Jasmeen Patheja Everyone deserves to be safe
What does a woman never leave home without? A safety pin, a pointed nail file, red chili powder — some small weapon to fight off unwanted touches and grabs in public. When artist Jasmeen Patheja asked women to share this intimate detail of their lives, it made her point: everyone deserves safety. Her project, Blank Noise, helps to reclaim public safety for everyone through public projects that build trust and independence for everyone. Watch to the end for a thoughtful dialogue with host Shah Rukh Khan.
Trisha Prabhu Rethink to stop cyberbullying
Online bullying has real-world consequences, and young software engineer Trisha Prabhu saw a way to help. She invented a tool called ReThink that does one simple, elegant thing: it asks people, before they send a hurtful message, if they really want to say that. And most people, it turns out, say: well, actually, no. Hear the story of this clever invention.
Sivamani Creative rhythms
In nature, anything can be used to make a rhythm — as the legendary musician Sivamani proceeds to show us, playing a mind-blowing set of acoustic wonderment.
Samar Jodha Listen to wisdom from the elders in your life
In our age of rapid-fire technology, photographer Samar Jodha asks us to slow down and listen to the stories and wisdom of our elders. He shares his own stories of a project interviewing hundreds of older people around India, gathering his own life experience and lessons along the way. Listen for a chance to share your own story.
Karan Johar A letter to my children
What did you learn from your parents that you want to pass along to your own children? Filmmaker Karan Johar reads a heartfelt letter to his two young children, sharing values from his own mother and father and closing with a wish for them to always dream big. Stay to the end for a conversation about fatherhood with host Shah Rukh Khan.
Bittu Sahgal Our most vital relationship is with our planet
Legendary conservationist Bittu Sahgal explores India's natural treasures, from the tall Himalayas to the lush jungles to the flowing waters of the Ganges. He shares a message for children and adults alike: let's protect our glorious natural gifts. And it starts, he believes, with listening to children.