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Here's how Attappadi's tribal students have brought their talents online during the COVID-19 lockdown

Thanks to the Attappadi Special Project and Kudumbashree, the students can be seen performing and creating art every day from 7.30-8 pm through Facebook live

Published on 24th April 2020
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COVID-19: Now tribal artisans are making masks ensuring both safety and livelihood

The ministry has decided to extend this helping hand such that the artisans could have a livelihood and also helps in ensuring safety among the people

Published on 12th April 2020
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Meet this 24-year-old from B'luru who can carve your entire name on a pencil tip

Chetan Murthy is a self-taught artist whose pencil sculptures and other art works are unique and awesome.  Check it out if you are in Bengaluru and get one pencil sculpture for yourself

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Ever heard of Ganjifa? Meet the people who are bringing this ancient card game back to life

Forget modern-day playing cards. Did you know that India had its own card games even during the rule of the Mughals and famous emperors of Mysuru? MJ Kamalakshi from KCP speaks about Ganjifa art

 

Published on 11th December 2019
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Scheduled Tribes' panel proposes observing National Tribal Day on February 19 for a socially inclusive India

The commission discussed the matter of observing 'National Tribal Day' at a meeting on September 11 and has conveyed its recommendation to the ministries concerned for needful action

Published on 19th September 2019
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Tara at 25: Why Gita Wolf has always steered clear of 'market standards' and regular publishing

A publishing house that doubles up as an art gallery, indigenous artists who get the same treatment as authors...there's a lot to fall in love with at Tara Books

Published on 16th May 2019
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After acing their game with bamboo, Bamboo House India is making the most of plastic waste by making homes out of it

Hyderabad-based Bamboo House India is receiving enquiries from across the seas for not just their houses made of bamboo and plastic, but for their other innovative products as well

Published on 3rd November 2018
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How a few good people are stopping Odisha's at-risk children from sinking into a life of crime and darkness

A few dedicated academics and social workers in Bhubaneswar are changing the lives of drug addicts and victimised children using education and literacy as tools of change

Published on 15th July 2018
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How this GI store is helping put artisans back on the map, giving them their much due credit

The GI Tag is used for agricultural, natural and manufactured goods. At present around 350 products from India have been registered under GI Act of the respective country

Published on 8th June 2018
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Mamta Nainy's book about Indian art will tell you everything from cave paintings to modern muse 

Most children have had instances of looking at unique art forms without consciously being educated about them. Mamta Nainy's A Brush With Indian Art aims to change that

Published on 14th April 2018

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