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Boomkaal Diwas: ‘Let Koyatoor society not fall for unscientific idols’

At a programme held in Bastar on the 108th anniversary of Boomkaal uprising, local Adivasi leaders attacked brahmanical myths. One of the speakers traced the link of Sheetla Mata, who is revered as a goddess in Uttar Pradesh, to the Gond community’s Gamdevi

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Tameshwar sinha

Tameshwar Sinha is an independent journalist based in Chhattisgarh. He has focused on the struggles of the Adivasis in his articles published in various newspapers and magazines.

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