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Ami Konn? (Who are we?)

Ami Konn (Who are we?) is a short produced for the Storytelling Parade. The film is based on Vithai Zaraunkar, a post graduate of the Goa University and a member of the Kunbi tribe – an aboriginal community in the western Indian state of Goa.

Not permitting insults about her origins, through her schooling, Vithai took matters into her own hands and decided to embrace her roots. She took on a project to record the oral stories and songs of her tribe and the recordings will be a part of the national archive in Delhi with the project funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Govt of India.

The film seeks to explore the mind of Vithai in her own words.

Music: Treeline at Night by A Taylor (licensed from the Music Bed)

Courtesy: Gasper DSouza

Thesis from Goa University available online

An excellent initiative from Goa University!

Goa University

Goa University

Some of the thesis at Goa University are in the public domain.
You could access them at:

The University Grants Commission has suggested that all Ph.D. thesis should be in the public domain.
For a number of Universities in India you could visit: and for thesis from Goa University check::

For a more detailed understanding of the problem of the research culture in India see

Source: Alito