Sumedh Sengaonkar, Barefoot Skateboarders, Janwar, Madhy Pradesh, Stopworthy, Stopcommotion

Barefoot Skateboarders

  No matter how proud you feel when you say you’re from India, there is always a preconceived notion about us. And that notion is rather an inferior one. People always think about the small villages in India, stereotypical nature of the society, substandard infrastructure and all other unfavorable stuff. While metro cities like Mumbai, […]

Boat Sketch BY Raja Das

The Curious Three

ACTT is a Kolkata based organization located at Lake Gardens, registered under “Indian Charitable Trust Act, 1961. They operate residential shelter homes and a school for destitute & street children from economically deprived or broken families. Their funding comes from many sources and sponsors – some of them being GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN (SPAIN), ACTION POUR LES […]

A human Dustbin, ashish d'souza, beach, better in than out, bhuigaon, clean up drive, jonathan lopez, vasai, venance castelino, Ishita Shelat, Stopworthy, Stopcommotion

A Human Dustbin Cleaning Up Vasai’s Bhuigaon Beach

Venance Castelino and Jonathan Lopez, residents of Vasai are taking ‘Talking Dirty’ to a whole new level. Before you have them arrested, here’s what they did! They were fed up with how Bhuigaon Beach in Vasai was being treated! Instead of complaining about it, and sharing dirty pictures for how ill treated their beach was, […]

Banjara Bastii, Sikar, Rajasthan, Volunteer, Adam Edholm, Causes, Stopcommotion

Volunteer Story at Banjara Basti

When I decided to go to India I had no idea what to expect; I had heard stories from some people about the larger organizations that charged huge sums, placed the volunteers in camps isolated from the local population and where the volunteer work did little good, and sometimes even more harm than good. None […]

Delhi Transit System, Delhi, Ishita Shelat, Rajesh Kumar, Rail Tracks, Stop Commotion

Beneath The Rail-tracks – A Ray Of Hope

Beneath The Tracks of The Delhi Transit System – A Ray Of Hope What can you see beneath the ever-so-busy tracks of the Delhi Transit System? Dirt. Grime. Impoverished children playing oblivious to the constant buzzing of the capital city? Now, the poorest of the poor under a bridge in India’s capital see a ray […]