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Our patrons and partners help us sustain our research and mission to document people and places. We thank them for their belief and support.


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August 18, 2017

The journey of ‘People Called Shillong’ began in August, 2016 when Nishiggandha Kerure, a young graduate at IIM Shillong brought in the curatorial proposal of the book, thereby introducing us to the city and kick-starting the process of our third book in the series. Th...

July 5, 2017

Pictures often illustrate things that words sometimes fail to describe. No wonder they say that a picture is worth a thousand words. And what better way to further explore a place than through photographs ? Hence, The People Place Project organised a photo contest for...

May 9, 2017

For team PPP, exploring Shillong was a welcome change. Wandering the roads, talking to the people, finding out their stories and history of a city we know nothing about.While looking for stories everywhere around, we ourselves also evolved in terms of say perspective a...

May 4, 2017

We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Penguin Random House, India, one of the largest English language trade publishers in the subcontinent, as our sales and distribution partners.  Aligning with our vision of creating urban and place consciousness, we loo...

May 2, 2017

People Called Ahmedabad addresses its people, places and their stories. The authors either had a protagonist for their story or they themselves were the protagonists writing the story from their perspective, about the experiences they had. After living the moments, pen...

April 25, 2017

Often in our busy schedules, we forget to pause, look around and understand our surroundings. We see them as surroundings that have always been there and will be there except for a few changes, we don't really pause to sit and ponder over how a place around us has evol...