Nehru Centenary Tribal Museum Hyderabad: “Celebrating the aboriginals who lived on this very hill” – Andhra Pradesh

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Located right in the heart of city near Banjara hills, celebrating the aboriginals who lived on this very hill is the Nehru Centenary Tribal Museum Hyderabad.

Nehru Centenary Tribal Museum Hyderabad

On the ground floor of Tribal Museum Hyderabad, through Chenchu tribes dioramas. They try to showcase their conical huts, their honey collection technique, their hunting equipment. And techniques as they continue to be hunter-gatherers. […]

In terms of activities of women and cultivation method called Podu where they keep clearing the jungle in small patches for agriculture. The other half of the hall focuses on the developmental activities being done by the government for the tribal communities. […]

Source: On The Tribal Land – Tribal Museum Hyderabad | Inditales
Date Visited: Mon Oct 24 2016 14:46:32 GMT+0200 (CEST)

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