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Monday, December 31, 2018

Gujarat, India and the International Indigenous Unity Flag flying throughout the State

Fully Adopted by the Adivasi in India

The Adivasi Primitive Group is a group of people connected to one another, connected to other leaders and connected to a new idea of unity. In 2018 they adopted the International Indigenous Unity Flag as their primary symbol to show solidarity with other indigenous peoples in the world.

Their adoption of the flag marked a milestone in 2018 for the Indigenous Unity Foundation and for myself as the creator of the flag which thanks to the Adivasi has now reached nearly 1 million people around the world.

Vyara, Gujarat, India

In the Spirit of Indigenous Unity
Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Jimmy Patel member of Primitive Group celebrating the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples with family and friends. Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vyara Gujarat - Photo by: Mayank Chaudhari & Anurag Chaudhari

Vansda, Gujarat, India

The photo was taken by Nikunj

The photo was taken by Nikunj

The photo was taken by Nikunj

The photo was taken by Nikunj
The photo was taken by Nikunj


Surat, Gujarat, India

The photo was taken by unknown in Surat, Gujarat, India.


The photo was taken by unknown in Surat, Gujarat, India.

The photo was taken by unknown in Surat, Gujarat, India.

The photo was taken by unknown in Surat, Gujarat, India.

Mahuva, Gujarat, India

The photo was taken by unknown in Mahuva, Gujarat, India.

The photo was taken by unknown in Mahuva, Gujarat, India.

The photo was taken by unknown in Mahuva, Gujarat, India.


Baroda, Gujarat, India

College students had marched with the flags in Baroda, photo by Mehul Rathva & Haren Tadvi

College students had marched with the flags in Baroda, photo by Mehul Rathva & Haren Tadvi

In Baroda, photo by Mehul Rathva & Haren Tadvi

Special thanks to artisans Bhupen Gamit and Ashish Gamit

Bhupen Gamit, painter of the
Indigenous Unity Flag in
Vyara, Gujarat, India.
Ashish Gamit, tailor of the
Indigenous Unity Flag in
Vyara, Gujarat, India.



Certificates were given to participants during the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples - 2018.