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Lepcha Community of Sikkim: Cultural Heritage and Conservation Efforts

The Lepcha tribe, that resides in the breath-taking Himalayan range represents a fascinating blend of tradition, culture and adaptation. Primarily inhabiting the North-east corner of India, particularly in regions like Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Bhutan, Sikkim and Darjeeling, they carry with them a rich heritage that resonates through their lifestyles, language and beliefs. With a population […]Read More

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Indigenous Resistance in Brazil: The Fight for Land Rights in

Covering around 60% of Brazil’s territory, Amazon rainforest stands as on of the most iconic and vital landscapes on our planet. Its unparalleled richness in flora and fauna, along with its immense carbon storage capacity, makes it’s the cornerstone of Earth’s environment stability. The amazon rainforest is home to an estimated 390 billion individual trees […]Read More

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The Sami People: Reindeer Herding and Cultural Preservation in Scandinavia

Reindeer Herding and Beyond: The Sami People’s Quest for Cultural Sustainability.Amidst the pristine beauty of snow-covered landscapes, is the vast expanses of northern Scandinavia. The Sami people have implanted their existence which is then intertwined by the rhythm of the nature. For thousands of years, they have inhabited the region which is known as Sampi, […]Read More

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Aboriginal Songlines: The Oral Traditions and Spiritual Maps of Australia

The colonizers arrived in Australia in the year 1788, but before that Australia was inhabited by the aboriginal people, who had established rich and diverse cultures across the continent. They lived predominantly as hunter-gatherers, and even adapted to the varied environments of Australia’s deserts, rainforests, grasslands and coastal regions. They had several hundred distinct languages […]Read More

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The Bishnoi Community: Environmental Conservation and Spiritual Traditions in Rajasthan

The Bishnoi community, that was established by in the 15th century by Guru Jambeshwar is a steadfast guardian of environmental conservation with its population that has now reached about approximately 1.5 million. Their ethos is deeply rooted in their sanctity of life. This provides a window for us to see the harmonious relationship between humans […]Read More