Search Results for: Harappa

Map | A virtual journey across time and space: from Gondi-Harappan to present & future

The posts included in the map include information on the Gondi-Harappan link (Indus Valley civilisation, 2500 B.C.–1750 BC) and evidence of other ancient indigenous cultures, just as modern adaptations of time proven practices in fields as relevant as biodiversity, health and nutrition. Long preserved … Continue reading

Comments Off on Map | A virtual journey across time and space: from Gondi-Harappan to present & future

Evidence suggesting a Gondi-Harappan link (Indus Valley civilisation, 2500 B.C.–1750 BC): Pictographs deciphered with the help of a proto Dravidian tribal language – Karnataka

S. Harpal Singh, The Hindu, Telangana, December 16, 2014  | To enlarge the image and read the full article, click here >> “On the goddess Kotamma temple woollen market way there is a rocky roof shelter for shepherds and sheep to … Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, Bastar, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, History, Homes and utensils, Languages and linguistic heritage, Names and communities, Organizations, Photos and slideshows, Press snippets, Southern region – Southern Zonal Council, Tourism, Worship and rituals | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Evidence suggesting a Gondi-Harappan link (Indus Valley civilisation, 2500 B.C.–1750 BC): Pictographs deciphered with the help of a proto Dravidian tribal language – Karnataka

In search of a development that preserves the best parts of Adivasi culture and collectivity: Imagining an alternative “Discovery Of India”

Call us adivasis, please If Adivasis were to start writing their own Discovery Of India, it would be something like this: There are those who talk of India’s “5000 year-old culture,” there are those who talk of its “timeless traditions.” … Continue reading

Posted in Adivasi / Adibasi, Adverse inclusion, Anthropology, Colonial policies, Commentary, Customs, Democracy, Eastern region – Eastern Zonal Council, Ecology and environment, Ekalavya (Eklavya, Eklabya), EMR & Factory schools, History, Misconceptions, Modernity, Names and communities, Nature and wildlife, Northern region – Northern Zonal Council, Press snippets, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Storytelling, Success story, Western region –  Western Zonal Council | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on In search of a development that preserves the best parts of Adivasi culture and collectivity: Imagining an alternative “Discovery Of India”

India’s living megalithic culture and rock art – Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu & Telangana

Massive stone structures dotted across the subcontinent provide a fascinating glimpse into India’s prehistoric past […] Megaliths are spread across the Indian subcontinent, though the bulk of them are found in peninsular India, concentrated in the states of Maharashtra (mainly … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, Archaeology, Central region – Central Zonal Council, Crafts and visual arts, Customs, History, Languages and linguistic heritage, Names and communities, Seven Sister States & Sikkim – North Eastern Council, Southern region – Southern Zonal Council, Western Ghats - tribal heritage & ecology | Tagged , | Comments Off on India’s living megalithic culture and rock art – Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu & Telangana

The Gond community: Discoveries in Indian history – Indus Valley, Chhattisgarh, Telangana & Karnataka

Gonds living in central and southern India could have migrated from the Indus Valley civilisation – KarnatakaPossibly “a revolutionary find” that links the adivasi Gond tribe to the Indus Valley civilisation, which flourished between 2500 B.C. and 1750 BC. Eleven … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, Archaeology, Bastar, Central region – Central Zonal Council, History, Languages and linguistic heritage, Literature and bibliographies, Misconceptions, Names and communities, Organizations, Press snippets, Regions of India, Southern region – Southern Zonal Council, Tips, Western region –  Western Zonal Council | Tagged | Comments Off on The Gond community: Discoveries in Indian history – Indus Valley, Chhattisgarh, Telangana & Karnataka