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Audio | Santali Traditional and Fusion Songs: Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust – West Bengal

Listen to songs from the CD Sedai Katha Sedai Din (‘Bygone days’) Song titles     Setah re beret kateh [04:35]     Sari se nase [04:27]     Hane tis lang [05:12]     Norah re tandi re [04:01] … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Silver Jubilee celebration of ‘Adibasi Baha Parab’ at Ghosaldanga – West Bengal

The three day Silver Jubilee celebration of ‘Adibasi Baha Parab’ at Ghosaldanga ended on 14th March 2014 with great joy and enthusiasm. On the last day of the celebration was at Ghosaldanga village. Hundreds of people from different parts of … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Ghosaldanga flute workshop 2012

A workshop for the Santal flute called Tiryo and Murli was held 16th September 2012 at Ghosaldanga near Santiniketan. Read more >> Photos: courtesy Gokul Hansda © 2012 Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust

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Video | “Rasi Nato” (Big Village): Song 5 from Santali video album “Ale Ato” (Our Village) – West Bengal

5 Rasi Nato (Big Village) [Starting from 16:25, continues/ends in Part 2] ThemeA group of women recall their bygone days:In our big village we girls and boys were together in pairs. But the pairs of our friendships are no more. … Continue reading

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“Everyone wants to learn”: School programmes devised by expert members of the Santal community to facilitate development from within – West Bengal

Boro Baski was the first in his village to receive a formal education and now he is making sure that others do too. | To read the full story with more photos, click here >> […] “Everyone wants to learn … Continue reading

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