Tribal Health Care System – Asiatic Society & Ghosaldanga Adibasi Seva Sangha – West Bengal

  • Boro Baski Tribal Health

THE SANTALS AND DISEASE by The Rev. P. O. Bodding (1865-1938)
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“The Museum of Santal Culture is located in Bishnubati, a Santal village situated 10 kilometers away from Tagore’s Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan. The museum is managed by the Bishnubati Adibasi Marshal Sangha, the registered society founded by the villagers. The Santali name of the museum is ‘Santal Arichalidoho-jogao Bakhol’, which means ‘the house for taking care of Santal culture and heritage’. […] The museum helps the children to know the positive aspects of Santal life and to find their cultural identity in the modern world.” – Dr. Boro Baski in Articulate >>

Reports and resources for education and research purposes

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