Tejgadh

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Tejgadh
town
Tejgadh is located in Gujarat
Tejgadh
Tejgadh
Tejgadh is located in India
Tejgadh
Tejgadh
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 22°21′N 73°55′E / 22.35°N 73.91°E / 22.35; 73.91Coordinates: 22°21′N 73°55′E / 22.35°N 73.91°E / 22.35; 73.91
Country  India
State Gujarat
Languages
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration GJ
Website gujaratindia.com
Exhibit at the tribal academy museum
Tribal craft at the tribal academy museum

Tejgadh is a village in the Vadodara district of Gujarat, India. It is most noted for its Bhasa Research Centre (BRC) of which G. N. Devy is a founder member. The BRC runs the Bhasha Tribal Academy, which is a social service organization aiming for the development of local tribals. It also operates a museum showcasing tribal crafts and library.[1]

It is the home of the Rathwa clan of Adivasis, or Indian tribal people, featured in an article "Rescuing Cultures of India, From A to Z" in the New York Times on November 10, 2008.

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  1. ^ Anjali H. Desai (2007). India Guide Gujarat. India Guide Publications. p. 179. ISBN 978-0-9789517-0-2. Retrieved 28 August 2017. 

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