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The Muria and Maria Gonds of Madhya Pradesh – audio examples and information

Tribal Music of India: The Muria and Maria Gonds of Madhya PradeshCULTURE GROUP(S) Maria; MuriaRECORD LABEL Folkways Records 1983Various Artists FW04028 Original liner notes for the Ethnic Folkways Records edition with online audio links on the Smithsonian Folways website >> … Continue reading

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Video | Shyam Sundar Mandi: A Santal musician from Purulia – West Bengal

Daricha FoundationPublished on Oct 2, 2018Shyam Sundar Mandi a Santal musician from Purulia, sings a Dong and a Dasae song. Dong songs are sung at weddings, while the songs of Dasae are sung during the festival of the same name.© … Continue reading

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Video | A free spirit devoted to the Huka Banam (bowed fiddle) and Murli (flute): An interview with Santal musician Nunulal Marndi by Daricha Foundation – West Bengal

Uploaded on Mar 1, 2016 An expert in the Huka Banam and Murli, Nunulal Marndi is a talented musician who lives life by his own rules. Nunulal Marndi is a free spirited, self taught Santal musician who plays strictly for … Continue reading

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Rejuvenating a tribe’s traditional dance form: Lambada women celebrate life with Natch – Andhra Pradesh

T. APPALA NAIDU, The Hindu A. KONDURU (KRISHNA), July 28, 2014 In a bid to rejuvenate Lambada tribe’s traditional dance form, Natch, a majority of women of the community are performing it to mark every happy moment of their daily … Continue reading

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The People’s Archive of Rural India: Cutting-edge technology and new forms of storytelling to document and reflect the energies of rural Indians

Adivasi Books on tribal culture and related resources Media portrayal Modernity Music and dance Revival of traditions Storytelling Video resources – external Source: Everyday lives, Everyday people – The HinduAddress : http://www.thehindu.com/features/magazine/everyday-lives-everyday-people/article6688908.eceDate Visited: Thu Jan 29 2015 15:23:35 GMT+0100 (CET) … Continue reading

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