Indigenous Unity Flag in India
|Artistic rendition of the Indigenous Unity Flag design, created by Lata Chaudhari of Gujarat, India.|
Adivasi - 'adi' means from the beginning (earliest time). 'vasi' signifies original inhabitant
What is the main focus of Adivasi people today?Now a days Adivasi peoples, who are one of the oldest indigenous unity tribes on planet Earth, are focused on education, land reform, the Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples, and most of all indigenous unity. Since we are from different places throughout South Asia we stay in contact with each others communities and enjoy moments to connect and arrange world indigenous day festivals to express harmony in our indigenous heritage and culture. Indigenous Unity being the main focus and energy which guides, motivates and drives our spirit in harmony to protect all life on Earth and unite with our brothers and sisters around the world.
Not too long ago, Adivasi groups were unaware of the situations of their communities in different regions. Social media, gatherings at universities and facilities and communication allow us to learn about each other and stay in touch and become better educated. Most Adivasi people are unaware of their indigenous rights and Indigenous Unity is what allows us to mobilize frequent gatherings and teachings as we learn and grow!
How did you hear about the Indigenous Unity Flag?
About the AdivasiWhat can you tell us about the Adivasi's - The Aborigines of India Facebook page?
We share our cultural heritage and indigenous issues from around the world maintaining a vision and purpose of indigenous unity and self-preservation, the first law of nature. Our personal interests for the Adivasi's - The Aborigines of India Facebook page are:
- Indigenous Unity
- Preserving and Promoting Indigenous Culture
- Create awareness about Indigenous festivals and traditions
- Promote Indigenous culture to younger generations