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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Home
    Descriptive info: .. cultcha on the move.. Read.. jump to content | Zum Inhalt springen.. Navigation:.. Fresh.. Archives.. About.. NURSE-MA movie.. Dalits and Adivasis.. The most of the Christians in the Jeypore Evangelical Lutheran Church (JELC) are Dalits (oppressed people) and Adivasis (indigenous people).. Above you see the Bishop and the people from Devighat.. Read on.. top of page.. visiting Nowrangpur.. Driving overland with the  ...   how the missioners travelled and still you see this transport here on the way to Nowrangpur.. Recent Entries.. as guests in Jeypore church.. footsteps of great-grandpa & great-grandma.. Chennai.. Pondicherry.. India Mamallapuram.. India.. Thanks for the good time!.. Welcome to the Fórum Cultural Mundial 2006.. Search.. Search this site:.. 2001 2011 Axel Lischke |.. Contact Disclaimer.. jump to navigation | Zur Navigation springen..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Archives
    Descriptive info: navigation:.. cultcha archives.. Articles by month.. nach oben.. Articles by category.. Brazil 06.. Brazil 2004.. Brazil 2005.. Fórum.. brasil2001.. germany..

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  • Title: Nurse-Ma
    Descriptive info: Forum.. Nurse-Ma - Ein Leben mit den Adivasi.. Dokumentarfilm - Deutschland/Indien 2011 - 55 min.. Ein Film von:.. Veit Conrad.. Axel Lischke.. Matthias Krüger.. In Indien hat jeder Bürger per Gesetz das Recht auf eine gesundheitliche Grundversorgung.. Dennoch leben viele Ureinwohner, die Adivasi, völlig auf sich allein gestellt in oft unzugänglichen Gegenden.. In den 70er Jahren baute die deutsche Gemeindeschwester Annemarie Gieselbusch in den Bergen Orissas ein Netzwerk von Gesundheitshelfern auf.. Nach ihrer Pensionierung kam sie noch einmal nach Indien und die Menschen hatten sie nicht vergessen.. Sie luden Annemarie ein, bei Ihnen zu bleiben.. Sechs Monate im Jahr lebt sie nun mit den Adivasi und leistet wieder erste Hilfe..  ...   Adivasi, sie schildert ihre Sicht auf ihr Leben mit Ihnen.. Der Zuschauer wird mitgenommen auf eine Reise in die Welt der indigenen Urbevölkerung Orissas und begleitet Frau Gieselbusch an die Originalplätze ihres Lebens in Indien.. Im Krankenhaus in Nowrangarpur, in dem sie früher arbeitete, trifft sie ehemalige Kollegen.. Vor der Krankenstation in Doliambo berichtet sie davon, wie sie damals hier das Gesundheitshelfer-Netzwerk aufgebaut hat.. Der Zuschauer lernt Ihren Gärtner Utra kennen und den Heiler Tilsu Manding, der heute nach Ihrem Vorbild arbeitet.. Annemarie Gieselbusch ist in der ganzen Region bekannt und die Adivasi nennen sie liebevoll die Nurse-Ma.. Trailer.. Nurse-Ma - Ein Leben mit den Adivasi (German Trailer).. from.. on.. Vimeo..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Blog : Dalits and Adivasis
    Descriptive info: February 04, 2007.. These are the children of the Child Development Centre in Devighat, showing us their welcome ceremony.. Through this institution the JELC is recruiting sponsorship all over the world for the education of children from poor family-background.. Driving through countryside, we often stopped to take pictures of the idyllic landscape.. Beneath one of the typical rice-fields of Adivasi-people.. On Sundays Adivasi come to the market along the main road and sell their products.. Woman wear beautiful clothes on  ...   from village to town and transport is expensive, one has to share a car with lots of people.. I don't know how many fit to an Indian car, but sitting on the roof while driving normal speed, you have to have faith to the driver.. This kind of tree, seems to be almost dead, but suddenly red blossoms cover it and it looks beautiful in the wide landscape.. axel at February 4, 2007 10:04 AM.. Read more:.. visiting Nowrangpur (older).. |..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Blog : visiting Nowrangpur
    Descriptive info: February 02, 2007.. In Nowrangpur we had a real nice ceremony with women singing a beautiful song in Oriya (local language) for us.. When we came out of the church, there where a small discussion between some men.. I did not understand and asked for the subject.. They told me they are local journalists and wanted to know, if we regret what Germany has done during the second world war.. I was surprised being asked this as I am obviously not a member of war-generation, but it seems one cant escape from the history of its country and this horrible trauma is still projected on Germans in some places of the world.. The church in Nowrangpur is still the same of the old days, except the tower which was reconstructed after breaking down in a  ...   was inaugurated last year.. Probably the first work on the construction has started already now.. Nowrangpur has also a hospital, which is the best equipped one in the whole region.. Some very qualified doctors from different places in India work here.. In front of the building one can see the merciful Samaritan - a symbol for the credo of this institution.. It offers a good service for people who often don't have the financial possibilities to afford medical help.. The house where my great-grandparents lived from 1926 to 1931 is still there.. Nowadays the family of a former head officer of the high-school stays there.. They invited me for a tea and we had a very nice talk.. axel at February 2, 2007 09:18 AM.. as guests in Jeypore church (older).. Dalits and Adivasis (newer)..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Blog : as guests in Jeypore church
