If it is not fun, it is not sustainable. You can do it for sometime. But you can’t go on and on and on.
What Upasana is endeavoring to see is, if through fashion, can a certain dimension be added to bring out the best out of a being? What we are also interested in...
Is there no better way to go about the systemic usage of money as a tool?
Our sense of responsibility has moved from family to community, to country, and the entire planet today.
Auroville being a place of diversity, drew questions about identity, due to the contrasts in culture that existed. The search began with architecture.
Uma Prajapati Haimavati who hails from Bihar, grew up in an atmosphere where gender-based discrimination was a familiar practice.
Upasana’s logo has a story that is as powerful as her name. The red dot that is symbolic of Upasana, represents the bindi on an Indian woman’s forehead.