India is the world’s largest democracy and yet freedom of expression is an unfulfilled dream for many minorities. Single women, domestic workers and LGBTQ individuals are marginalised and vulnerable to abuse. While the number of those living in poverty is declining, over 350 million Indians are still living below the poverty line. Our Philanthropic Journeys in India focus on human rights and introduce our guests to the remarkable people striving for real and legislative change. In each region, we counterpoint these encounters with India’s heritage to give a balanced overview of its cultural legacy.