    Descriptive info: February 01, 2007.. One of the most impressing difference between Indian and German churches is the colourful decoration.. It remains from Christmas to eastern and gives them a very friendly and beautiful look.. During worship service, women are sitting on the carpets in front.. The altar and chancel are still the old ones of the days when the Mission started here.. On every visit we received loads of flowers, probably to make us look a little more colourful ;-).. Of course we wanted to see also the old missionary-buildings.. This one is from Koraput and its the place where my great-grandfather and great-grandmother lived for 2 years.. Nowadays its the office of the Christian organisation of the Adivasis (the indigenous population of this region).. The one beneath is in Kotpad.. It is not in use any more.. My great-grandpa was doing his first service here as an substitute of an other missioner.. The congregation has plans to host a technical research institute here in the future.. It would at least preserve the buildings.. The sign above you can  ...   a good condition and the teachers told us, they have to wait months for their salaries from the Indian government.. Its a hard thing to know, that these cute kids probably cant go to school any more in future days.. I mean kids are the future of this country and good education for the next generation can help this poor region to develop better.. We often were shown to the graveyards, where still some tombs of former missioners can be seen.. This one impressed me a lot.. Its covered by mango-trees.. Imagine the trees with flowers and fruits - a magic place.. Above you see me with the former head of Kotpad high school Mr Danphul.. We had a very interesting talk about education and the actual situation in JELC (Jeypore Evangelical Lutheran Church).. Finally we still made it to visit the widow-ashram in Kotpad.. Here you see us with our presents we got from that nice ladies - I love this picture.. axel at February 1, 2007 10:29 AM.. footsteps of great-grandpa & great-grandma (older).. visiting Nowrangpur (newer)..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Blog : footsteps of great-grandpa & great-grandma
    Descriptive info: January 28, 2007.. From Chennai we headed north to Vishakapatnam.. It is an over 1,5 million city in the state of Andhra Pradesh.. In 1893 my great-grandfather Johannes Leuckfeld arrived here by boat from Germany, from where he was sent as a missionary to the interior of Orissa, one of the poorest regions in India at this time.. Now, more than 100 years later we made the trip by train over the mountains of the eastern ghats.. It took us around 10 hours through that beautiful landscape.. The missionaries went by bullcars, because there weren't any trains nor solid roads at all.. Along the railway-track you see lots of rice-fields and always this amazing red soil.. Long time ago this region was covered by rainforest and travelling through it was certainly not an easy thing.. But farmers burnt the woods down through the years so humidity remains only in  ...   ceremony, which last a few days.. We were welcomed very warm by the congregation.. They sang their hymn which I recognized as the famous German church-song "Lobe den Herren".. By coincidence we arrived on the birthday of a former bishop of Jeypur (biggest city in that region), so we were asked to participate in a ceremony on his grave together with his daughter and her family-members.. We often were shown around and visited some of the social institutions like this widow-ashram.. The lady on my side is around 90 years old and asked me to say a prayer for the inhabitants of this ashram.. I did not expected anything like this, but who could say No in such a situation.. Kids were all around all the time, especially when Veit was recording with his videocamera.. axel at January 28, 2007 11:57 AM.. Chennai (older).. as guests in Jeypore church (newer)..

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  • Title: cultcha ◊ Blog : Chennai
    Descriptive info: January 26, 2007.. After hours stuck in the local traffic, we arrived in Chennai at night.. Our first impression was this view from the rooftop.. Click below to see how it looks during daytime.. Chennai seemed to be for me a very traditional city.. We had one day of visiting, it was the 26th of January - Indian Republic day.. Rickshaws are a very popular transport in whole India.. As foreigners we had to learn to bargain well with the drivers ;-).. Here Steve and Veit check out the proposal of a cityguide.. The temples in Tamil Nadu are so colourful and well  ...   of the film-moguls in Tamil Nadu.. First thing we thought was: Wow, startrek! ;-) In the background you can see a part of the Chennai-University.. Isn't it a nice mixture?.. Like in Pondicherry, we found a cathedral in Chennai and its even more famous.. Its the St.. Thomas church and its they say the bones of St.. Thomas are beneath its walls.. I found this photograph of the first version at was surprised to see, it was build in the same year when my great-grandfather travelled to India ;-).. axel at January 26, 2007 07:35 AM.. Pondicherry (older).. footsteps of great-grandpa & great-grandma (newer)..

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