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RAW BROOM STICKS TIWA TRIBESMEN

Image ID: 196252099

Caption : Raw Broom sticks (Thysanolaena maxima) are being carried for drying by TIWA tribal men and women in Karbi Anglong district of Assam on January 28, 2018. Broom grass has emerged as the most widely cultivated crop in the hills of Karbi Anglong district of Assam. Cash crops like broom grass is grown in the Jhum fields by the TIWA community people as a mixed crop, so that the next year they could harvest the crop as an additional income from the fallow land. The harvesting seasons of broom starts from first week of January and it continues till the end of March. About 90% of the production is sold during the month of March and April. Karbi Anglong is the largest producer of brooms in the entire country from where it goes to every household of India. Photo: Ritu Raj Konwar

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Photographer :RITU RAJ KONWAR
Category:
Economy Business and Finance
Sub-Category: ECONOMIC SECTOR
Credit: THE HINDU

Creation Date: 2018-01-27
Image Size: 3918 x 2448 pixels
File Size: 2 MB

City : DIPHU
State : ASSAM
Country :INDIA

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TIWA TRIBAL MEN , RAW BROOM STICKS , HILLS , ASSAM

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