Catalogues attract catalogues—who knew? We had just finished Mark Elliot’s exhibition catalogue—Another India: Explorations and Expressions of Indigenous South Asia, when Alpa Shah, who’d been to the exhibition contacted us to collaborate on another one. 635 more words
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It all started in the late eighteenth century, when the ruling Delhi emperor granted Dewani Zamindari Rights of Adidweep Islands to the imperial company. Soon after that, the colonizers descended in Adidweep to commence the forcible subjugation of indigenous Adivasi people. 167 more words
For Adidweep state and its Adivasi community, Tsunami is not a new phenomenon.
In the evening, one of the Adivasi elders personally visited them to warn them, “In the last couple of days, we have heard and seen nature’s warning signs, like changes in the cries of birds and the behaviour patterns of many animals. 86 more words
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