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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Protect Indigenous cultural heritage for Survival [Commission on museum and cultural heritage]

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Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 29 Aug 11:00 - 17:15

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Room 2.4

Protect Indigenous cultural heritage for Survival: Indigenous knowledge related to social, economic, cultural, religious, educational life of the Indigenous communities.It also relates to agriculture, shifting cultivation, hunting, food gathering, fishing, pastoralism, basket making, rope making, iron melting, drumming etc.Its practices also relates to Survival of nature and animal kingdom. Thus in local and global levels require to protect the Indigenous cultural heritage and it's solidarity.

Conveners

  • P 34.1
    • Dr. Narayan Munda, Satya (Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University, Ranchi)
    • Dr. Kant Gautam, Mohan (European University of West and East)
  • P 34.2
    • Dr. Narayan Munda, Satya (Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University, Ranchi)
    • Dr. Kant Gautam, Mohan (European University of West and East)

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Sacred groves are the patches of the forests or tees, which are the abodes of the trees and spirits and reflect the regious affiliations as the deities are either worshipped or venerated. The ethnic identity is also viewed. As an Institution it also interprets preservation and conservation of plants, herbs, climbers, existing in the place. here are good number of medicinal plants is available in t ... More
Presented by Debashis DEBNATH on 29/8/2019 at 11:20
The indigenous knowledge of Tadvi Bhil depicts cultural heritage survival through continuing the traditional cultural practices in various form,Tadvi Bhil tribe of Maharashtra resides in the area of Satpuda mountain range. Tadvi Bhils of Jalgoan in Maharashtra converted to Islam which is believed to have taken place during the times of Aurangzeb (1658-1707CE), and Tadvi Bhils since then they conti ... More
Presented by MOHINI GAWAI on 29/8/2019 at 16:50
Cultural heritage of Dom: A case study of Ranchi (Jharkhand), India. Dom's are the inhabitants of Ranchi. Except Ranchi, they also reside in the other districts of Jharkhand.They also found in the states of Orissa, Bengal, Bihar, Chattisgarh . etc. They are depend on drumming, basket making and labour. Their Practices related to material and non-material culture . To highlight the fact's, A case s ... More
Presented by Maskal MUNDA on 29/8/2019 at 16:30
Cultural heritage of Munda Tribe: A case study of Ranchi-khunti (Jharkhand), India. Population of Munda Tribe is 1229221(according to 2011 census) in the state of Jharkhand. They also reside in the states of Orissa, Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Chattisgarh, etc. Traditionally material and non-material culture of the Munda Tribe is on food culture and forest for Survival.Their primary source of livelihood ... More
Presented by Dr. Satya Narayan MUNDA on 29/8/2019 at 11:40
The Uttarakhand Himalaya is inhabitted by five scheduled tribes,namely,Jaunsari,Bhotia,Bhoksa,Tharu and Raji.These tribes exhibit distinctive cultural heritage,such as fraternal polygynandry of the Jaunsari,transhumance of the Bhotia,land alienation of the Bhoksa,woman dominance of the patrilineal Tharu and invisible trading of the Raji.All these cultural traits can be depicted by way of artefacts ... More
Presented by Dr. Ajai Pratap SINGH on 29/8/2019 at 11:00
The visitors are often confused with the monotony, loneliness and silence of heritage museums, especially the severely damaged site museums. Restoring and remolding the irrecoverable material heritage with modern imaging technology and deducing the intangible heritage could be much closer to the disappeared or disappearing site landscape, such as the site environmental structure, architectural str ... More
Presented by Jia WANG on 29/8/2019 at 16:10
The people of munda tribe first lived in the areas of central Asia and thire arrival took place in india.Munda tribe is considered important with its cultural and religious heritage. In the munda tribe inhabiting various status of india,the great culture and traditions left its megalithic mark in ancient times, from where it was inhabited till now and its mammoth cultural heritage is still alive p ... More
Presented by Dr. Chandra Deo MUNDA on 29/8/2019 at 15:30
The Kharia is one of the vulnerable tribe residing in Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal. Linguistically they belong to Austro-Asiatic group; they usually live in the forest and its periphery. As such their economy and survival is totally depending on the forest products. They have their own way of collecting mechanism for each of them. The present study carried out in Simlipal hill region of Odis ... More
Presented by Dr. Debasish GIRI on 29/8/2019 at 10:20
Mahlis, the artisan tribe of Jharkhand are no longer in a position to sustain themselves. Mahlis were having mutually reciprocal relationship with their neighbouring tribes and castes, who paid them in terms of their agricultural yields. Changing sociodynamics and monetization led to demand of industry finished products leaving them high and dry. The present study covers Mahli world view and ethos ... More
Presented by Dr. Syed MOBARAK ABBAS on 29/8/2019 at 15:50
Traditional belief system of the PVTGs can be considered as the most significant factor in the sphere of conservation of nature preserved purely by the virtue of their applied faith and traditional practices. The study of traditional belief system assumes importance from the point of view of biodiversity conservation as well as sustainability. Very few works have been carried out on traditional be ... More
Presented by Dr. ANJALI KURANE on 29/8/2019 at 12:00
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