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Publications on adivasi literature and languages by Purva Prakash publications Vadodara – Gujarat

Purva Prakash, the publication wing of Bhasha Research and Publication Centre documents and publishes books, children’s magazine, glossaries and small magazines on adivasi literature and culture. A not-for-profit publishing house, Purva Prakash is dedicated to providing voice and space to adivasi expression. www.bhasharesearch.org Related … Continue reading

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

Tips Click the full screen button for convenient reading and searching For specific objects , type words like “Dehwali”, “music”, “dance”, “buffalo” etc. into the search field labelled search inside this book (seen on the right top of the Archive.org window) Point or click on … Continue reading

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Tip | “Painted Words”: An Anthology edited by Prof Ganesh Devy – Tribal Literature from all over India

“It is almost impossible to characterize all of India’s tribals in a single ethnographic or historic framework. […] After Independence, these communities were ‘denotified’ and placed quite randomly in the schedules of tribes, castes and other ‘backward communities’. Yet anyone … Continue reading

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Adivasi literature, a “distinct theme” with “many new voices”: Bhasha Research and Publication Centre – Gujarat

To search Bhasha’s catalogue and download a publication, click here >> Bhasha is not an acronym. The term ‘bhasha’ means in most Indian languages, ‘language’, ‘speech’, ‘definition’ or ‘voice’. Bhasha Research and Publication Centre was founded in 1996 for study, … Continue reading

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Responding to indigenous narratives in an interdisciplinary manner: M. Phil Course “Indigeneity in Literature and the Arts” & Recommended Reading – New Delhi

“Indigeneity in Literature and the Arts” M. Phil Course, Dept of English, JMI, New Delhi Course-Coordinator: Dr. Ivy Imogene Hansdak Course Outline: This course derives from the aesthetic and literary theories introduced in the series of Chotro Conferences, jointly organized … Continue reading

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