I was five when I planted my first tree. It was a peach sapling that my dad had brought home from one of his field trips. He was an agriculturist who often set off on his visits to villages, farms and protected areas.
Sujan Khadgi spends much of his day in a miniature world. A loupe over his right eye and a pair of tweezers clutched between his fingers, today Khadgi is busy trying to fix a mechanical watch he has been working on since the morning.