The Niyamgiri region in eastern India is a wooded mountain range where the people of Dongria Kondh live a traditional life. The mountains and especially Niyam Raja are sacred places. The mountains are of value to the British mine company Vedanta, too: they are supposed to be developed as winning district for bauxite, a mineral which is used for make-up and nuclear weapons. The Dongria Kondh have to agree to this plan officially. Suma Josson records the fight against the devastation of the unique landscape by an overly powerful company.
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