Three-day residential workshop with Vandna Tete, Ranjit Oraon, Deepak Bara, Sunder Manoj Hembrom, Mahendra Besra, Kalidas Murmu and AK Pankaj.The purpose of this program is to learn Adivasi worldview and aestheticism, to understand and to share with the community, especially the youth and the new generation. This program has been conceived as a three-day residential teaching-training workshop. In which the young participants and elders will share their knowledge and experiences with each other in the affinity of the community and nature. The main aspects of this program are: What is Adivasi way and how it looks at itself as well as in all aspects of planet, how it behaves with them, how to interpret mutual relationships and coexistence.
6th June 2019 anytime
7 pm - 6th June 2019
Day : 7th June 2019
DEPARTURE TO SHIKARIPARA : 7 am
TPOPIC OF THE DAY
1. WHAT IS ORATURE ADIVASIDOM
(Regarding Oral & Written History)
2. ADIVASI LIFESTYLE
(Regarding Language & Culture)
Day : 8th June 2019
TPOPIC OF THE DAY
1. ADIVASIDOM and ART
(Regarding Art and Literature)
2. WHAT IS ADIVASIDOM
(Regarding Adivasi Worldview)
Day : 9th June 2019
TPOPIC OF THE DAY
1. ADIVASIDOM and INDIAN POLITICS
(Regarding Constitutional Democracy)
(Regarding Challenges of New World)
VISIT and STAY
4. Bengaria Mission
5 pm at Dumka
workshop has been envisaged by keeping only 15 Non-Adivasi persons
in mind. Participants will be selected on the basis of their
applications. Anyone can apply for joining the workshop. Applications
will be accepted online on the 22nd April 2019 till 6
PM. Applications received after this set deadline will
not be considered. Application fee is only 100 Rs.,
which is non-refundable.
Eligibility of applicants:
1. The applicant must be between 18 and 40 years of age.
2. The applicant needs to be a Non-Adivasi Indian citizen. Overseas and Indian Adivasi Residents are not eligible.
STEP-1 : Registered online
STEP-2 : Information will be given to selected participants by email on 25th April 2019.
STEP-3 : Within a week of getting notice of selection, the selected participants will have to submit their detailed introduction, latest CV and photo, and the questionnaire sent along with the prescribed fee.
- Participant fee is 3300 Rs. Includes the cost of lodging, fooding and traveling during the workshop.
- Keeping in mind the dates of the workshop to the selected participants, it is mandatory to provide full details of their visit to Dumka immediately.
- Incomplete and unpaid applications will be automatically canceled.
In case of last moment cancellations, 25% advance deposit shall be forfeited at any given time.
For further details on accommodation, facilities, fees and any query please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have envisioned this workshop in such a way that the participants can enjoy learning and sharing in multi-layered ways. As is actually an Adivasi tradition. In the tribal wisdom and knowledge tradition (Adivasidom), nature, local geography and community are the highest importance. All these elements have been put in the center of the workshop and in addition, the excursion of tribal religion, history and other important places of Jharkhand has been given prominence in the course design of the workshop.
2. Geography and Culture
4. Oral traditions
6. Linguistic-cultural elements
7. Community leaders
9. Modern sources
- Films and videos
- other multimedia mediums
It is a Santal majority district of Jharkhand which is in the lap of the world's oldest hill range, Rajmahal's hill. The native inhabitants are the Paharias, the primitive Adivasi community. It was the center of the first organized Indian Adivasi war, Santal Hul, in 1855. In the Mughal period this district was recognized as the capital of Jharkhand and now it is the sub-capital of the state. There is a availability of millions years old fossils in Massanjore which have been destroyed due to Dam construction and Stone mining. Rev. P.O Boding lived in Benagaria Mission and did a outstanding work on the life, literature and culture of Santals. And Maluti, on the Rampur Haat route, is the only village in India that has more than 100 temples which is a world heritage site and is of historic importance to understand the craftship, architecture and emergence of Hindu religion.