Category Archives: Regions of India

Tips | Celebrating tribal identity: Culture-specific stories – Diversity in children’s books from India

Beyond stereotypes | Read the full story >> […] It took some time for [Nagaland-based artist Canato Jimo] to realise that diversity didn’t necessarily mean something that is steeped in cultural symbolism. “I started out by doing the obvious thing … Continue reading

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Search tips | Information and video contents on tribal communities across India

Find information on any particular tribal community … with the help of video contents found on the “Safe Search” website: e.g. by typing “Adivasi video“(or any other combination of search words) in a particular Category on this website, like “Success … Continue reading

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A splendid way of welcoming the new year among the Khamti community: The Buddhist Sangken festival (April) – Arunachal Pradesh

The Sangken festival is celebrated by Khamtis, they are one of the oldest tribes of Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh. The district is located in the plains of Arunachal Pradesh. The festival is a Buddhist festival celebrated with respect where … Continue reading

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Reviving native ecology as to restore the wealth of the people: Cultural continuity for the twenty-first century – Kerala

Places like Kerala where there were numerous sacred groves and related culture, are ecologically disturbed now due to ill conceived developments chartered out by those who did not have any knowledge or concern about nature/ecology. Modernists could not understand the … Continue reading

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Video | “Bagi kedalang” (We no longer do the same): Song 3 from Santali video album “Ale Ato” (Our Village) – West Bengal

3 Bagi kedalang (We no longer do the same) [Starting from 8:38] Theme Two school-boys sing: We have left our herding days but we cannot leave playing our flute. We have left hunting rats and birds in the jungle but we … Continue reading

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