Garima Raghuvanshy is a researcher and writer based in London and Mumbai. She writes on a range of social and cultural issues. Her interests lie particularly in religion, tradition, culture, inter-community dynamics, and built environments. Garima is a recipient of the Erasmus Mundus Svaagata scholarship and the Sahapedia-UNESCO fellowship. You can reach out to her at www.garimaraghuvanshy.com.
The rise of Hindi print in India since the early 1970s.
Inside the repatriation process for trafficking survivors between India and Bangladesh.