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Sustainable use of biodiversity and associated traditional knowledge: Securing economic benefits for tribal communities – Kerala & Tamil Nadu

The book explores the possibility of sustainable use of biodiversity and associated traditional knowledge with economic benefit for the communities and countries that have conserved them for generations. By S. GOPIKRISHNA WARRIER | Read the full article >> THERE is … Continue reading

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International Museum Day celebration (9 December 2017): “Santal Culture and Tradition in the Modern World” – West Bengal

On the occasion of 4th Museum Day (অৗরিচৗলি রৗখি জগাও মাহা দিশৗতে) Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust and the Museum of Santal Culture Present Celebration of Santal Culture and Tradition (সান্তাল অৗরিচৗলি উৎসব) on 9th December 2017 at 3 pm, at … Continue reading

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Adivasi Adivimb: “Celebrating the rich cultural heritage of tribal art forms: Adivasi, Arunachala Pradesh, Assam Adivimb festival (December) organized by the National School of Drama” – Odisha, Arunachala Pradesh, Assam & Tripura

A three day festival of tribal dance music and theatre organized by national school of drama. Various performances associated with different regions were performed such as Ghumura – Odisha Adi solung dancers – Arunachala Pradesh Mishing bihu and gumrag – … Continue reading

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Celebrating Naga heritage and traditions: The 10-day Hornbill Festival held at Kisama – Nagaland

Festival date (2017): December 1-10 The 10-day Hornbill Festival of Nagaland is one of the biggest cultural extravaganzas in the northeast. With an aim to revive, protect, sustain, and promote the richness of the Naga heritage and traditions, it is … Continue reading

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“Miss India indigenous” (Adivasi Moolvasi Janjatiya Miss India): India’s first indigenous beauty pageant by progressive tribal women – Jharkhand

Manoj Choudhary, Hindustan Times, Jamshedpur, Apr 16, 2017 Tribal women walk the ramp in Jharkhand to break stereotypes An independent tribal filmmaking body organised India’s first indigenous beauty pageant, which portrayed tribal women as progressive yet inclined towards their tribal … Continue reading

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