Tips for using posts

For related posts, click on the hyperlinks seen below each post (e.g. Tribal identity).

Please note

  • each hyperlink seen under “Tagged” (or “Tags“) refers to a particular tribal community (e.g. “Soliga”, if applicable); clicking such a hyperlink leads to related posts;
  • hyperlinks seen under “Posted in” (or “Categories“) lead to related resources or discoveries (e.g. “Ethnobotany”), region of India (e.g. “Western Ghats – tribal heritage & ecology”), topic (e.g. “Revival of traditions”), concept (e.g. “Rights of Indigenous Peoples”), development (e.g. “Success story”) or issue (e.g. “Forest Rights Act FRA”)
  • posts on specific tribal communities are found here: Sitemap – Names of tribal communities
  • many more posts and pages are found with the Search this website window; best results are obtained by combining search words or names such as:
    Meghalaya music“, “Santali education“, “Soliga custom“, “Kerala tribal health“, “Tamil Nadu tribe biodiversity“, “Narmada Bhil” …

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  1. checking the sub-menus under Learn more, Tips, Tribal culture, Maps, Media (including photos and videos), and Links
  2. browsing up-to-date news reports and special features on a particular community –  its customs, language, music or manner of dealing with modernity (e.g. educational opportunities and women’s issues): search select periodicals
  3. fact-checking: Indian magazines and web portals – news coverage and analysis
  4. using other resources: eBook & eJournal & eLearning
  5. to gather information provided by government institutions, Indian universities and international organizations (NGOs, United Nations, Unicef), click here
  6. finding new publicationsbooks on tribal culture and related resources
  7. in-depth research: combine search terms or names in the search window below


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