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The Bhils, a proud and ancient ethnic group: On the descendants of some of the original inhabitants of India – Madhya Pradesh

The Bhil tribe is a proud and ancient ethnic group inhabiting the Western part of Central India with the highest concentration in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh State. | Read more >> The western region is home to a wide … Continue reading

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“Different tribes are the original inhabitants of this district for millennia”: Govt. of India tourist promotion for India’s most densely forested districts – Maharashtra

Chandrapur District Endowed with rich flora and fauna, water resources and mineral wealth, Chandrapur has been famous from ancient times as the capital of Gond dynasty. Anandavan at Varora is famous the world over due to social worker Baba Amte … Continue reading

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EPub source | Tribal Demography In India: An attempt to understand India’s aboriginals, “the descendants of some of the original settlers and earliest inhabitants” – Archive.org

Tribal Demography In India by Mamoria, C. B Published 1957 Topics SOCIAL SCIENCES, Theories and methods in social sciences, Methods of the social sciences Publisher Kitab Mahal Pages 182 Language English Book contributor Osmania University FOREWORD For some strange reason, all the studies on Indian demography, have hitherto ignored … Continue reading

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Video | Politicians unite on Indigenous recognition vote: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are the first inhabitants – Australia

Julia Gillard says a referendum on constitutional change to recognise Indigenous people is important work for a new generation. Watch the video here >> Source: PM laments ‘unhealed wound’ of Indigenous Australia – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Address : http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-02-13/pm-laments–unhealed-wound-of-indigenous-australia/4516284 … Continue reading

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Researching India’s aboriginal culture from a historical and global perspective: IIAS Leiden – The Netherlands

Sofya A. Maretina (PhD) presented the paper entitled `Andaman Islands: society and nature’. She is well known as an expert on the minority peoples of India and the author of the series of monographs on the Naga and other tribes … Continue reading

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