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Providing ‘voice’ to the indigenous communities of India: Bhasha Research and Publication Centre – Gujarat

Bhasha Sanshodhan Prakashan Kendra Bhasha Research and Publication Centre62 Shreenathdham DuplexBehind Dinesh MillsOpp Shrinagar SocietyVadodara-39007GujaratINDIA Tel.: +91 – (0)265 – 233 19 68 Accreditation request No. 90236: EnglishDecision-making meeting: 4.GA – 2012 Year of creation: 1996 Domain(s): – oral traditions and expressions– performing arts– … Continue reading

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Documentation of tribal music of India by Bhasha and Adivasi Academy, Tejgadh – Gujarat

VADODARA: Now, you will be able to peep into the life of tribals and even hum some of their songs. The Bhasha Research and Publication Centre (BRPC), which has taken up a project for documentation of tribal music of India, … Continue reading

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eBook | Adivasi Stories from Gujarat – Bhasha Research and Publication Centre (Vadodara) – Gujarat

A story book by Kanji Patel (ed.) and by Sonal Baxi (trans.) published by Bhasha Research and Publication Centre, Vadodara © 2017 with the support of Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation, Netherlands Bhasha and its publication unit, Purva Prakash, … Continue reading

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Bhasha Van (“forest of languages”) – the importance of the mother tongue in education

The forest of languages and hopeAntara Dev Sen | Wednesday, March 10, 2010 I have just planted a sapling with nice long leaves. […]. As they all grow up, they will make up the Bhasha Van — the forest of … Continue reading

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Mahasweta Devi: Bhasha’s life time mentor remembered at the Adivasi Academy Tejgadh – Gujarat

An indefatigable crusader for tribal rights, eminent litterateur Mahasweta Devi was keen to be laid to rest at Tejgadh, a tribal village in Gujarat and also the site of the Adivasi Academy, says noted literary critic, linguist and tribal rights … Continue reading

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