“Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one that they sprung up.” Oliver Wendell Holmes
Many men and women have often been lost in India’s contemporary history for taking a stand on social, political, and economic issues around them. So, while there are written documents lost in time, this is a humble effort to celebrate the ideas and voices of some of these unknown Indian Liberals of their time.
Architects of Tomorrow is a collective repository celebrating 25 such Liberals who paved the way for lasting change through their progressive ideologies and advocacy for individual rights, democratic values, and inclusive governance. Their collective pursuit is a testament to the harmonious convergence of ideas transcending social and economic barriers.
This policy brief presents findings from a study on the informality of land leasing practices in Maharashtra, India, and its implications for farmers and landlords.