from the sanskrit root “sev,” meaning to serve, to adore, to honour: seed sewa is an expression of solidarity + collective care beyond borders, supporting Farmers kin's resistance of neoliberal, colonial erasures + exploitation. chardikala.

Banī Playhouse

by Firpal Jawanda

Coloured Illustration printed on Matt A3 paper

About the Artist
Firpal Jawanda is a non-binary Sikh, Punjabi artist based in London. They practice garment making, print & illustration focusing on South Asian chimeric folklore, language and mythology. I have seen and heard over the last few decades how the State has continued to desecrate my families small farm in Punjab, the surrounding village and throughout all of North India. My hope through Seed Sewa is that we can begin contributing substantial funding for resources for ongoing protests.
Instagram: @firpal

297 × 420 millimeters or 11.69 × 16.54 inches.