Gond dance – Madhya Pradesh

Villagers at Sawra have decided to revive their traditional dances in an effort to preserve and showcase their rich culture. Satpuda Foundation (a wildlife conservation NGO working in central India) is encouraging this and other community initiatives. | Learn more >>

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From the inspiring love legends of Mandu to the formidable regality of Gwalior, from the civilisational testimonies of Bhimbetka to the architectural eroticism of Khajuraho, from the spiritual mysticism of Omkareshwar and Chitrakoot to the unblemished biodiversity of the national parks at Kanha and Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh is a microcosm of “Incredible India”. […]
In Gondwana, home to the Gond tribe, Madhya Pradesh accommodates within its vast expanse perhaps the oldest part of the subcontinent.

Source: Incredible legacy
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