Intolerance: A new face of democracy

India is the largest democracy in the whole wide world. It is a multi-religion and multi-cultural nation so, there is bound to be a difference in opinions. And being a democratic country, each and every citizen of India has a right to have his/her opinion. But today people seem to have forgotten this fundamental right given to every citizen of …

Sanskrit- Language Of Our Souls

  We remember the days in school from 5th to 8th grade when this language as subject and we all dreaded it. It was difficult as well as useless, is what we all thought. But in reality, Sanskrit is pretty interesting and important. Don’t believe me? Keep on reading and you will.   So, Sanskrit is a language of ancient India with a …

World Population: A problem by the people, for the people

  Is Malthus back? Does Malthus ring a bell? He was probably one of the most prominent figure during your introductory social science and environmental science classes. Simply put, the growth rate of population exceeds the growth rate of agricultural production. This change in the rate of growth puts stress on resources and results in famine. It isn’t sustainable and the Malthusian …

Mumbai rain- Story of a Raindrop

  Dear Rain Lovers, Nice to meet you fellow rain lover. My name is ‘boond’ and I am a little water droplet. Now I hope we all know how a water cycle works, don’t we? You have time and time again drawn the picture of a mountain, sun, rain and an ocean with cloudsand numerous arrows. Ring a bell? Yeah. …

Four down and forever to go!

For this one journey, we realized our first station was “Team Muskurahat” that led us to “Muskurahat Foundation”. Some of your journey will be travelled in light and some of it will be in darkness. The Muskurahat Journey was embarked upon four years back when a seventeen year old boy avowed to drive his own train and make it reach …

Being Women

Dotting, strong and inexplicable – our woman is warriors. They dawn on them multiple responsibilities and effortlessly portray diverse roles on a daily basis. They begin with being a daughter, grow into being a girlfriend, a wife and then slowly crawl into the mold of a mother. But women, we believe are not restricted by the four walls of a …

Project Vastradaan

For over 7000,000 Rohingyas, their life was in a state of bewilderment and question in August 2017. Struck by devastation and bloodshed, these people were forced to flee their native lands and homes and sought refuge in neighboring Bangladesh. A plight like never before, inflicting immense grief and the overwhelming pain was visible on the faces of these refugees. They …

Masika Mahotsav

Dusk till dawn, we’re haunted by stereotypes and taboos surrounding menstruation that force us to think, question and act. Appalled by the ignorance and on a quest to drive women towards more healthy and sustainable menstruation practices, we at Muskurahat Foundation along with Muse launched an unconventional and exclusive festival – Masika Mahotsav. Celebrated on the World Menstrual Hygiene Day …

JoyRide 2016

It takes 17 muscles to smile and 42 to frown. Sounds familiar? Ah reminds us of our social media feeds! Well, we take the responsibility of making those 17 muscles work which unfurls the beautiful smiles on all those deserving children. Muskurahat foundation works with the motto: Spread the smile and be the change. It consists of committed and zealous …