Month: July 2016

A Missive from India

By Aparajita Sengupta

Response to “The Progressive Urban Consumption Complex” by Danny Mayer

Since last year, our family of three has been living in a village, growing most of our own food on two acres of land using natural farming methods. We have no full-time employees, no external funding from anywhere, and our business plan, if we must call it so, is to lower our spending, sell our excess locally, host volunteers and share the little we know. I guess people see us as the new generation of back-to-landers in India, typically upper-middle class, upper-caste professionals who got fed up with their high-paying corporate jobs, and decided to come back to the land with their savings from said corporate jobs.

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