The Night of Ideas: Culture and Knowledge in the Post-Covid Era

Night of Ideas exhibition held in Mumbai, India, held in a bid to discuss science and art . The event was part of Bonjour India, part of Bonjour India, and was held in Chandigarh .

The recent concluded Night of Ideas exhibition, which took place in Mumbai, provided an opportunity to discuss the latest discoveries in science and art, as part of Bonjour India.The conference covered various topics, including a debate on reshaping our world in a post-Covid world.The discussion included Vandana Shiva, an Indian environmental activist and scholar, Lopold Lambert, a French activist, architect, and poet, Shrayana Bhattacharya Indian economist, Luk Houdek, a Czech historian, and Juan Arnau, a Spanish philosopher and essayist.The discussions also included gender, male gaze, society's reaction to the trans community, aspirations, and sexual harassment, among other topics.The importance of care staff in the pandemic and the need for them to be paid well were also discussed at the Open Hand Monument, a commemorative building built by architect Le Corbusier in Chandigarhs Capitol Complex.

On the other hand, there is a certain optimism that a medieval world, which has been the human dream for centuries, may come to an end.However, amid all this optimism, there is also a lot of uncertainty and much that could impede our quest.Nonetheless, listening to the highly influential panel, I was quickly convinced that a more united and peaceful world was truly within our reach.When applied, the ideas shared during the event can help to create such a world.

It was proposed that the Open Hand of receiving and giving is the way forward in today's fractured, economically isolated world, where everything is fluid and interrelated.