This book tells the story of ten Indian tribes who have been living lives very different-far away from or even within the same physical spaces-from the rest of mainstream India. Their histories have seldom been told. These tribes are . . . The Halakkis The Kanjars The Konyak Nagas The Changpas The Alu Kurumbas The Khasis The Hill Marias The Jarawas The Meos The Bhils Nidhi Dugar Kundalia traces the origins and explores the daily lives, customs and challenges of some of the many tribes who share the country with us.
Nidhi Dugar Kundalia is a journalist and her stories and essays have appeared in various national newspapers and magazines. She mostly writes on socio-cultural issues, documenting human lives and their journeys through various settings. Her first book, The Lost Generation: Chronicling India's Dying Professions, was released in 2016 to a warm reception. Her second book is White as Milk and Rice: Stories of India's Isolated Tribes. She is a graduate of the School of Arts, City University, London and lives in Kolkata with her husband and children.
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