To understand India’s tribal or “Adivasi” culture, explore how it is being portrayed in a modern context. Here you find some suggestions to help you to quickly find video contents for educational purposes.
Use the “Search this website” or “Search” field
- Search by state, region or place (e.g. Kerala, Bastar, Ranchi)
- Combine any of these with a name (e.g. person, educational institution or museum)
- Combine two or more keywords (e.g. “Santal book” or “Warli instrument”)
e.g. Video on this website is readily found by typing “video” and any other word or name a word or name into the Search this website field (e.g. “video kota”).
Browse video contents by “Category”
In a regular internet browser, make a selection under Browse more contents by category by using the drop-down menu or the cloud tag. There you find one audio and two video categories:
Learn more by entering a community name, region or related search words in the safe “Custom search” field seen below
Find up-to-date information provided by, for and about Indian authors, researchers, officials, and educators | More search options >>
Search tips: in the search field seen below, combine the name of any particular state, language or region with that of any tribal (Adivasi) community; add keywords of special interest (health, nutrition endangered language, illegal mining, sacred grove); learn about the rights of Scheduled Tribes such as the Forest Rights Act (FRA); and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, women’s rights, and children’s right to education; specify any other issue or news item you want to learn more about (biodiversity, bonded labour and human trafficking, climate change, ecology, economic development, ethnobotany, ethnomedicine, global warming, Himalayan tribe, hunter-gatherers in a particular region or state, prevention of rural poverty, water access).
For a list of websites included in a single search, click here. To search Indian periodicals, magazines, web portals and other sources safely, click here. To find publishing details for Shodhganga’s PhD search results, click here >>
The website of the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India (TRIFED) covers a range of topics including fashion and food items from all over India: “promoting tribal art & craft, hand looms and set-up tribal community owned Minor Forest Produce (MFP)-centric multi-purpose Van Dhan Vikas Kendras for the benefit of tribal artisans and Minor Forest Produce gatherers”. | View the TRIFED video gallery: https://trifed.tribal.gov.in/resource-media/videos-gallery
Use a map to access video contents from a particular region