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Ghotuls: The Schools of the Jungle

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Jungle SchoolsKingdom of the Young
Article on the fascinating system of tribal education involving free sex, hunting, dancing, and music.
Ghotuls: Pointers to Further Study

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An Adivasi making rope from tree bark
Survival Education at Ghotul
A Student at Ghotul
Bells of a Adivasi Dancer

Savage or Civilized?
Adivasi Student
A Student at Ghotul
Savage or Civilized?

A Student in a Tribal Educational Institution of Ghotul
Student at Tribal School
Male Student at Ghotul Tribal School
A Student in a Tribal Educational Institution of Ghotul

Tribal Beauty
Student at Ghotul

See Also:

  • Old-timey Education -- Dr. Jyotsna Kamat hosts an amusing online exhibition of historical artifacts on education in India through the centuries

 

Ghotul Institutions
  Schools of Jungle

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An Adivasi making rope from tree barkBells of a Adivasi DancerA Student in a Tribal Educational Institution of Ghotul
A Student in a Tribal Educational Institution of GhotulSavage or Civilized?Savage or Civilized?
Tribal Beauty
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