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‘Stray Dogs in Indian Cities’ – a photo-essay by Gokul Krishnan

Posted on | November 2, 2011 | 19 Comments

‘Stray Dogs in Indian cities’ – a photo-essay by Gokul Krishnan. Gokul is a visual designer, photography being a hobby. He has always been a keen observer of nature, including people & animals. Photography allows him to capture the moment & freeze it in time, each moment narrating a story of its own.

 

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Marina Beach, Chennai 

I'm the archetypal Indian stray dog, this is my story - Marina Beach (Chennai)

I am a nameless Indian stray dog. At the end of that sentence, I still wonder why anybody would be interested in my story or my plight; nevertheless I will go on like I generally do with my life. I scavenge my way around for a meal & look for a quiet corner to rest my scrawny body. It’s a dog’s life.

Sometimes, I wonder regarding the usage of the word dog in so many phrases, a dog’s life, the underdog not to mention the innumerable movies where my existence is used & abused in their titles & dialogues. If you ask me, it particularly sounds even worse when used in the vernacular language.

But Really, How much of a difference does my existence make in an average Indian human’s life? Yes, I admit, I meet some humans who seem more friendly & compassionate than the regular foul mouthed stone pelting Indian, but again that gets me back to another dog saying” Every dog has his day” and I don’t see many of those days.

I am a nameless stray, born in murky gutters to sniveling bitches.

My very existence is testimony to Darwin’s theory of survival. I pushed & shoved my siblings to just grab a mouthful of that satiating warm milk which was just the beginning of a little more than pushing & shoving just to fill my ever hungry, rumbling stomach.
No prizes for guessing where my siblings are; one lay decaying, crushed under the unforgiving wheels of a garbage truck before the same wrinkle faced garbage collector scooped the dead mass & dumped it in the same truck.

The other not so luckier ones found our ways to other streets & corners trying to make a decent life of the one we were cursed with. My siblings are everywhere. We all have different stories, yet the same. We all look different, yet, we are the same; the Indian stray dog.
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Chamundi Hills, Mysore

Chamundi Hills (Mysore)

I am Raju, atleast that’s what the kids who run about rummaging garbage for plastic bottles call me. At this moment, I cannot place my feelings for them. Sometimes, they annoy me by running & screaming about randomly rummaging through my garbage. Yes, I call it mine, my only reliable source of food, at the end of the day. It goes without saying that I am possessive about it.

Sometimes, the same ruffians show me their generosity, when they catch me staring at them morosely as they sink their teeth into the hardened crust of the remnants of a bun. I gladly reciprocate with a tail wag & some wet therapy. They gladly lap it all up. Probably reason why I don’t snap at them when they create such a ruckus waking me out of my sweet afternoon slumber as they walk back from their school.

Some school, I grunt. Don’t humans get to learn some manners in their huge buildings they call schools?  I know they’ll be back soon so I grunt my way back into sleep.

Grr… they are back & what do they have with them. Nothing, some bright plastic bottles they have picked off the street. I sigh & decide it’s time to wake up & try my luck elsewhere.

The last time I tried going into another alley, I was done for. I had moved into another one’s territory and what a roughing I had received. I had limped back to my street and went to sleep hungry & beaten.

The time before that, I was caught by those vans who take us to these weird buildings cramped with other dogs, putting us into nets & then the ordeal took another painfully long day. The end result is what you can see in my ear. As if one cocked ear & one limp ear was not enough, they had to do this as well. Humans are a crazy lot!!! Now what does my ear have to do with anything?

My rumbling stomach shook me out of my reverie & I knew I had no choice. I had to make that move if I had to sleep fitfully.

Maybe today I will not have such an eventful day.

Maybe today I will sleep on a full & happy stomach.

