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Gond images are filled with patterns, and each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature.
Design mirrors the shifting ways in which poetry creates meaning: 16th century English trick verse, Gond tribal art.
A woman’s perspective on a timeless epic, and a powerful mediation on the fate of women in times of war.
(Part of our Gender series)
Exquisitely rendered images of an imaginative water-world – in the Mithila folk style from Bihar.
A vividly illustrated one-of-a-kind retelling of the great Indian epic by a twelve-year old.
Thirty photographers from across India dwell on the Indian flag in its human moments of pride and poignancy.
Snake lore and legend from across India, illustrated by a contemporary French artist.
Filled with rhymes, games, and songs, this is a cheerful story of girls growing up in a Gond tribal village.
Artist from the Bhil tribe in central lndia paints her community’s close everyday relationship to trees.
Bitter gourd, eggplant, banana flower… common Indian vegetables for young children.
Mango, banana, melon… rare and common Indian fruits for young children.
Lily, jasmine, marigold… rare and common Indian flowers for young children.
A monkey in a jungle that tourists visit decides to help himself to a camera!