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Radio Sangharsh is a communication platform that connects the grassroots stories with the outer world using the simple technology of mobile phones to empower local communities with a voice! People from the Mahan forests can share with you their real life stories about living in the forest. Feel connected to the nature!

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  • Life with Forests

    Virender Singh shares how Mahan forest is a source of livelihood for about 13,000 people across more than 62 villages. He expresses his concern over the debasement of so many families and communities. Listen to him demand his community’s right under the forest act 2006-07. He requests the audience of Radio Sangharsh to call the collector and DFO urging them take a stand for the rights of the communities in and around Mahan forest and against its destruction. The contact numbers: Collector - Mr. M Salvendran - 9425821181, DFO - Mr. S.K. Singh - 9424793525

  • Livelihoods in the forest

    Life with the Mahan forest is fulfilling, and Ramlalu Singh Kairwar expresses it beautifully. A tribal from Budher village, tehsil sarai, district Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, he talks about how his livelihood is dependent on Mahaan forest. Listen to the excitement with which he shares how he cultivates rice and vegetables on his land and gets tendu leaves, Mahua fruits, Bela and other important things for his life from the forest. Like all other Mahan communities, he is upset and not in favor of coal mining. He is happy and comfortable with no dissatisfaction with his traditional way of living.

  • Life with Forests

    Virender Singh shares how Mahan forest is a source of livelihood for about 13,000 people across more than 62 villages. He expresses his concern over the debasement of so many families and communities. Listen to him demand his community’s right under the forest act 2006-07. He requests the audience of Radio Sangharsh to call the collector and DFO urging them take a stand for the rights of the communities in and around Mahan forest and against its destruction. The contact numbers: Collector - Mr. M Salvendran - 9425821181, DFO - Mr. S.K. Singh - 9424793525

  • Livelihoods in the forest

    Life with the Mahan forest is fulfilling, and Ramlalu Singh Kairwar expresses it beautifully. A tribal from Budher village, tehsil sarai, district Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, he talks about how his livelihood is dependent on Mahaan forest. Listen to the excitement with which he shares how he cultivates rice and vegetables on his land and gets tendu leaves, Mahua fruits, Bela and other important things for his life from the forest. Like all other Mahan communities, he is upset and not in favor of coal mining. He is happy and comfortable with no dissatisfaction with his traditional way of living.

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