Aranyara Adhikar o Adibasi Uchheda is a thought-provoking book by Samarendra Nayak, an eminent writer and social activist from Odisha. The book sheds light on the critical issue of tribal displacement in India, with a particular focus on the state of Odisha.
Drawing on his extensive experience working with tribal communities in the region, Nayak provides a detailed analysis of the various factors that contribute to the displacement of indigenous peoples from their ancestral lands. He highlights the impact that large-scale development projects, mining activities, and forestry policies have had on the lives and livelihoods of these communities.
Nayak also explores the legal framework governing tribal rights and land ownership in India, shedding light on the challenges that indigenous peoples face when seeking to assert their rights in the face of powerful corporate or governmental interests.
Through his passionate and eloquent writing, Nayak makes a compelling case for the need to protect the rights and dignity of tribal communities in India. His book serves as a wake-up call to policymakers, activists, and concerned citizens alike, urging them to take action to ensure that the voices and needs of these marginalized communities are heard and respected.
Overall, Aranyara Adhikar o Adibasi Uchheda is a powerful and moving testament to the resilience and strength of India’s tribal peoples. It is an essential read for anyone interested in human rights, social justice, and the struggle for equality and empowerment in contemporary India.
|Books name||Aranyara Adhikar o Adibasi Uchheda|
|No Of pages||129|