Tip | Find new and old publications on Indian tribal culture on worldcat.org

Several indigenous authors—Easterine Kire, Jacinta Kerketta, Dolly Kikon, Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, Temsüla Ao, Joy Pachuau, Senganglu Thaimei, Gladson Dungdung, Veio Pou, Kham Khan Suan Hausing, Ngamjahao Kipgen, Hoineilhing Sitlhou and …

The rich diversity of a tribal heritage in a resurgent India: Coping with economical development, modernity and globalisation – Kerala

Jiby Kattakayam, The Hindu, Kozhikode, December 18, 2009 Unknown to many in the district and the Adivasi communities, the Ethnology Museum at the Kerala Institute for Research, Training and Development …

Video | Adivasi: People on the Edge (Wayanad District) – Kerala

Interviews with members of tribal communities in one of the most developed regions of India: Wayanad District in Kerala. Returning to the forest with abundant resources that shaped the ancestral …

“Objects of astounding beauty, grace, colour and cultural and religious significance”: Contemporary Adivasi art exposition

Source: “Magical idiom” by Vaiju Naravane, The Hindu : Arts / Magazine, 10 April 2010 Address : http://www.thehindu.com/arts/magazine/article391448.eceDate Visited: Sat Nov 26 2011 18:44:30 GMT+0100 (CET) More about the communities …

A treasure preserved for posterity in Bhadrachalam: A mini museum, library serving the cause of Integrated Tribal Development – Telangana

The Regional Centre of Tribal Cultural Research and Training Institute (TCR&TI) has laid renewed focus on preserving and popularising the rich collection of objects and artefacts of tribal communities at …

Learn more about tribal communities in the “Seven Sister States”: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland & Tripura