Slideshow | The Food Book of four communities in the Nilgiri mountains: Gudalur Valley – Tamil Nadu

The Food Book of the Bettakurumbas, Paniyas, Mullakurumbas and Kattunayakans of the Gudalur Valley – Tamil Nadu

Tips

Tips: switch to “Reader” view for text reading; for extended viewing of any image, use one finger (tablet) or mouse-click (PC) | More tips >>

Art credit: The children of Vidyodaya School and Shohei Emura with special thanks to Yashodara

Copyright © Adivasi Munnetra Sangam 2013; reproduced here under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
Scanned in low resolution for educational purposes and easy online access on portable devices.

Please note: the original book is printed on high quality paper (23 cm x 18 cm).

To get a printed copy, please contact:

Adivasi Munnetra Sangam
Post Box No. 20
Gudalur – 643212
The Nilgiris District
Tamilnadu,  INDIA
accordgudalur@gmail.com
T: + 91-4262- 261506, 261504

www.adivasi.net

In addition to the actual cost for sending you one or several copies of this book, kindly consider a reasonable donations in favour of the Sangam’s educational projects!

Bank details for Indian and foreign donors are found here: http://www.adivasi.net/vidyodaya.php

The Trust has now been permitted to receive funds from foreign sources too (Vide our No. 075970111. Dated: 9th May 2006)

All Indian contributors are exempt under Section 80 G of the income Tax Act.

In case you wish to make a bank transfer, please contact us over phone or email and we will give you the Bank Account number.
If you wish to volunteer please take a look at our current volunteer requirement.
Tel. No. 91-4262-261927

Source: Adivasi.net – Vidyodaya
Address : http://www.adivasi.net/vidyodaya.php
Date Visited: 18 January 2021

Related posts

Tips for using interactive maps

  1. toggle to normal view (from reader view) should the interactive map not be displayed by your tablet, smartphone or pc browser
  2. for details and hyperlinks click on the rectangular button (left on the map’s header)
  3. scroll and click on one of the markers for information of special interest
  4. explore India’s tribal cultural heritage with the help of another interactive map >>