Author Archives: Vinathe Sharma

About Vinathe Sharma

I am an interdisciplinary researcher and practitioner. My engagment is to facilitate people's understanding of their own agency and the Actionable Space in their life. I draw from various theoretical and practitioner areas of Education, Psychology, Social Work, Environmental Studies, Literature, Sociology and History. I work with communities at the grassroots as well as in the academia.

Magic Carpet called ITI Colony

ITI Colony. ITI Quarters. A thousand genies journeyed from there. A billion stories have already been told. Genies are still dreaming of a million more stories to share. Narratives Galore. They are our own Dreamtime Stories. There is only one … Continue reading

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17/07/2007. It had to be that date. More than 25,000 people affiliated with University of Wollongong looked at us when they opened the university website that day. We were on their screens. Two doctorates and two children journeyed through Wollongong. … Continue reading

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Say Thank You

The bus was ten minutes late. People waiting in the queue were stirring, shifting their feet, subscribing to a collective mind-mapping of ‘Why is it late’ investigation. I boarded the bus first, put the currency note in front of the … Continue reading

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Dolomites & I

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I have a dream

I have a dream I had a reality Not long ago It tried to suck me in. Whilst swallowing me Reality was delirious. I looked at them The creators of my reality I realised it was not mine. I searched … Continue reading

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Saalumarada Thimmakka – she planted 384 banyan trees


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