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Given an opportunity, what would communities in Mumbai say to water? We voice their relationships with water through a series of postcards named Paani Se Pyaar.
Given an opportunity, what would the diverse water elements of Mumbai have to say to the city? We voice their concerns through a series of postcards named Paani ka Paighaam. By Minaz Ansari and Jinisha Lodaya, layouts by Mehvish Sayed, Jovel Silva and images by Mohammed Esa Shaikh, Vanessa Lobo, Aslam Sayed and Sunny Tank
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As per govt. standards each urban citizen should use not more than 135 litres of water per day. But when water is available 24*7 at the turn of a tap it is easy to take this water for granted.
Find out how much water do we actually end up consuming in the course of our day using this water tracker. By Jinisha Lodaya
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Once upon a lockdown, Aryan and his Grandpa enjoy a unique party together, as they discover the wonders that exist in water, making every drop sacred and ever sip worthy of a celebration. Mumbai Water Narratives presents Paani Party, a picture storybook that will make us smile, wonder and reflect on the role of water in our lives.
Story by Minaz Ansari, Illustrations by Priyanka Lele and layout by Mehvish Sayed.
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Postcard Size 105mm x150mm
‘Once upon a Pyaav’ is the ongoing journey of Mumbai’s unique drinking water fountains, showcased here through postcards and bookmarks. All sketches by ar. Rahul Chemburkar.
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This year the Pani Haq Samiti are sharing their memories of the decade-long journey with you through their calendar. Join hands with a consistent and rigorous campaign for making Right to Water possible for everyone in Mumbai.
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