Waai Is One Of The Rarest Music Genres Of India. And Now You Get To Listen To This Last Waai Artist.

The Waai style of music is possibly the rarest of the rare music genres of India. Meetha Khan is the last Waai artist. He and Jan Mohammad Jat are descendants of the Jat Muslims from Baluchistan who traversed the rugged terrain and colossal distances through Sindh and brought this invaluable genre to Kutch in Gujarat. And this is perhaps your only chance to listen to this form of music. Yes, it's THAT rare!

Watch: Mohan Rao Uncovers Hampi’s 1000 Year-Old Water Management System

Mohan Rao is a landscape architect at IndeDesign. He wanted to explore how to design cities with sustainable water management. On this quest, in Hampi, India, Rao uncovered a reservoir system dating to the Hindu empire of ancient Vijayanagra, circa 1000AD, that had sustained a population of half million (five lakhs) people for hundreds of years with very little rainfall. With the help of the Architectural Survey of India, Rao’s work in Hampi has provided much needed models for water supply management in the development of cities and urban complexes around the globe.

She was 14 years old when she invented this machine. It won her a National Award. Watch.

Meet Remya Jose. She is the inventor of the washing-cum-exercise machine that won her a National Award. During her 10th standard, her mother fell ill and father was undergoing medical treatment. Remya had to change three buses while going to and coming from school and spend about two hours each way. As there was no washing machine at home, the chore of doing the laundry fell to her and her twin sister. So instead of just wishing futilely for a washing machine, she decided to try her hand at making one during the vacations!