Maybe today I will be a lucky dog. Maybe today will be a good, good day.
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LalBabh, Bangalore

Lalbagh (Bangalore)

My name is Lali. I stay in Lal Bagh, Bangalore, the only place I can call home. I was born not very far away from here, not very long ago.
Of my past, I can only say, I managed to survive. The only lucky one in the entire litter, Lali survived. Lucky Lali.

Am I happy? I should be. I am not.

There’s something wrong with me. What exactly, I will never know. Some of my friends say I am stupid, that I should be happy with what I have. I get to stay in Lal Bagh. On an average day, I get food to eat, I find a cozy corner to snooze the afternoon away, they say it’s a good life.

But Lali wants more. Lali is special. Lali wants a home, they snigger. I ignore the sarcasm.

That is the truth. Lali wants a home. Lali dreams of a home. Lali lusts for a home. Lali could kill for a home.

How I would love a crisp collar around my neck, to lead my owner, to rush into a home, while they closed their doors to the rest of the world. I always wonder how it might be to belong to a home, to have my own place, to have my own food & water bowl. To be cuddled & coddled. I wouldn’t even mind the visits to the vet, not even being chained. I told you, I could kill for a home.

Now how do I know all this? I have a keen sense of observation. My eyes have followed those golden haired dogs, the weird faced ones, the big ones, all those assortment of dogs behind those huge gates, inside warm houses.

Why wouldn’t they take me in I wonder? What is it that they have that seems so obviously missing from me? I wish I could convince that lady sitting there, to take me home. That I would be as faithful, as alert, as friendly as any other dog. I would promise I would be better than them. Just somebody, anybody, take me home, my head screams, but no one listens. Instead a stone lands on me. In my reverie, I seem to have wandered too close to a family.

I scamper away, a little hurt, but more to do with my ego than my limping leg.

Maybe this miserable life will come to an end soon & I would be reborn with a golden coat instead of this black one that I seem to be cursed with.

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Metupatti, Madurai

Mettupatti (Madurai)

I am Lali, the lucky one.

Lali, the survivor.

One afternoon, I was picked by a young woman, who took me home. Yes of course, it didn’t happen just like that. While she came here every day to capture beautiful moments with her lens, I managed to charm her till she could not bear the long faces that I pulled every time she left. She took me home.

Lali, the lucky one.

Lali, despite her black coat.

You will not be surprised; she named me LUCKY.
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Lal Bagh, Bangalore

Lalbagh (Bangalore)

I was named Leo. Born to a Golden retriever mother & a random stray. So what did that make me? Nothing. A mixed breed. A mongrel. I was quickly bundled away from my mother’s home, as I wouldn’t fetch any money. People are obsessed with pure breeds & we cannot keep them all, I heard them lament.

Even after all these years, I remember very clearly, the first night away from the warmth of my mother, away from my siblings. I was placed in a basket & whisked away into a new home with new smells & new people. I whined & whimpered. All I needed was that familiar fuzzy coat of my mum as I nuzzled into her. I had no idea how to cope.

But cope I did. The little boy in the house took me in & from that first night I stayed with him. Eventually, all memories of my mother’s fuzziness became hazy & I learnt to live in my new home & grew up to be a happy dog. I waited for Raunak to come back from school every day & the minute I saw his head bob around near the corner, I would launch myself at him slobbering all over him. How he loved me, and how I loved him. Life seemed perfect.

But all little boys grow up.

All little boys pack their bags & leave. Raunak hugged me that last night I saw him while I questioned him silently with my eyes. The next morning he left.

I waited for him every day, hoping I would see the same head bob around the corner, but it never happened. I heard his mother call out his name over the phone often, but I wanted him home.

I finally settled into a routine with the servant who sullenly took me for a walk & sullenly fed me.

One day he took me for a walk, longer & on a route that was not the usual.

He left me & walked away. I tried following him, confused when he shooed me away with a stone. What was wrong with this man?

I do not want to talk about the next two days. It is too painful for me to recount what I went through.

