THE VAN-GUJJARS are traditionally a forest-dwelling nomadic community in the Uttarakhand Himalayas. They and their buffaloes are now at constant odds with state “development” and “conservation” policies. Amla is a sweet-sour wild berry, often eaten with a pinch of salt and much sought after for its rich vitamin C content.
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