results for "Jhum Cultivation"

  • Environmentaly Friendly Fuel

    Jhum cultivation: Strategies for North East India | | TUESDAY, 12 JANUARY 2010 | By Jamkhogin Lhungdim, Assistant...

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  • Extension process for watershed management in CHTs

    Shifting cultivation · Agroforestry · Ethnic communities · Social capital Introduction The ethnic people of the Chittagong Hill...

    8467 Words | 27 Pages

  • Monsoons in India

    and the soil to regain its fertility. The cycle of cultivation, leaving it fallow and coming back to it for cultivation, is...

    2300 Words | 6 Pages

  • Essay

    diversion of forest land to agricultural land, river valley projects, roads, industiy and urbanization, transmission lines and activities like shifting...

    2258 Words | 6 Pages

  • Agriculture Sector

    Jhuming cultivation are common among all the tribes. The practice of Jhuming not only destroy the micro flora and fauna but also affect...

    6645 Words | 51 Pages

  • Rubber and Its Impacts on Local People and Environment in Bandarban

    his family to run. Another one whose name is Aung Sai Heo (42), he also used to live in Badurjhiri village with his wife and six sons. He cultivated...

    1028 Words | 3 Pages

  • Rites and Ritual of the Pochury Nagas

    outside the house. On the tip of the bamboo, Awiiphrii along with fish and pork will be tied. 2. Azhu Kiipotsa ( Clearing of Jungles for...

    1105 Words | 3 Pages

  • History Notes

    Age Life of Tribals in Colonial India Jhum Cultivators The practice of shifting cultivation is called Jhum...

    6257 Words | 16 Pages

  • Hjbhjnbhjnb

    from subtropical to alpine. The region is characterised by difficult terrain, wide variations in slopes, altitude, land tenure systems and diverse...

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  • Deforestation(Compilation2)

    uses little technology or other tools. It is typically part of shifting cultivation agriculture, and of transhumance livestock herding.[1]...

    3362 Words | 10 Pages

  • minerals available in mizoram

    Agriculture occupies a very important place in the economy of Mizoram. Of the total population, 70% of the Mizo people are involved in agriculture....

    413 Words | 2 Pages

  • Wildlife Conservation in India

    In Arunachal Pradesh, the indigenous people, living traditionally acquire their rights over as much land and forests as they inherit. Shifting...

    25654 Words | 50 Pages

  • factors for intra disparities of north east india

    ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND INVESTMENT IN BRITISH PERIOD:The british enacted the wasteland Acquisition Act,1832,which were not useful for traditional...

    2047 Words | 6 Pages

  • Major-Environmental-Problems-In-The-North

    their own cultural life style intertwined with forests, wildlife and jhum (Shifting) cultivation. This particular process...

    4376 Words | 18 Pages

  • Jatropha 2

    5 m, and 3 x 3 m. This is equivalent to crop densities of 2500, 1600 and 1111 plants/ha, respectively. Distance OF 2MX2M be kept for commercial...

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  • agriculture

    different name in different regions of India like Jhum in Assam, Ponam in Kerala, Podu in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha and bewar masha penda and...

    1688 Words | 4 Pages

  • The Tai Khampti

    even an elephant in the olden days). They practice both jhum and settled agriculture and produce food grains, vegetables and cash crops. Among...

    1846 Words | 5 Pages

  • Natural Vegetation

    Indian Forestry faces many problems. Over grazing and forest fire often destroy forests. Reckless cutting of the trees causes forest destruction....

    705 Words | 2 Pages

  • Research on Ginger in Meghalaya

    fisheries, forestry and agro processing constitutes the very basis of socio economic lives of India. One of the major activities in the state is...

    4593 Words | 13 Pages

  • Field Work Paper Anthropology

    patriarchal. One clan was Awa Khumi and the other was Aphya Khumi. They both lived once on the bank of the Koladain River. Most are farmers and practice...

    791 Words | 2 Pages

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