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Human Adaptation in Satkosia Tiger Reserve – Challenges and Prospects

A fascinating aspect of humanity is its geographical adaptability. There are terrains of all kinds where we have ventured and evolved with cultures in tune with the local geography. 465 more words

Tribal India

Bhils of Aravali – A Socio-Anthropological Journey

The civilisation of India has been of complex order throughout its history. Most of its geographical regions are known to have played as corridors for exchanging ideas and adopting to new faiths. 498 more words


Legal Status

adivaani was registered as a Trust with the Additional Registrar of Assurances in Kolkata, West Bengal on July 19, 2012. Our Registration number is 4326. 30 more words


Adivaani and Tribal Intellectual Collective India’s second book is out!

Adivaani and the Tribal Intellectual Collective India is proud to present its second title from the Tribal and Adivasi Studies series—Social Work in India… 182 more words


Review: The Adivasi Will Not Dance by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar

“Where are you from?”

This question is my most asked and most hated. In India, I usually respond “Houston” because that was my last place of residence, is the basis for my @Magnolia2Mumbai Twitter handle, and has the dubious distinction of being the only state in which I have renewed my driver’s license. 1,450 more words


Adivasi Economics and Re-awakening the Indigenous Mind

Felix Padel writes: An Adivasi economy, in its traditional or pre-globalization form at least, was based in many ways on ecological principles. In the words of a Kond elder in Kandhamal district, Odisha, “Where are the saints in your society? 217 more words


Illustrated Pursuits: Why we chose to do the book?

Almost two years ago adivaani received the proposal for Illustrated Pursuits: a collection of drawings, published articles and maps by Walter Stanhope Sherwill, who spent a total twenty-seven years in India since he first arrived as a young man in 1834 to work for the British East India Company. 434 more words