The maker in India: some culture specific characteristics

The paper explores the imperatives of being a maker in India, going beyond the popular image of jugaad as ‘fixing’ to one of widespread maker activity that flies under the radar.

It also puts forth an argument for being a maker, in both mechanical and digital spaces, with a clear focus on Indian cultures. Arguably, the ‘different-ness’ of genuinely Indian outlook will find a ready audience elsewhere in the world.

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