The Food Book of the Bettakurumbas, Paniyas, Mullakurumbas and Kattunayakans of the Gudalur Valley – Tamil Nadu
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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).
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Adivasi Munnetra Sangam
Post Box No. 20
Gudalur – 643212
The Nilgiris District
T: + 91-4262- 261506, 261504
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The Trust has now been permitted to receive funds from foreign sources too (Vide our No. 075970111. Dated: 9th May 2006)
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Date Visited: 18 January 2021
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