Purva Prakash, the publication wing of Bhasha Research and Publication Centre documents and publishes books, children’s magazine, glossaries and small magazines on adivasi literature and culture. A not-for-profit publishing house, Purva Prakash is dedicated to providing voice and space to adivasi expression.
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