India’s indigenous cultures are undergoing a boost in popularity, with their music, art, dances, and other aspects being brought to the fore. Featured Image: https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/hyderabad/iit-hyderabad-adilabad-thoti-tribe-posters-8112546/
15-Year-Old Takes Jharkhand’s Forgotten Art Form To Global Levels Through Films
A father-daughter duo’s movie about Jharkhand’s traditional art form Chhau was among the winners at the Busan New Wave Short Film Festival 2022. Speaking to The Logical Indian, they talk about the…
‘A marker of identity’: Inside the world of India’s indigenous tattoo traditions
“Indigenous tattoos are rapidly disappearing. There are only a few communities who still know what their community tattoo practices are,” M Sahana Rao, an independent curator in the field of arts and culture, said
Anthropological Survey of India builds tribal hut replicas to promote unique heritage
Huts built at AnSI regional centres use authentic design, traditional materials, and are often with participation from tribal communities
Dying Tribal Sport Making Slow Come Back In Jharkhand, Odisha
The Foundation is also training umpires of the game keeping in view the growing popularity of ‘Kati’, he said. Sardar is hopeful that with TSF’s help the sport will be revived and the tribals must themselves actively work to not let it slip into oblivion again.
Sampling The Indigenous Dishes Of India And Savouring Flavours Once Lost, Now Found
Indigenous dishes that were lost to the junk food revolution are seeing a revival. Restaurateurs are putting tribal flavours on their menu.
A new Telugu brand is introducing South India’s indigenous craft of Lambani embroidery to clothing
Tega Collective by Niha Elety spotlights the Lambani embroidery by craftswomen of Ballari, Karnataka
Reviving musical lore
Earthlore, an initiative by Archival and Research Project that comprises musicians from across the globe, is documenting tribal music in an effort to preserve and popularise it
Tales From The Rivers And Forests: How BuDa Folklore Is Leading A Folk Revival In Rural Karnataka
Angadibail forest and its tribes are a treasure trove of folk tales and stories. BuDa Folklore is uncovering them, one at a time
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