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The Importance of a Community Museum: Its Role in the Education and the Development of the Santals – West Bengal

A museum can be a motivation for the community to move forward towards modernity without abandoning one’s Santal mentality – Boro Baski (concept note for the National Seminar on 8th December, 2016) Organized by Bishnubati Adibasi Marshal Sangha, Birbhum, West BengalFunded … Continue reading

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Leisure time in a Santal village: A large mural created by village artists to express their cultural identity – West Bengal

Enjoying Palm Juice At the end of a village three Santal men sit under a Banyan tree and are happily drinking fermented juice of the tal, a commonly seen palm tree. In the summer, the men climb on the trees … Continue reading

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Slideshow | The making of terracotta panels by village youths: Depicting Santal village culture – West Bengal

Credits: information and photographs © Sanyasi Lohar 2014 Related posts Ashadullapur (videos, slideshows and more information) Opening programme and list of participants Sanyasi Lohar Slideshow | Inauguration of terracotta panels created by village youths: A celebration of Santal village culture The … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Inauguration of terracotta panels created by village youths: A celebration of Santal village culture – West Bengal

Credits: information and photographs © Sanyasi Lohar (e-mailed 1-4-14) The six large panels were specially designed to adorn homes at Bishnubati village. They depict of Santal myths known to the local population. In order to realize these original works, Sanyasi Lohar trained 6 village … Continue reading

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Terracotta project in Bishnubati village: Ashadullapur Rural Crafts & Health Development Centre – West Bengal

The Terracotta & Pottery project has started with six participants from different villages in a workshop. Their chosen task is to preserve the Santali traditional life by depicting it on the walls of local homes. Six walls have been chosen in Bishnubati village. This project is already meeting … Continue reading

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