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The Karbi Ramayana in Assam and its Modern Re-telling in Documentary Film: Papers presented for “Tribes In Transition-II: Reaffirming Indigenous Identity Through Narrative” (National Conference) – New Delhi

Abstract 1: The Karbi Ramayana in Assam and its Modern Re-telling in Documentary FilmPaper presented for “Tribes In Transition-II: Reaffirming Indigenous Identity Through Narrative” (National Conference) – New DelhiANANYA BARUADepartment of Philosophy, Hindu College, New DelhiKEYWORDS: RAMAYANA, DOCUMENTARY, INDONESIA, SABIL-ALUN, KARBIWhile … Continue reading

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Tip | Download comic books as PDFs: Free resources for rural education and health care – Unicef

Animated online version: Welcome to Meena’s World! To enter, you need. Shockwave, Flash and RealVideo plug-ins. Source: UNICEF ROSA – Media centre – Meena Communication Initiative Address: https://www.unicef.org/meena/ Date Visited: 3 November 2018 Download the following 14 volumes for free via … Continue reading

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Illustrated and bilingual resources suitable for urban and rural schools alike: A range of beautiful books published by Tulika & Tara

A Bhil Storystory : Nina Sabnanipictures : Sher Singh Bhil Kuk.. Kuk.. The poor rooster can’t KUKAROOKOO because his throat is so parched. There is not a drop of water left in the village pond. The only hope is to … Continue reading

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Preserve tribal art with the help of digital media: Adivasi Arts Trust – Chhattisgarh

By Rohan Swamy, Thu Mar 31 2011 “The whole idea of getting involved with the various Adivasi tribes of India is to showcase their art to the world through the medium of animation. This is why the Adivasi Arts Trust … Continue reading

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A tribe whose presence was confirmed in the islands to 2,000 years ago: The Sentinelese – North Sentinel Island (Andamans)

Is This Andaman Tribe in a Tourist Zoo? Time to Wake up and End This ‘Safari’! The Jarawa have been occupying the Andaman rainforests for years Rayomand Engineer, The Better India 30 March 2018 | Read the full article here … Continue reading

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