A newsletter run as a passion project by Devayani Khare, featuring geoscience content from across the world, with a focus on India.


01. Kumaon

This edition talks of the landscape features, vegetation, and folklore of the Kumaon region.

03. Hampi

This edition focuses on the geo-history of Hampi, especially the formation of inselbergs - as well as other places in India and the world, where you can find them.

05. Ladakh

This edition focuses on cartography in India, the art of map-making - tracing examples from ancient times to modern.

07. Island Biogeography

This edition features island biogeography - how volcanic islands help us understand biogeography & how species distribution lends evidence to evolution.

02. Geomythology

This edition features petroglyphs - prehistoric rock carvings, and geomythology - as stories of the civilizations and cultures that came before us.

04. Cartography

This edition focuses on cartography in India, the art of map-making - tracing examples from ancient times to modern.

06. Geoheritage

This edition focuses on India's geoheritage sites and some of the stories they tell of geology, biodiversity & human history.



Suvrat Kher

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A lovely sign up/read if you are interested in geography, geology, and landscapes -- and how they interface with our culture and lives. Thanks

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Pranesh Prakash

[The] Geosophy newsletter is a cornucopia of interesting facts & stories about India, the earth, history, myths, and everything in between. And almost everything in it is stuff I either didn't know or hadn't pondered deeply enough about. So glad I've subscribed.

Mridula Paul

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