||Space and Culture, India welcomes theoretically informed original research, commentaries and reviews on emerging issues, development, social change and challenges specific to India as a whole/Indian states. The key goal of Space and Culture, India is to ?Share, Learn and Amend?. Therefore, the journal aims to provide a burly dais for debates, discussion on development issues, social change, and challenges specific to India. The editorial board seeks primary research that address the following subject areas- Emerging issues, development, social change and challenges specific to India such as: poverty, unemployment, malnutrition, disease, lack of shelter, environmental degradation, inadequate scientific and technological resources, trade and payments imbalances, international debt, gender discrimination, ethnic discrimination, militarism and civil conflict, corruption and ways to tackle, and lack of popular participation in economic and political life. The journal thus seeks to raise voices on behalf of the weaker and marginalized sections of the society alongside foreground the ground realities in the sphere of social and sustainable development to the policy-makers with an aim to bring about need-based modification. It welcomes research scholars and social scientists from different domains to submit papers that emphasize research on the aforesaid subject areas.