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For the sake of national integrity, social solidarity, communal harmony and humanism: Promoting India’s tribal and folk artists in pursuit of excellence

India is marked by its rich traditional heritage of Tribal/Folk Arts and Culture | Read the full report here >> Since the days of remote past, the diversified art & cultural forms generated by the tribal and rural people of … Continue reading

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New gallery to showcase exquisite tribal and folk art: Recognizing an important yet neglected side of the Indian heritage”: National Museum – New Delhi

The Hindu, NEW DELHI, February 7, 2014 The National Museum has got another newly-designed gallery – Tradition, Art and Continuity – which is displaying about 200 exhibits of ethnographic interest. It was inaugurated on Thursday by Union Culture Minister Chandresh … Continue reading

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Madhubani tribal artist – taking ancient folk art and adapting it for today

Always deeply creative in its arts, the new designs fast forward the tribal traditions to the present. Here a courtyard is painted by a Madhubani tribal artist, taking ancient folk art and adapting it for today… …the same tradition is … Continue reading

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Daricha Foundation’s blog and online media library: Providing access to knowledge on India’s folk and tribal arts and its practitioners – West Bengal

The foundation is registered as a not for profit Society in Kolkata since April 2013. www.daricha.org is an online portal solely dedicated to the promotion of folk and tribal arts, beginning with West Bengal, India. Daricha means a “window” – … Continue reading

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Unveiling richness of tribal and folk culture: Festival and exhibition at the Bhandarkar’s College of Arts and Science – Karnataka

Ganesh Prabhu, The Hindu, Kundapur (Udupi District), February 17, 2015 | To read the full article and view more photos, click here >> The richness of tribal and folk culture of coastal districts was demonstrated at the ‘Unveiling of Tribal and Folk … Continue reading

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