The kingdom of isolation | Khati 

It’s funny how some distance makes everything seem small. And the fears that once controlled me can’t get to me at all!

My trek toward Khati, which is considered one among the backward and lastly inhabited villages in the lap of Himalayas was not an ordinary trip.

After reading my previous articles you must have received an idea about the kind of work I’m into. At present I’m located in the remote location of Uttarakhand, India. Working under a Rural Development Program I’m also trying to explore the culture and beliefs of people. I had to visit Government Primary School of Khati for an intervention with the children there, merely a creative activity. To know more about the same or suggest ideas for making my interventions better please comment below with the contact details. 

This was an opportunity that I received because I and my two co-fellows were supposed to be interviewed for a documentary by our donor organization.

I will soon elaborate my experience here. Have a happy reading & writing. Take care! 🌻

9 thoughts on “The kingdom of isolation | Khati 

    • Nope! After finishing my journalism I chose to learn and work under India’s development programs. And got selected finally to work for Remote District Development Program and was given this location. Its been 8 months now I’m working for this rural development opportunity.

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  1. Hi Linita, I’m a of masters in Journalism in Mumbai and planning to do the Gandhi fellowship soon after that preferably in the Uttarakhand region. Can you please guide me for the same? As in what regions do you cover in Uttarakhand, what challenges should I be ready for and what hindrances did you face? 🙂 I’m very positive about this fellowship!

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