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List of websites covered by the present Custom search engine

  1. ACCORD (Action for Community Organisation, Rehabilitation and Development) – www.adivasi.net
  2. Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) – www.atree.org
  3. Freedom United – www.freedomunited.org
  4. Government of India (all websites ending on “.gov.in”)
  5. Shodhganga (a reservoir of Indian theses) – https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in
  6. Survival International – www.survivalinternational.org
  7. Unesco – https://en.unesco.org
  8. Unicef – www.unicef.org
  9. United Nations – www.un.org/en
  10. Video Volunteers – www.videovolunteers.org
  • Refine your search for specific information on any region, State or Union territory in the above search window by combining its name with a particular community or subject/issue of special interest (e.g. “eco tourism tribe”, “Indian tribal language”, “tribal community children”, “tribal education”, “Adivasi wildlife conservation”, “tribal custom northeast India”, “Bastar crafts”, “tribal cultural heritage”, “women’s health”, “nutrition indigenous knowledge”, “West Ghats ethnobotany”, “biodiversity village”, “sacred grove”, “northwestern region tribe”)
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  • Find publishing details for Shodhganga search results >>
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