Finally, I settled once more into a routine, a routine which was largely waiting for Raunak to come back & reclaim me. I went to sleep hungry for a few days, because I simply had no idea how to find my own food. I had to ward off nosy dogs on the street which sometimes ended in a cut here & a bite there. But in the end, I pretty much settled down.

Lalbagh (Bangalore)

The only thing that I craved for was a friendly touch, a gentle pat, a scratch behind the ear. How I missed that! When I saw those other buggers on the street ambling away, I would feel that they are so much better off than me. They didn’t even know what they were missing out on. My mother’s breed did not ensure a lifelong home for me. Instead it made my misery worse. It showed me what love feels like, how warm a home can get & then it was cruelly snatched away. My fate was sealed with abandonment; I was flicked away like a fly.

I am an abandoned stray dog and all I want to do, is to go back home.

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Besant Nagar, Chennai

Besant Nagar (Chennai)

The burning refuses to go away. I don’t know when I picked it up. It all began with a lot of itching. It just got to me. After sometime, I gave up & started running, hoping I could just sprint away from whatever it was that was gnawing at my body. Hoping the unbearable itch would just not be able to catch up, the faster I ran, the worse it became. I finally gave up running & got back to biting at them myself.

The flies buzz at my wounds, and I snap. Can’t I just be left alone? I look at that miserable creature one last time before I flick it away with my mouth & spit it back on the sand. I rolled once again on the rough gravelly sand, to get a moment’s respite from the itching.
I looked around my surroundings, bored & hungry. I was at a mela that was being wrapped up. Children were being bundled away by their parents as the sun was setting. Some children were hanging around popping peanuts into their mouths. The workers seemed to be in anticipation of a new place, where they could re setup their mela again. Today, they were just happy to go home, done with the day.
I wish I could be done with today as well, done with this annoying disease, done with the itching. I wish I could wake up tomorrow free from all the pain, & just get on with my life, reset it, just like those mela workers.

I woke up the next morning as itchy as ever.
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Marina Beach, Chennai

Marina Beach (Chennai)

The searing heat, the unquenchable thirst, the quest for crumbs, the pursuit of a shady corner….

Marina Beach (Chennai)

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Mekedatu, Karnataka

Makaydatu (Karnataka)

The search for a cool dip, a friendly pat, yearning for approval & acceptance, a wee bit of kindness.

Makaydatu (Karnataka)

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Mettupatti, Madurai

Mettupatti (Madurai)

Escape being pelted with stones, escape being beaten with sticks, escape noisy fireworks, escape the fatal wheels of a speeding car,
Wondering what could be more pragmatic, escaping from death or life itself.

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Nandi Hills, Karnataka

Nandi Hills (Bangalore)

 

 

 

So here I come again, my friends, to tell you my plight & my fellow Indian stray dogs.

I'm the archetypal Indian stray dog, this is my story

We all are bound by that one single thread, weighed down by circumstances, weighed down by our looks & our origins.

While patriotism is in its frenzied state, during red letter days & rallies & protests, we have no takers.

While dog shows are organized for our counterparts with their fancy ears & faces, we are considered a menace.

What humans fail to understand is that the same fancy dogs that are abandoned on the street, add to our numbers. Their genetic make up gets ensconced into ours, while we merge with them; yet, we retain our identity, & take pride in the fact that no two Indian dogs would ever look the same.

We outlive our blue blooded counterparts, with all their high class breeding & champion blood lines, in spite of the conditions that we live in. Yet, we have no takers.

We love our human friends, just the same & would gladly sleep in any corner they feel fit to dispatch us to. We are happy little mutts with waggy tails, no different, yet, are perceived so differently.

We are the same, but just as different.

If only the hypocrisy & craze for everything from foreign shores would peter out some day, we would get our rightful place under the sun, beside the hearth & under a roof.

If only we had a voice.

If only we knew the language.

If only we would be acknowledged for what we really are, The Indian dog, without the tag of the word stray.

