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  • Sarjom Baha

    Flower of 'Sal' tree, a sacred mark of Santal . Know its significance and religious value .

  • Jaher than

    Jaher Than is a worshipping place, Know its significance and religious value .

  • The Hul: Santal Revolt | Sido-Kanhu

    Hul is the Santal word which means movement of liberation . Know about 'Sido-Kanhu' who leaded this great movement

Santhaledisom.com is India's Leading tribal website that works for "Santali" to ensure our Language,Culture & Musics reach Our Full Potential,  like another tribes in India ,Santali has never been promoted and is yet to be seen and understood  . We provide unprecedented connections and reach to promote our Language,Culture throughout the world .
The evolution of Internet has opened great doors for "Santali" to be brought up to make the most of this new digital dynamic .
Our role is to assist this in successfully uplifting this most enriched tribe in India .
This website has collection of more than 1000+songs and also a huge datafront of Santali Content in form of Mp3,Videos,ebooks . To promote the Santali Language & ol chiki, E-disom also developed and still working on an Online Learning System for Santhali language and Ol chiki script on Demand of need that came from across the world, now at present  more than 500+ people from all over the world are learning the Santhali Languae & Ol chiki . This website promotes the digital entertainment and knowledgebase of Santali Contents to all over the world and here it becomes the only Online Publisher and Tech development website for Santali .


DIGITAL PUBLISHING ON  EMERGING MEDIA BY DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGIES

E-disom has set its sites specifically on the emerging digital distribution platforms which we believe are the future of  Santals.  Below is some list of content of our site .













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"Tribal have just long a history as our own, and while they are less developed than our own in many respects, they are often developed in others"



Evans-Pritchard,
Anthropologist,
wrote about Adivasi in Social anthropology(1951)