From reusing menstrual cloth, to other taboos attached to the menstrual cycle among tribal communities, many women in Kashmir suffer from a lack of healthcare knowledge.
An ode to the body, especially the female body, and how it persists after illness, violence and surgery.
A poem on being caught in the lockdown in India.
My interaction with school girls in Alwar about sanitary pads, menstrual cups and taboos associated with periods in India.
The brand's advertisement shows menstrual blood as red, a man buying pads in a supermarket and a woman taking a menstrual leave.
To mark and celebrate the same, Boondh exhibited The Crimson Wave (TCW) – a non-commercial art initiative.
It's funny how women are automatically called headstrong and adamant when they choose to talk about the elephant in the room and take a stand.
Talking about periods can be awkward, but it doesn't have to be shameful.