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The Rhythmic Tribal Culture

 
/ June 29, 2022

Bastar, in Chattisgarh State, India, is well known for their tribal population, and their unique, distinctive cultural heritage. In this area, the tradition of playing Madar has been going on since time immemorial.

Panchayat Office in Crumbling Condition, Chattisgarh

 
/ June 23, 2022

In this video, you can see that the Gram Panchayat office in Barbaspur village of Balod district has been in a dilapidated condition for 10 years, in Chattisgarh.

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Poor Road Connect and Missing Bridges Keeping Indian Villages Away from Mainstream Development 

 
/ June 14, 2022

During the monsoons, few interviewees in this video mentioned that the makeshift bridges break, and they have to either repair the bridge in heavy monsoon or a detour which takes considerable time and resources. 

Raigarh of Chattisgarh faces the wrath of Industrialization | Awaz ho Buland EP 12

 
/ June 7, 2022

In this Video, Community Correspondent Rajesh Gupta, from Raigarh, Capital of Chattisgarh, tells  us about the Resource Curse or Paradox of Plenty in his area.

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People in Bastar rallying for a Railway line in the Region 

 
/ May 13, 2022

They have been demanding a railway line for passengers for the last 50 years. The Bastar Chambers of Commerce and Industries are also a part of this agitation, together with various local organisations and citizens.

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Join Buland Bol Program to Strengthen the Voice of your Community

 
/ April 5, 2022

The Buland Bol program is for those members of the community, who would like to raise voices, to change the scenario for betterment and work towards equality and justice.

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Organic Farming attracts youths in Chattisgarh # छत्तीसगढ़िया युवा किसानों ने दिखाई जैविक और उन्नत...

 
/ March 18, 2022

Pradan (Professional Assistance for Development Action) and a few other local organisations have joined hands and are teaching the youths of 40 panchayats about organic farming.

Awaz Ho Buland: Old Age Pensions and Surviving the Pandemic

 
/ February 15, 2022

The ageing population of India is struggling to survive the pandemic as many have no active welfare schemes in their name. Some have also stopped receiving their monthly pensions ever since the pandemic began.