A couple in Kozhikode runs a special home for young girls, where they are loved, educated and taught art
“We are Fcommunal histories, communal books," wrote Michael Ondaatje in The English Patient. “We are not owned or monogamous in our taste or experience." Weera Kulppi, who studies the social sciences in Helsinki, realized that soon after arriving at the Sukritham Girls Home as a volunteer earlier this year—the home is a half-hour drive from Kozhikode, in the foothills of the Western Ghats. Kulppi learnt about Sukritham from a blog written by a former volunteer and decided that she wanted to experience it for herself.