Tag Archives: Saura

Celebrating the unity in the diverse culture of India – Punjab & Odisha

Puri, May 25: The annual folk fair celebrating the tribal culture of the country and the rural heritage of different states has started off in Puri today. Members of different communities from all over India are taking part in it. … Continue reading

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Tip | Discover the unique arts and crafts practiced by tribal communities across India

“It a pretty shop that offers you a range of products. What’s special? Well, all the products on the shelf are handmade by various tribes from across the country. Aptly, the shop is called Tribes India, which is a part … Continue reading

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An annual affair prone to hurting the sentiments of those communities it claims to represent: Live models have made a return at the ‘Adivasi Mela’ – Odisha

Debabrata Mohanty, indianexpress.com, Bhubaneswar, February 2, 2014 Live models have made a return, with an old Santhal tribal standing within his barricaded space playing the musical instrument kendara. | To read the full article, click here >> Two years after the Orissa … Continue reading

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Centre develops Saura tribal paintings of Raygada – Odisha (Orissa)

The Sauras are one of the oldest tribes of India. The Sauras are specially famous for rich variety of their paintings based on religious and ceremonial themes. Each Idital contains various symbols and signs and convey special meaning for which … Continue reading

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