• The Knight Without An Armour: Reexploring the Legend of Dharti Aba And His Munda Warriors

    Abstract: Humans have taken a long period of evolution to find their social or ideological solidarity in their associations. It is where the sense of belonging arises from. Being part of a whole, contributing to it and protecting it are borne from the cognisance of mutual understanding. This, in turn, forms the basis of identity, individually or as a group. Over the years, these associations lead to the formation of communities that sustain themselves on their unique beliefs and practices even i…

  • Archive: TRIBAL HISTORY AND TRIBAL REPRESENTATION IN HISTORY project

    TMYS Facebook LIVE with global thought-leaders under TMYS Review June 2023, in collaboration with CAPI, University of Victoria. The book under the project will be available HERE in June 2023. (I) Gender Roles in Tribal Traditions & Heritage. (moderated by Dr. Stella Chitralekha Biswas) 1. Gender and Folklore: A Historical Perspective Tracing Traditional Roles of Women in Shaping and Preserving Tribal Identity. Delegate Speakers: Abin Chakraborty Surama Bera Nandini Sengupta 2. Tribal Wome…

  • Interview with Easterine Kire

    Easterine Kire is the first published novelist in English from Nagaland. Her renowned works include her book of poetry, Kelhoukevira (1982), and several novels, mentioned in order of publication: A Naga Village Remembered (2003), A Terrible Matriarchy (2007), Mari (2010), Bitter Wormwood (2011) Don't Run, My Love (2017), A Respectable Woman (2019) Walking the Roadless Road: Exploring the Tribes of Nagaland, (2019) The Rain-maiden and the Bear-man (2021), Journey of the Stone (2021) and Spirit Ni…


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