Witerson M. Sangma, social worker from Meghalaya's Chiringmagre village shares how ancient traditions and tribal culture help preserve a patch of pristine biodiversity in Meghalaya’s South Garo Hills
Voices of Rural India curates stories from rural India in their own voices. The author, Witerson M. Sangma is a social worker, teacher, and Project Manager at Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE), a green technology and travel company with whom he has solar electrified about 20 villages so far in the Northeast.
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