Category Archives: Revival of traditions

Adivasi communities with whom Bhasha has been actively involved, have voiced themselves through various spaces and mediums as arts, theatre, publishing, journalism and cultural activism. – Bhasha Research Archival Website

Tip | Explore India’s leading periodicals, online journals and portals: Up-to-date information on tribal culture, ecology, education and other success stories

Search tips In the above search window, enter several combinations of search words, regions of India and names while including “tribal” or “tribe” in order to get a good impression of indigenous customs, education, crafts, endangered languages, or rights laid down … Continue reading

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Alternative ways of living: “Buen vivir”, the lived knowledge of ancestral indigenous nations – Andes and the Amazon basin

Mateo Martínez Abarca (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal) | Read the full paper here >> We are currently facing a crisis that threatens not only the survival of our civilisation and humans as a species, but that of life on our … Continue reading

Posted in Adverse inclusion, Anthropology, Commentary, Community facilities, Customs, Democracy, Ecology and environment, Economy and development, Globalization, Modernity, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Rights of Indigenous Peoples | Comments Off on Alternative ways of living: “Buen vivir”, the lived knowledge of ancestral indigenous nations – Andes and the Amazon basin

Slideshow | Kokum Harvest in the Honnavar region – Karnataka

We are inviting you to join us for the complete journey of Kokum from Tree to Jar from May 4-8th 2019. We’ll gather at the Angadibail forest house to experience harvesting, drying, preservation, and kokum inspired recipes. We’ll even try our hand making kokum butter using traditional methods. We’ll also fill the weekend with … Continue reading

Posted in Community facilities, Customs, Eco tourism, Economy and development, Health and nutrition, Maps, Names and communities, Organizations, Photos and slideshows, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Seasons and festivals, Southern region, Success story, Trees, Western Ghats - tribal heritage & ecology, Women | Tagged | Comments Off on Slideshow | Kokum Harvest in the Honnavar region – Karnataka

Lending a voice to the nation’s indigenous population: Adivaani, a trust that publishes books written by Adivasis – Jharkhand and West Bengal

Garima Mishra, Indian Express New Delhi, Sat Apr 27 2013 | Read the full article >>“Why don’t we have an Adivasi voice?”, “Why don’t we have a ‘for and by’ Adivasi publishing house?”, “Where is the authentic Adivasi narrative?” These questions had … Continue reading

Posted in Adivasi, Childhood and children, Community facilities, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, Customs, Eastern region, History, Languages and linguistic heritage, Media portrayal, Modernity, Multi-lingual education, Names and communities, Press snippets, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Storytelling, Success story, Tribal culture worldwide, Video resources - external, Women, Worship and rituals | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Lending a voice to the nation’s indigenous population: Adivaani, a trust that publishes books written by Adivasis – Jharkhand and West Bengal

Comics “a natural step then for me to be able to better portray myself”: Creating an awareness that Indigenous people should be involved – Anishinaabe people (USA)

Elizabeth LaPensée didn’t see Indigenous people portrayed accurately in comics, so she wrote her own When she was a little girl playing video games and reading comics, Elizabeth LaPensée didn’t see herself reflected. So, she resolved to change that. LaPensée, who is Anishinaabe and … Continue reading

Posted in Childhood and children, Customs, Democracy, Languages and linguistic heritage, Literature - fiction, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Success story, Tribal culture worldwide, Women | Comments Off on Comics “a natural step then for me to be able to better portray myself”: Creating an awareness that Indigenous people should be involved – Anishinaabe people (USA)