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Gond

(gŏnd), ethnic group of central India. The group is now found especially in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and in neighboring areas of Maharashtra, Telangana, Odisha, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh and in NE Karnataka and Assam. In Madhya Pradesh there was a small but powerful Gond kingdom until the 18th cent. The Gonds, predominantly Hindu, speak a Dravidian language and are mainly organized into tribes in small villages.

Bibliography

See V. Elwin, Leaves from the Jungle; Life in a Gond Village (2d ed. 1958); S. Fuchs, The Gond and Bhumia of Eastern Mandla (2d ed. 1968).

References in periodicals archive ?
Ethno-medicinal Plants Used by Gond Tribe of Kukrakhapa, District Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, India.
The collaborative effort of India's Gond tribal artist Bhaiju Shyam, and the two superbly talented storytellers Sirish Rao and Gita Wolf, "Flight Of The Mermaid" is a retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale story of 'The Little Mermaid'.
Dit alles het op die plaas begin, daarom is dit 'n diskoers wat 'n mens emstig moet opneem, veral sedert geskiedskrywers die idee gevestig het dat die begin van die plaas, die besit van gond, die begin van die Afrikaner was.
Surgite [256] wein umb eamus hinc, das und darnach nehmen sie ist: steet auf ind sie die presentz und lasset uns von gond wider darvon, hinen geen.
Two exceptions to the use of this operational definition exist, however, and pertain to the contributions of Valery Gond, Jocelyn Bluteau, Serge-Olivier Kotchi, Bakary Bafetegue Kone, and Sebastien Linares regarding the monitoring of clandestine gold panning in French Guyana, and of Nadine Saad on the issue of potato biodiversity in the Andes.
En privilegiant une demarche d'analyse du DD comme construction sociale et cognitive (Dejean et Gond, 2002) et pour eviter une << derive universelle >> (Torres, 1997 : 15), nous considerons que les PME ne sont pas soumises aux memes contraintes et que les perceptions des dirigeants sont determinantes.
Turkan Gond, Suleyman Demirel Universitesi Tip Fakultesi, Dermatologi Anabilim Dali, Isparta, Turkiye Eposta: turkangonul@yahoo.
com Home International 300 1 Hond The Gond (F Black, Ire) 2 Pennys Stinger (F Smith, Unatt) 3 Barbies Man (P Buckley, Ire) 4 Droopys Kez (m) (E Soppitt, Unatt) 5 Droopys Tobey (m) (G J Hutt, Newc) 6 Ibetx Dot Com (w) (A M Lucas, Hove) 20.
Shri Jangarth Singh Shyam, for example, re-energised Gond painting through silk screen printing.
Example (36a) is a bare noun, (36b) a verb head-adjoined to T(ense) (as in tared-t, '(s)he learned'), (36c) a compound, and (36d) an adjective (gond-talan, 'careless') derived by the combination of the derivational affix -talan, and the noun gond ('thought').
For hundreds of years, the Bharia and Gond tribes of India's remote Patalkot Valley have eked out a culturally unique and environmentally sustainable lifestyle where plants have played a central role in spiritual beliefs, and the land was treated as Mother.
Nun gond sy zum rechten hufen des volcks, vnd redt der Thell zu der gmeind.