How little I know of my countrymen!
The Northeast India Travel Blog
Upcoming this week is the International Day for the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Observed by the United Nations on August 9th each year, it is dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of the planet’s indigenous population, along with recognizing the achievements and contributions that indigenous people make to improve the issues facing the world. It is only natural that a lot of indigenous activity happens during this time. Worth mentioning is the Indigenous Peoples Week, celebrated by Planeta and friends, it is an online unconference in its 4th edition focusing on indigenous people and tourism, with themes such as biodiversity conservation, crafts, cultural heritage, food and literacy. Meanwhile, Proud To Be Indigenous is an initiative by Cultural Survival to give an online platform for indigenous people to express their cultural richness.
Continuing our efforts to take part in this year’s discussions, we are proud to continue with our…
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NE India is rich in cultural heritage and blessings of nature.
Thanks Pandian .
I agree. I am trying to know more about lesser known people of India, now. I am saddened that our text books do not focus on the country, but only on politically blessed topics.