Safe Search engine for use by teachers and pupils

  1. to find suitable information and media contents for educational purposes, type keywords like “tribal cultural heritage in India” or “Shola forest biodiversity” here >>
  2. modify your search for up-to-date information by replacing these keywords by “Indian tribal language”, Adivasi music”, “Santal dance”, “Gujarat tribal education” etc.
  3. for video contents, include “youtube” or “vimeo” among the keywords
  4. for detailed reports and research papers, do the same with the help of the search window seen below

Please note: due to the inclusion of international organisations, search results may list publications on issues concerning American “Indian” communities including Indigenous of Brazil and Canada. To limit results to India, insert “India” and specific names into your query: an Indian state or region like Andaman, Jharkhand, Wayanad and Odisha; or the name of a tribal community (e.g. Bhil, Gond, Santal or Warli). | Sitemap – Names of tribal communities >>

Reports and resources for education and research purposes

Find up-to-date information provided by, for and about Indian authors, researchers, officials, and educatorsMore search options >>
Search tips: in the search field seen here, type the name of any tribal (Adivasi) community, region, state or language; add keywords of special interest (childhood, language, sacred grove, tribal education, women); consider rights to which Scheduled Tribes are entitled (FRA Forest Rights Act, protection from illegal mining, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, right to education, Universal Declaration of Human Rights); specify any other issue or news item you want to learn more about (biodiversity, climate change, ecology, economic development, ethnobotany, ethnomedicine, global warming, health, nutrition and malnutrition, rural poverty)

For a list of websites included in a single search, click here. To search Indian periodicals, magazines, web portals and other sources safely, click here. To find an Indian PhD thesis on a particular tribal community, region and related issues, click here >>