One day it will all make sense
Sahana Singh is a writer /editor who specializes in environmental issues, current affairs and Indian history. Ms Singh holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and master’s in environmental engineering from Delhi College of Engineering in India.
She worked for a while as an engineer in the Environment Department of HPCL Refinery in Mumbai. After winning two national essay contests, she made a career shift to writing. In 2003, she was one of the winners of the Water Media Network Journalists Competition conducted by the World Bank, and was awarded during the 3rd World Water Forum at Kyoto. In November 2008, she won the Developing Asia Journalism Awards (Infrastructure Category) in Tokyo, in which journalists from Asian countries competed. Her short film “The Forgotten Cycle” won the first prize at the Delft University of Technology’s Urban Water Movie Contest in 2012. Watch the film at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O15K-R2InOI
Ms Singh’s book “The Educational Heritage of Ancient India – How an Ecosystem of Learning was Laid to Waste” will soon be available in print. Watch this space.