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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 modern resources: eBook & eJournal & eLearning
  5. retrieving information provided by government institutions and international organizations (NGOs): select websites
  6. finding new publicationsbooks on tribal culture and related resources
  7. in-depth research: combine search terms or names in the Worldcat.org search window below

 

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