Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana campus is currently home to about 400 students affected by natural disasters and other crises.

30 years after a devastating earthquake, this school in India continues a legacy of support for survivors

Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana’s educational rehabilitation school in Pune, India, was founded to support the complex needs of students who have experienced natural disasters and other traumatic crises. The school hopes to be a model for disaster relief around the world.

A gloved hand holds a needle up-close.

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Indian meteorologists trying to develop more precise forecasts of critical monsoon rains

Palliative care patient in Pune, India.

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Typewriters from India

Arts, Culture & Media

We’re looking for a city in India for the Geo Quiz. It’s located in the state of Maharashtra. Mumbai is there, too, and until recently, a company was making manual typewriters at a factory there…