eBook | The Kunkna: A community with a rich musical heritage and popular for its “Thakrya” dance – Gujarat

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Source: Adivasi Stories from Gujarat © Bhasha Research and Publication Centre Vadodara 2017 | For more details, free download link and a map presenting language regions of Gujarat, click here >> 

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