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Comments

19 Responses to “‘Stray Dogs in Indian Cities’ – a photo-essay by Gokul Krishnan”

  1. Kelly
    November 2nd, 2011 @ 3:57 pm

    so true, so wonderful !!! Hope a lot of people get it to read and maybe change their minds….

  2. Raja Povaiah
    November 4th, 2011 @ 11:39 am

    I look forward to the time when the creatures have their day.

  3. Dhaval karia
    November 5th, 2011 @ 11:25 am

    A very touching and truthful article.

  4. Anish Menon
    November 25th, 2011 @ 7:12 pm

    Really awesome work, as the saying goes the ‘pictures did say a thousand words’, good work gokul. Very touching words!!

  5. rashmi loomba
    December 1st, 2011 @ 10:50 pm

    a very touching article ,wish everyone would adopt one ,and make life beautiful and wonderful place to live in.

  6. rashmi loomba
    December 1st, 2011 @ 10:53 pm

    awesome work
    wish every dog were taken care of

  7. Divya Murali
    May 20th, 2012 @ 12:09 pm

    This is an awesome article!
    awesome work! i wish every human beings in this world care for dogs.

  8. Ishna Nerurkar
    May 23rd, 2012 @ 4:36 pm

    Beautiful article…I have done my bit by adopting two angels…I hope the rest of the angels like Raju, Lali and Leo get loving parents.

  9. nisha king
    July 9th, 2012 @ 10:41 am

    very touching article,really sad at seeing the pahetic condition of dogs in kerala moved here 2 years back. men behave like savages here and the poor pathetic dogs are scared even to come near me when i go to feed them

  10. Ashish Sarkar
    July 28th, 2012 @ 12:03 am

    Wonderful…just wonderful chapter, may the article will change the mind of many…many people…with compassion, care & love to the creation of The Almighty.

  11. Shruti
    August 13th, 2012 @ 10:54 am

    Hi!

    I have featured some of your photos on my blog http://streettails.tumblr.com/!

    Wonderful piece :)

  12. Umika
    November 24th, 2012 @ 9:57 pm

    Amazing stuff. Really true and heart touching. The pictures and the words bring such beauty to the whole piece.
    Usually i have a lot of words to put my feelings into but right now I’ve just run out of words and expressions to explain what i am feeling right now. It’s not often that such pictures and words move you from inside.
    Kudos to you and your work! Keep it up!

  13. surinder singh
    December 2nd, 2012 @ 5:05 pm

    IT IS EASY TO NARRATE INTERESTING STORIES ABOUT STRAY DOGS.DONOT RUN AWAY FROM THE TRUTH LOOOK AT THE LIVES OF MILLIONS OF INDIAN CITIZENS WHO ARE KILLED EVERY YEAR DUE TO THE STRAY DOG BITES DUE TO RABIES.ARE THE LIVES OF STRAY DOGS COSTLIER THAN THE LIFE OF AN INDIAN CITIZEN WHO DIES AFTER STRAY DOG BITE.INDIAN CITIZEN IS ALREADY FACING NUMBER OF PROBLEMS LIKE TERRORISM STREET CRIMES LIKE SNATHCHING AND MANY OTHER CRIMES.OUR GOVT AGENCIES LIKE MUNICIPALITIES OR NGOS SHOULD HONESTLY COME FORWARD AND PROTECT THE INDIAN CITIZENS FROM STRAY DOG MENACE.LEARN SOMETHING FROM THE COUNTRIES LIKE USA OR EUROPE WHERE THERE IS NOT A SINGLE STRAY DOG

  14. vikram
    December 6th, 2012 @ 7:24 pm

    when people do some good, we should learn to appreciate that. when we ourselves are not doing any good, we have no right to talk about why people are not doing good over there or over here.
    secondly, some people feel strongly towards human problems, some feel more strongly towards animal problems… its purely a matter of choice. thanks vosd, for doing you’re bit of good to these poor animals.
    every life deserves love and respect, care and affection, not just the super selfish human being…

  15. Shriram Deshpande
    December 27th, 2012 @ 12:22 pm

    Really Nice written and very detailed photography, and Mr. Gokul Krishnan I posted this on my facebook, thanks and regards

  16. Sadhish M
    March 21st, 2013 @ 4:07 pm

    I loved the way every narration goes and I am astonished by the known truth which many of us fail to accept.

