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Tribes of India- The Abandoned Humanity

Tribes of India- the abandoned humanity“I HAVE MY WINGS TO FLY, BUT GIVE ME THE SKY”We often undervalue the privileges we enjoy as civilized and educated society. Modern technology has brought us comforts at the click of a button. The society that we live today revels at the marvels created by human mind. Over a period of time this has lead to We, becoming increasingly greedy, egoistic, self centered. We forgot the fact that we are not the creators, but a tiny part of earth’s biodiversity,…See More
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Tribes of India- The Abandoned Humanity

Tribes of India- the abandoned humanity“I HAVE MY WINGS TO FLY, BUT GIVE ME THE SKY”We often undervalue the privileges we enjoy as civilized and educated society. Modern technology has brought us comforts at the click of a button. The society that we live today revels at the marvels created by human mind. Over a period of time this has lead to We, becoming increasingly greedy, egoistic, self centered. We forgot the fact that we are not the creators, but a tiny part of earth’s biodiversity,…See More
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Tribes of India- The Abandoned Humanity

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Tribes of India- the abandoned humanity

“I HAVE MY WINGS TO FLY, BUT GIVE ME THE SKY”

We often undervalue the privileges we enjoy as civilized and educated society. Modern technology has brought us comforts at the click of a button. The society that we live today revels at the marvels created by human mind. Over a period of time this has lead to We, becoming increasingly greedy, egoistic, self centered. We forgot the fact that we are not the creators, but a tiny part of earth’s… Continue

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