Oral historian and environmental activist Nandini Oza has created a website based on oral histories she has collected over many years in the Narmada Valley, India. This valley, and the agricultural lands of the many Indigenous people who lived along the upper river, have been flooded for a major hydro-electricity project. The website includes overview material in English and the interviews have English subtitles.

The website can be reached at: https://oralhistorynarmada.in/