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Photo Of The Day: A Meyor House at Dong Village

Dong is a splendid village in Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh, located a few miles away from the Chinese border, famous for being the easternmost human settlement of India, and to receive the country’s first sunrise. There are many things t...
by In search of greener pastures on Apr 18, 2013

Photo Of The Day: A Meyor House at Dong Village

Dong is a splendid village in Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh, located a few miles away from the Chinese border, famous for being the easternmost human settlement of India, and to receive the country’s first sunrise. There are many things t...
by In search of greener pastures on Apr 18, 2013

Jobs for Indians

When Dr. Harry Hummer found himself understaffed as a result of the manpower shortage created by WWI, he asked the Indian Office to approve higher wages to help him fill positions. (See last post.) Otherwise, he would have to look at hiring Indian wo...

Old Wrapping Paper

Ancient Israel comprised 12 tribes camping around the tabernacle. In the same way, Christianity has always contained various camps, tribes, and denominations, often closely related and working together for the kingdom.
by Laboring In The Lord on Apr 14, 2013

Tribes – Dancehall Lyrics

Tribes – Dancehall Lyrics [Verse 1:] She’s a gypsy queen, real tall and mean She’s an aeroplane, no one’s ever seen She’s a firecracker, real dancehall master She’s a hurricane when you walk past her She’s the morning sun in …...
by New Song Lyrics on Apr 11, 2013

Indian Health Programs

The Bureau of Indian Affairs tried to address the many health issues developing among tribes who had lost their traditional lands, lifestyles, and occupations. However, funds were always far too short to do much good, and healthcare was not provided...

Photo Of The Day – Inside An Apatani House

One of our guides has just returned from a trip to the Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh and has thought of contributing this photograph. Taken inside the house of an Apatani Tribe; who are the main residents of Ziro, the picture shows two Apatani eld...
by In search of greener pastures on Mar 25, 2013

Photo Of The Day – Inside An Apatani House

One of our guides has just returned from a trip to the Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh and has thought of contributing this photograph. Taken inside the house of an Apatani Tribe; who are the main residents of Ziro, the picture shows two Apatani eld...
by In search of greener pastures on Mar 25, 2013

The Men Who Hunted Heads – An Old Documentary

We came across the above documentary in YouTube. Though it dates back to 1970, the documentary is still very interesting and provides an insight into the incredible lifestyle of the Naga headhunters. Back in the days, these tribes were very much sava...
by In search of greener pastures on Mar 14, 2013

Tribes Ascend

Tribes Ascend savaş, aksiyon ve birazda bilimkurgu sevenlerin hoşlanabileceği bir online oyun. Özellikle de MMOFPS türü oyun sevenler için biçilmiş kaftan.5 farklı oyun modu ve devasa haritaların bulunduğu Tribes Ascend, uçma ve ileri te...
by Vide-z on Mar 14, 2013

Indian Agencies

Native Americans were initially a greater threat to colonists than colonists were to them. The British Crown recognized this, and also realized that good relationships were important both to its trade economy and its position with France, which also...

Rights Versus Reality

Though the four primary groups of people settling in the New World (Spanish, French, English, and Dutch) recognized the rights of Native Americans to their land, their relationships with Native Americans developed differently. The French, who were he...

Any Rights?

Settlers to the New World had a lot to mull over when they discovered that the land they had discovered was already inhabited. What rights would these inhabitants have, since colonists did not consider native peoples to be as advanced as European cit...

Save the Tribes of the World

Promote the work done by Survival International to save the tribal people of the world. Read more...http://www.survivalinternational.org/...

Photo Of The Day – At The Hornbill Festival

Nagaland is called the land of festivals. The tribal people there are always busy celebrating something or the other. The above photograph has been contributed by Pankaj Tibrewal. It shows one of warrior dances performed during the Hornbill Fesitival...
by In search of greener pastures on Feb 22, 2013

United We Stand, Divided We Probably Fall

Where did the ideas for teams logos, colors or emblems come from? Why of course, like most other things we have today, it came from the Torah. In this parsha there are descriptions of the precious and semiprecious stones used in the Choshen Mishpat o...
by Torah Biz on Feb 22, 2013

T in the Park announce Beady Eye and Laurent Garnier

T in the Park announce Beady Eye and Laurent Garnier  TICKETS GO ON SALE TOMORROW AT 9AM Earlier this week it was revealed that some of the world’s greatest acts will be heading to Kinross over 12th – 14th July for the 20th year of T in...
by MusicMafiaUK on Feb 21, 2013

Language Barriers

As asylums grew larger and lost their ability to integrate mentally ill or temporarily distraught citizens back into society, they became warehouses for people who could not cope with or mesh into the current culture. Most asylums assumed a custodial...

Photo Of The Day ~ Pretty Mishmi Women

sRecently, I had visited the Reh Festival in Arunachal Pradesh. Celebrated by the Mishmi Tribe, a sunny beautiful weather welcomed me on my arrival at Tezu for the 2 days event. Ever charming and ever friendly, the Mishmis roamed proud wearing their...

Tribes – How The Other Half Live Lyrics

Tribes – How The Other Half Live Lyrics [Verse 1:] Twisted and bent out of shape We might need a change of direction It’s all depending, I have it worked out My brothers are about for some action [Chorus:] Back against the wall Face all … t...
by Newest Song Lyrics First on Feb 5, 2013


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