    This is great work done and which will create a significant impact.

    Keep up the good work.

  17. Deah Harish
    May 7th, 2013 @ 9:23 pm

    Very beautifuly written. Touching and appalling at the same time is the plight of these babies

  18. N. Jayaram
    May 10th, 2013 @ 3:26 pm

    I like the last two brief sentences: ” only we would be acknowledged for what we really are, The Indian dog, without the tag of the word stray.”

    Indeed, I argue that we need to use a different label. Independent or community dogs might be the more respectable way of naming and regarding them: http://www.countercurrents.org/jayaram201212.htm

  19. sanjukta
    May 13th, 2014 @ 1:43 am

    I am speechless with tears in ma eyes very beautifully portrait ed the life of dogs wonderful should reach out to more people god bless the poor animals n also the writer who became their voice

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  • Nandini Pai


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Neha Chikara


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Santosh Chelliah


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Sankriti A Murthy


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Dheeraj Pinto


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Aruna Padmanabhan


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Urvashi Subbaiah


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Nevlyn DSousa


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • sanket sinha


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Kaveri Uthaiah


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Nitin Mahajan


    Rs. 1000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Swati Raje


    Rs. 6000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 1000 Committed
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    Rs. 5000 Committed
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    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Theo The Dog


    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 500 Committed
  • soma ray chatterjee


    Rs. 500 Committed
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    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Shashi Bandi


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Manju Khuran


    Rs. 20000 Committed
  • Seema Padman


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Yesheswini Vernekar


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Shradha Jairaj


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Jagrathi Shukla


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Pinky  Chowdhury Sujith


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Jatinder Singh


    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vijay Tejas


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Inderjeet Walia Verma


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Jose  Joseph


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Rupal Der Barad


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Shrikant Ramdas Koramangala Bangalore


    Rs. 15000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Pranav R


    Rs. 1000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Abhinav Gopi


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Saurabh Singh


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Vishakha Ganjoo


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Veena Kumar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Preeti Chellam


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Pria Randolph


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Shweta Singh


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Tejas Vishwanath


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Kalindi Chhabra


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Chandra Shekar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Mansi Singh


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Adira Thekkuveettil


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Sudeeptha Jothiprakash


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Wayne Michael Dodsworth


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Amrita Gajanan


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Soumya James


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Dippankar S Halder


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Darshan Purushottham


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Nandini Vishwas


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Rakhi Rajpal


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Suvarghya Dutta


    Rs. 1100 Committed
  • Sappa Satyanarayan Swamy


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Thrishala Jain


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Anitha Sampath


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sandeep Singhal


    Rs. 100000 Committed
  • Neha Rawrat


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Siddharth K


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vaishali Nanda


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Shekhar Tewatia


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Roshan Joseph


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Prakruthi s


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Archana Das


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • c nitya


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Namrata Nandan


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Suzi  Surface


    Rs. 15000 Committed
  • kamakshi raghavan


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Moksha Carambiah


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Venu Krishnamurthy


    Rs. 15000 Committed
  • Rashmi Mahadevaiah


    Rs. 30000 Committed
  • Ravi I


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Mrinal Kamboj


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Abhinandan Roy


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Somi Palaparmbath


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Samik Roy Chaudhury


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Anjana Navanith


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Sreetama Ghosh


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Karan Uthaiah


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Dev KM


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Chaandnna  Dayse


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Phurbu Lhamo


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Prasan Raj


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Deepa Shri


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Anonymous Anonymous


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Hamid Ahmed


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Sunanda Williams


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Deepashri Rao


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Banty  Poddar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Manisha Gangadharan


