Herding On The Brink: Why India Needs To Support Its Pastoralists
Traditional pastoralism is facing an existential threat. Decades of neglect require more cohesive efforts to be put in for their conservation.
Understanding ‘Bait’: Stories from the Alpine Pastures of Jammu and Kashmir
The popularity of Bait (बैत) (traditional music) is significant due to the presence and visibility of Gojri language in public spaces.
Locking horns to save the Sacred Cow: India’s Indigenous Pastoralists Fight for Their Livelihoods and Cultural Traditions
... a classic case of community-based improvement and conservation of an Indigenous livestock germplasm.
Lessons on coexistence with the environment from two tribal districts in Odisha
Over 60 varieties of crops, including paddy, millets, legumes, leaves, tubers and vegetables are grown during a season in a phased manner