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Adivasi Sahitya released at JNU

Addressing the function, Ganga Sahai Meena, editor of the magazine, said that there was much confusion in the academic circles about tribal literature and that the voice of many tribal writers from the back of the beyond was not reaching Delhi. “To fill this vacuum, we have started the publication of this national magazine, based on tribal philosophy”, he said

10989187_10203357384363979_6173642010798320144_oNEW DELHI: Adivasi Sahitya – a quarterly journal of tribal philosophy and contemporary tribal literature – was released at a function by Wahru Sonwane, the renowned litterateur from Maharashtra; Vandana Tete, general secretary of Jharkhandi Bhasha Sanskriti Akhda from Ranchi; tribal human rights activist Gladson Dundung; Prof Vaishna Narang, the dean of the School of Languages; Prof Anwar Aalam, the chairman of the Indian Languages Centre; and tribal activist Abhay Khakha.

Addressing the function, Ganga Sahai Meena, editor of the magazine, said that there was much confusion in the academic circles about tribal literature and that the voice of many tribal writers from the back of the beyond was not reaching Delhi. “To fill this vacuum, we have started the publication of this national magazine, based on tribal philosophy”, he said.

Published in the March 2015 issue of the Forward Press magazine


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