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Mushtak Khan
छत्तीसगढ़ के किसी भी ग्रामीण क्षेत्र में जाएँ अथवा नगरीय सीमा के बाहर किसी भी सड़क पर निकल जाएं महुआ का वृक्ष आपको हर तरफ मिल ही जायेगा। यदि आप यहाँ फरवरी से मई माह के बीच गए हैं तो हर तरफ आपको एक विशेष गंध का आभास होगा, जो महुआ वृक्ष के फूलों की महक के कारण चारों ओर फैलती है। इस समय प्रत्येक गांव…
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Raj Gupta
  Interview with Mr. Raj Gupta.   Mr. Gupta is the District Program Officer (DPO), Livelihoods of Uttar Bastar Kanker, Zila Parishad. As a Development Practitioner he has extensive experience of working with the adivasi communities of Uttar-Bastar Kanker district of Chhattisgarh and have lead…
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Arunpol Seal
  Image: Women Walking to the Haat with their Produces. This article seeks to dive deep into the life world of the adivasis through trope of Minor Forest Produces (MFP) and portray how these seasonal 'forest products' organize their lives and connects them to the larger circuits of national and…
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Anushka Rose
  Image 1: Ripe Mahua The Forest and its Afterlife: The leaves, roots, stems, flowers, fruits, bark, insects and a whole host of components together constitute the forest of Bastar. The animals, insects, humans who thrive in the ecology come together in their ever changing configurations to…
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