Category Archives: Tribal identity

“While benefiting from affirmative action in some cases, Adivasis or indigenous people in India also feel the claustrophobic confines of their identity which has been imposed on them by others, be it the colonial administrator, the colonial anthropologist, the missionary or the neo-liberal, neo-imperialist forces that rule global economy today.” – Santali poet, scholar and translator Ivy Imogene Hansdak  in “Is tribal identity relevant in today’s world?”, Inaugural Speech, National Conference “Tribes In Transition-II: Reaffirming Indigenous Identity Through Narrative” (2017)
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Native Knowledge 360°: To promote improvement of teaching and learning – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central America & South America

Source: email from Kevin Gover (Pawnee), DirectorNational Museum of the American Indian31 January 2018

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India’s tribal cultural heritage – Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep, which is a land in the deep Arabian Sea and is a part of the Indian Subcontinent, is recognised as the smallest Union Territory of India. The UT has one Lok Sabha constituency which is reserved for Scheduled Tribes … Continue reading

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Mahatma Gandhi interested in promoting the Adivasi culture – Adivasi Sanskriti Sangam in New Delhi

To foster a better understanding of the unique lifestyle of tribal communities, Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti is hosting a three-day cultural event of Adivasi communities at Gandhi Darshan opposite Raj Ghat here beginning this Wednesday. To be attended by … Continue reading

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Video | The festival that gives freedom to women to make choices about their marriage: A tradition for over 250 years – Odisha

Source: Unique Tribal Wedding CustomsAddress : http://www.videovolunteers.org/unique-tribal-wedding-customs/Date Visited: 15 December 2022

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eBook | Download comic books as PDFs: Free resources for rural education and health care – Unicef

Read or download this and more Meena comic books on Archive.org >> Source: UNICEF ROSA – Media centre – Meena Communication InitiativeAddress: https://www.unicef.org/meena/Date Visited: 3 November 2018 The Meena Communication InitiativeWho is Meena? Meena is a cartoon character from South Asia. She … Continue reading

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