011 and currently heads the Wild Rescue Division. With extensive experience in rescue and rehabilitation and wildlife and his medical background, he provides programmatic and technical inputs to the projects under wild rescue. His major interest is in rescue and rehabilitation of reptiles mainly snakes and turtles/tortoises but likes to work with all species as and when needed. He has a keen eye on project planning, monitoring and evaluations and he continues to strive hard to improve processes and follow best practices for all the work that is done under the division.

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Shri. Kaushik Barua

Founder, Assam Elephant Foundation

Mr. Kaushik Barua is the founder of Assam Elephant Foundation. He is an Honorary Wildlife Warden of the State, Assam and he specializes in rescue and translocation of large mammals such as elephants and rhinos. He has over 25 years of hands-on experience working with both captive and wild elephants. Through his organization Assam Elephant Foundation, he is involved in both in situ and ex situ conservation of elephants. Also supported and assisted the Forest Department plan and manage Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation measures in Rani and the Deepor Beel area in the outskirts of Guwahati city for the last 15 years. Also assisted Forest Departments of Assam and West Bengal in various capture and rescue operations involving elephants, rhinos, tigers, and leopards. He is a member of the Indian Rhino Vision 2020 Team with the responsibility of planning and carrying out capture operations, logistics and designing and improving capture and rescue equipment. He had the privilege of working alongside very prominent South African wildlife vets in moving white and black rhinos, lions, elephants, zebras, and buffaloes within South Africa and also between South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Botswana. He is also involved in the training and deployment of Military Working Dogs for anti-poaching work.


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