A Narration of Biocultural Practices of Communities of Sariska Tiger Reserve

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This report attempts to bring forth the perceptions and bio-cultural practices of forest dwelling and forest dependent communities of the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Forming a part of the Aravalli Range, Sariska Tiger Reserve is situated in the Alwar district of the Indian State of Rajasthan.

The report explores the perception of the communities about their relationship with forest resources, their traditional practices with respect to resource governance and major challenges relating to livelihood and land tenure.

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