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Building bridges and reconnecting with nature, community, and ourselves.

Based in Jharkhand, India and Boston, Massachusetts, we are a media production company whose mission is to build bridges between global communities for a safe and harmonious world by returning a sense of indigenous tribal cultures back to modern experience and understanding.

Through varying forms of media such as fiction and documentary films, and experimental and traditional folk music, our work captures the beauty and ugliness of modern society. We show how humans can reconnect with nature, community, and itself through the spirit of collectivity and equality.

Film Projects


Dhumkkudiya exposes the concealed reality of human and sex trafficking and the exploitation of the indigenous people of Jharkhand, India by the city elites. 


Dhumkkudiya exposes the concealed reality of human and sex trafficking and the exploitation of the indigenous people of Jharkhand, India by the city elites. 

This documentary captures an annual religious festival held in northeastern India where participants test the limits of their mind and body while simultaneously challenging the concept of racism established by the caste system. This festival is almost completely undocumented and undescribed outside of the local community. 

Gram Shabba

A fictional film highlighting the separate and coexistence cultures of traditional and modern inhabitants. 

Path of Ahinsa

A fictional film of the transformation of a tribal member from a harmonious existence between men and nature, to violence. Path of Ahinsa highlights that violence towards others is essentially self-harm. 

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About Jharkhand

Jharkhand is a northeastern state in India, with capital Ranchi. Jharkhand is rich in natural resources, such as minerals and forestation. Two-fifths of the population of Jharkhand are indigenous or tribal Indians. Tribal celebrations are held during festive time, which provides occasions for tribal villages to display their cultural dances and art.