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Sanidhi V J


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Faezal Yunus


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Deepika Narayan


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Rashmi R


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Madhu SK


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Ketaki I


    Rs. 400 Committed
  • Chandrasekhar Patamata


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Mili Gandhi


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Swati v


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • RAJESH  ABRAHAM


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Anonymous none


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Anitha Rai


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Raghavendra  Rao


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Aparna Sunil


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • srujana srivatsav


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Lisa Dey


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • sentimongla K


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • nehesh poll


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Estelle Vorster


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Ravi Kumar


    Rs. 700 Committed
  • Ravi Dhama


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Jane Gopalakrishnan


    Rs. 8000 Committed
  • Pankaj Jayaswal


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Raghu Raju


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Pavitra C


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vinaya Pradhan


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Brajesh Giri


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Anjali  Sharma


    Rs. 50300 Committed
  • Aarohi Phadke


    Rs. 10500 Committed
  • Shubhashree  Pai


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Nupur Pathak


    Rs. 8000 Committed
  • priya venugopal


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Avinash  Jha


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Kangan Shekhar


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • sheeba balan


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Preeti Manvi


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Joyline R


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vivek Vyas


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Anusuya Phukan


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Sudip Datta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Navin Nair


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Prasanna Srivatsav


    Rs. 10400 Committed
  • Kavya Reddy


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • sreetama  Ghosh Nandi


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Anoop anandan


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • dev km


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Lisa Dey


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Wayne Dodsworth


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Luis Fernandes


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Manashree Chakraborty


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Vaishali Pai


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Sangeetha Shirali


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Pratik Behera


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Pratik Behera


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Manisha Hegde


    Rs. 800 Committed
  • Prajna Dutt


    Rs. 200 Committed
  • Susan Peters


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • suchitra shenoy


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Shauna Spratt


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Srikant P


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Ramakrishnan K


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Melissa Machado


    Rs. 2500 Committed
  • Madhushree Dutta Bangalore


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • sasa sasas


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Aditi GUpta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • S Shivaranjani Patnaik


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Smitha Suri


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Sanjib Chakraborty


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Neha Rawat


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Ponnusamy Sennimalai Gounder


    Rs. 300 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Jerry George


    Rs. 500 Committed
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    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Vishakha Ganjoo


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Gauri Dineshan


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Yamini Khanna


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Rakhi Rajpal


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Hemanth Kumar


    Rs. 600 Committed
  • Shanthi Muralee


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sonya Balasubramanyam


    Rs. 10000 Received
  • Monika Ashwin


    Rs. 3000 Received
  • Roshan Joseph


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Bharanidharan K


    Rs. 1000 Received
  • Abhisek Sanyal


    Rs. 4000 Received
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Aasheina Ladhani


    Rs. 4000 Received
  • sonia Kumaresan


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • L  Fernandes


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Swarnalatha  K


    Rs. 2000 Received
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    Rs. 2000 Committed
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    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sonika Krishna G


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Rupanjali Dhua


    Rs. 4000 Received
  • Vidya Gomes


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Asha Shenoy


    Rs. 1000 Received
  • Roopa Vijayabalan


    Rs. 6000 Received
  • Armaan Reet


    Rs. 1000 Received
  • Hari Balan


    Rs. 1000 Received
  • Geeta John


    Rs. 4000 Received
  • Soundarya VJ


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Bharath  Thangarajan


    Rs. 6000 Received
  • Manasa Rao


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Katherine Lamberton


    Rs. 4000 Received
  • Michelle Stewart


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Anasuya Biswas


    Rs. 1000 Received
  • kathyayani Shenoy


    Rs. 3000 Received
  • Anjali  Sharma


    Rs. 15000 Received
  • Nupur Pathak


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Shubhashree  Pai


    Rs. 2000 Received
  • Alicia  Dsouza


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Nandini Ramanujam


    Rs. 2000 Received