Search Results for: Madhya Pradesh

Improving Bhil children’s reading skills and comprehension: Report on the use of colourful storybooks in a range of Indian languages besides English – Madhya Pradesh

Tulika’s  storybooks were very well received by the students at Kakrana’s Rani Kajal Jeevan Shala (village school). They enjoyed reading them and even understood the stories. They made a considerable impact on both teachers and students and opened the window … Continue reading

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Jabalpur’s “Lac Insect Museum” and a book on lac cultivation as an “eco-friendly option for tribal areas” – Madhya Pradesh & Assam

Annual Report 2018-19 published by the ICAR-Indian Institute of Natural Resins and Gums, Namkum, Ranchi – 834 010 (Jharkhand)ISSN : 0974-2999 ICAR-Indian Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, RanchiIndian Institute of Natural Resins and Gums (IINRG) (formerly Indian Lac Research Institute (ILRI)) … Continue reading

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Tattoos of central India: Traditions and folklore are being modified or declining – Chhattisgarh & Madhya Pradesh

‘Don’t brand me’: The Indian women saying no to forced tattoos In India, and across the world, getting a tattoo is nowadays seen as a sign of independence and rebellion. Many young people get inked to showcase their identity, what … Continue reading

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“Community participation should be appropriately rewarded”: Climate change and biodiversity – Madhya Pradesh

What does climate change mean for forests and biodiversity?An assessment of the impact of climate change on forest ecosystems in Madhya Pradesh indicates that, in the short-term, about 23% of the State’s forested area could be affected; over the longer … Continue reading

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Gond tribal dance revived near Pench National Park – Madhya Pradesh

Villagers at Sawra have decided to revive their traditional dances in an effort to preserve and showcase their rich culture. Satpuda Foundation (a wildlife conservation NGO working in central India) is encouraging this and other community initiatives. It is hoped … Continue reading

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