Category Archives: Resources

Sugdi and Darjido (Dehwali) – A story from Gujarat

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“To be taught in a language other than one’s own has a negative effect on learning”: Teaching experiences with English medium in Adivasi education – Viswa Bharati Vidyodaya & UNESCO

It is a complex issue. Something we have been grappling with over the years. Ideally linguistic diversity must be protected at all costs. But pragmatically, in our increasing globalised world restricting people to their own language when only a few … Continue reading

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“Indigenous Wisdom”: Webinar 9 August 2020 on the occasion of Indigenous Day 2020 – West Bengal

Information and the link about the on-line discussion scheduled on 9th August 2020.  To celebrate World Indigenous Day, Kolkata Centre for Creativity in association with Museum of Santal Culture, Bishnubati will initiate pertinent dialogues on India’s indigenous tribal communities. It is … Continue reading

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How “The path of music and poetry” showed the path of teaching and leading technology education: “In our tradition, a promise given to a teacher must be fulfilled”

The IIT Adivasi’ who became a frontbencher At 4.30pm on July 7, as the shadows lengthened on the freedom memorial, Hijli jail, in Kharagpur, Yama took away a campus favourite. Living alone and quietly in a small apartment outside the … Continue reading

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Learn more about tribal cultural heritage in regions rich in archaeologic discoveries: Rock art, Mohenjo Daro & Narmada and Indus Valley civilizations

Posted in Anthropology, Archaeology, Central region, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, Government of India, History, Literature and bibliographies, Museum collections - India, Narmada, Northern region, Organizations, Tips, Tribal identity, Western region, Worship and rituals | Comments Off on Learn more about tribal cultural heritage in regions rich in archaeologic discoveries: Rock art, Mohenjo Daro & Narmada and Indus Valley civilizations