Search Results for: Gujarat video

Video | Setu “bridge” on Adivasi poet and publisher Jeetendra Vasava belonging to the Narmada region – Gujarat

The clip is called Setu, meaning bridge and features Jeetendra Vasava, a young writer belonging to the Narmada region in south Gujarat. Jeetendra speaks Dehwali, a tribal language spoken in regions of south Gujarat and northern Maharashtra. Jeetendra is a faculty … Continue reading

Posted in Adivasi / Adibasi, Childhood and children, Languages and linguistic heritage, Literature - fiction, Literature and bibliographies, Modernity, Narmada, Organizations, Poetry, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Storytelling, Video contents | Comments Off on Video | Setu “bridge” on Adivasi poet and publisher Jeetendra Vasava belonging to the Narmada region – Gujarat

Video | Votive Terracotta of Molela: Cultural heritage sustained by tribal communities – Rajasthan & Gujarat

Votive terracotta painted plaques produced by the terracotta artisans of Molela is a hand modelled hollow relief of Hindu deities, especially of the neo-Vaishnava deity, Dev Narayan. Dev Narayan is accompanied by his characteristic snake symbol in the plaque. Made … Continue reading

Posted in Assimilation, Crafts and visual arts, Customs, Government of India, Quotes, Video resources - external, Western region –  Western Zonal Council, Worship and rituals | Comments Off on Video | Votive Terracotta of Molela: Cultural heritage sustained by tribal communities – Rajasthan & Gujarat

Video | Rathwa ni Gher: Tribal dance as “creative expression of cultural identity and understanding of the nature” – Gujarat

The Rathwas, who dwell in Rath-Vistar, the hilly area of the southeastern part of Gujarat state, perform the Rathwa ni Gher dance on the occasion of Holi (festival of colours) also known as Kavant festival, named after the place where … Continue reading

Posted in Government of India, Music and dance, Names and communities, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Seasons and festivals, Tribal identity, Video resources - external, Western region –  Western Zonal Council | Tagged | Comments Off on Video | Rathwa ni Gher: Tribal dance as “creative expression of cultural identity and understanding of the nature” – Gujarat

Video | “The Siddis: A Forgotten People”: UN in Action – Gujarat

United Nations – Gujarat in western India is home to more than 20,000 Siddis [Sidhi], an ethnic group of African descent. But today, many live on the fringes of society in poverty. One young man is fighting to protect their unique … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, Customs, Eco tourism, Economy and development, Figures, census and other statistics, Government of India, History, Modernity, Names and communities, Nature and wildlife, Organizations, Performing arts, Quotes, Revival of traditions, Storytelling, Tiger, Tribal identity, Western region –  Western Zonal Council | Tagged | Comments Off on Video | “The Siddis: A Forgotten People”: UN in Action – Gujarat

Video | “The Vibrant Bhils”: Tradition and change in one of India’s most ancient tribal communities – Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan & Maharashtra

A film directed by Raj Bendre and sponsored by the Madhya Pradesh State Planning Commission | Published on Feb 14, 2014 The Bhils mainly inhabit the western region of Madhya Pradesh besides the adjoining states Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. They are perhaps the … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, Assimilation, Central region – Central Zonal Council, Childhood and children, Community facilities, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, Customs, Dress and ornaments, Economy and development, Education and literacy, Ekalavya (Eklavya, Eklabya), EMR & Factory schools, Games and leisure time, Government of India, Health and nutrition, History, Homes and utensils, Modernity, Music and dance, Names and communities, Quotes, Seasons and festivals, Social conventions, Storytelling, Tribal culture worldwide, Tribal elders, Tribal identity, Video resources - external, Western region –  Western Zonal Council, Women, Worship and rituals | Tagged | Comments Off on Video | “The Vibrant Bhils”: Tradition and change in one of India’s most ancient tribal communities – Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan & Maharashtra