Category Archives: Names and communities

Posts in this Category (“Names and communities”) carry one or several Tags, each referring to a particular “tribal” community of India.

“Archery is the traditional game of Chhattisgarh”: Youngsters who excel – Jharkhand & Chhattisgarh

Tribal village Siwatarai emerges as archery hub | Read the full article here >> Divya Dubey, Times of India, 27 November 2017 RAIPUR: In the midst of forests, a tiny village in Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh has emerged as a hub of … Continue reading

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Women of the Rabari community: Their contribution to international design and typography – Chhattisgarh

A digital typeface based on Godna tattoo art from Chhattisgarh, and designed in collaboration with three tribal women (Ram Keli, Sunita and Sumitra) from the marginalised in partnership with Dutch designers, origanisations and educational institutions | Continue reading: http://indiantribalheritage.org/?p=21844

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India’s most populous state with a small tribal population: Five communities in their original environment surviving the ravages of time – Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state of the country but has a small tribal population. They constitute the weakest section of the society and form distinct ethnic groups which have preserved their own separate culture identities in their original … Continue reading

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Vadu on the Old Woman’s Nose (Dhodia) – A story from Gujarat

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“Cover Your Country” by PARI: Rural people speak about their lives through photos, narratives, film, and audio materials

Jael Silliman, The Telegraph (Calcutta), Saturday , November 12 , 2016 | To read the full article, click here >> Rural India’s diversity is well known. Yet the fact that more than 833 million people live in India’s villages, speak over … Continue reading

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