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Ecological References in the Folksongs of the Kurichiyan Tribe of Wayanad – Kerala

Ecological References in the Folksongs of theKurichiyan Tribe of Kerala by Bindu Ramachandran Abstract: This article is on the folksongs of the Kurichiyans, one of many settled agricultural tribes of the Wayanad district of Kerala. Their culture is enriched by a number … Continue reading

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Interview on the award winning documentary “Have You Seen The Arana?”: A sojourn that takes you through the crests, troughs and flats of Wayanad – Kerala

Though Ningal Aranaye Kando has a bleak premise, filmmaker Sunanda Bhat injects it with the lightness of everyday occurrences, simple slice-of-life moments and hope for the future, finds Catherine Rhea Roy. […] It is a woman’s disquiet over the disappearance … Continue reading

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Video | “Kanavu: A School with A Difference” (Wayanad) for and by tribal communities in tune with their environment – Kerala

Once they were the owners of these lands, All these vast expanses of forests, mountains and valleys belonged to them, and they lived of the fruits of nature without disturbing its harmony. Their rhythm of life was in tandem with … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Kuruma community of Wayanad: A living heritage – Kerala

Photos courtesy © 2014 Arun VC

Posted in Anthropology, Crafts and visual arts, Cultural heritage, Homes and utensils, Photos and slideshows, Revival of traditions, Southern region – Southern Zonal Council, Tribal elders, Wayanad, Western Ghats - tribal heritage & ecology | Comments Off on Slideshow | Kuruma community of Wayanad: A living heritage – Kerala

Towards better and healthier education for all tribal children: Pioneering ‘bag- free schools’ in Wayanad – Kerala

Kozhikode: A school in Wayanad, where majority of students hail from tribal and other economically weaker sections, has set a model by doing away with school bags. While lugging heavy school bags has been a daily burden to students elsewhere, … Continue reading

Posted in Childhood and children, Education and literacy, Organizations, Press snippets, Southern region – Southern Zonal Council, Success story, Wayanad | Comments Off on Towards better and healthier education for all tribal children: Pioneering ‘bag- free schools’ in Wayanad – Kerala