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Rahul Nainwal

Rahul Nainwal, Co founder iVolunteer Co-Founder India Fellow social leadership program Co-Founder, UnLtd Delhi
Using Communication For Social Change: Ajay’s Story

Using Communication For Social Change: Ajay’s Story


5 Dec 2016

While editing the movie “Ajay”, all of a sudden the laptop screen blacks out. The battery runs out. I observe my ‘face’ intently rather than hastening…

Life in a STUDIO

Life in a STUDIO


5 Oct 2016

Clustered ideologies of quitting my basic fundamentals, towards discovering my journey were quite successfully increasing. A few days back I got an opportunity to enter the…

Self Help Groups: An Anecdote Of Women Empowerment

Self Help Groups: An Anecdote Of Women Empowerment


1 Oct 2016

 Image Source: The Hindu Business Line In a country of 121 crore, where 83.3 crores live in rural areas while 37.7 crores stay in urban areas,…

Swasthya Ka Ped – Hastha Khilta

Swasthya Ka Ped – Hastha Khilta


23 Sep 2016

“The world is a complicated place, and there’s a lot of division between people. The performing arts tend to unify people in a way nothing else…

First 30 Days – Confessions About Learning And Struggles

First 30 Days – Confessions About Learning And Struggles


7 Sep 2016

Karl Wilhelm said Irony is a form of paradox. The paradox is what is good and great at the same time. Often it is a form…

Diara! The Voiceless, Faceless Island Of Patliputra

Diara! The Voiceless, Faceless Island Of Patliputra


2 Sep 2016

Patna, the capital of Bihar is considered as one of the oldest city of the planet. The city has a powerful history, which started from the…

In The Realm Of Men

In The Realm Of Men


16 Aug 2016

Rush, Rush, Rush: finally, the day had arrived to seek out ‘subjects’ that resemble ‘Poor Indians’. The designed ‘rural immersion’ task was to get hold of…

“I Am Twelve And I Am Married”

“I Am Twelve And I Am Married”


16 Aug 2016

The day kicked off with a plate of poha and mangoes and an assignment completed in so much haste that I forgot the main purpose of…

No Idea Is Trivial – Yashaswini

No Idea Is Trivial – Yashaswini


24 Mar 2014

It is never easy to make a decision. Action itself stems from courage and courage can only lead to splendor and success. It was not an…

Come Take A Shot At It – Pooja Lapasia

Come Take A Shot At It – Pooja Lapasia


6 Mar 2014

I always lived a life of detachment; a life I was interested in but never involved. It seemed like a pretty easy thing to do. Life…

A One Degree Shift – Ankit Agarwal

A One Degree Shift – Ankit Agarwal


6 Feb 2014

Just imagine walking along a straight line and then something or someone comes along and changes your direction by just one degree.  This minutely small shift…

On-Grid and Off-Grid – Saurabh Mehta

On-Grid and Off-Grid – Saurabh Mehta


28 Jan 2014

I was trained to be an electrical engineer and learnt how to effectively and efficiently meet the growing power requirement of people through electricity grids. Upon…

Four Years Since – Anupama Pain

Four Years Since – Anupama Pain


27 Jan 2014

June 2010: A computer engineering graduate, and thereafter working in the corporate circles for four years, I would have never imagined that pressing down the Send…