News from the Communities of the Little sisters in India

Kammanahalli in the gardenKammanahalli in the garden

The Little sisters share about the changing reality of their vast country.  read more »

India, Tradition and Modernity

India Bandhavi projectIndia Bandhavi project

Mariarmel gives an overall view of the the situation in India today as she experiences it and Divya describes her work at Visthar, a Centre for culture and development and particularly about their work with the devadasi girls or Temple prostitutes.  read more »

News from Alampundi, India (2009)

As he says himself in the text that follows, Anand has been in India for almost two decades. He has lived at the fraternity of Alampundi for the whole of this time, and during this period he has shared the life of people affected by suffering. But for a long time one particular environment has attracted him in a special way – the caste of the 'Untouchables' who are now referred to as the Dalit community. Joining them and living with them was impossible for a foreigner. It was mainly because of this that Anand asked for Indian citizenship. After a long and complicated process, he has finally obtained it.  read more »

A tale from Alampundi, India

I am sharing with you something I learned from Krishnan, a friend of ours since the first days of the Alampundi Fraternity.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in India: 'Bethlehem' and 'Nazareth' in daily life.

Bethlehem and Nazareth are more than a spirituality they are a way of life.

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