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Welfare programmes and schools functioning under Tribal Welfare Department – Tamil Nadu

Scheduled Tribes of Tamilnadu ADI DRAVIDAR AND TRIBAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT  POLICY NOTE 2018 – 2019 INTRODUCTION:  As per the census of 2011, the population of Tamil Nadu is 7.21 crore [72,1 million] of which Scheduled Castes (known as Adi Dravidar … Continue reading

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On stereotypes and “three kinds of knowledge” (universal, community and individual knowledge): Papers presented for “Tribes In Transition-II: Reaffirming Indigenous Identity Through Narrative” (National Conference) – New Delhi

[Bold typeface added above for emphasis] Parallel Session 2: Land, Identity and Tribal Autobiographical NarrativesChaired by: Sandesha Rayappa, JNU, New DelhiPaper Presenters: Mahi S. Thavarathu (JNU, New Delhi), P. Rajitha Venugopal (JMI, New Delhi), Vasundhara Gautam (BML Manjul University, Gurgaon), … Continue reading

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Anthropological Museum in Mysore – Karnataka

Anthropological Museum Manav Bhawan, Bogadi Mysore, Karnataka Anthropological Survey of India www.ansi.gov.in The Anthropological Museum is a treasure trove of objects and weapons used by the South Indian communities, primarily the tribal communities, of India. Established in 1965 by the … Continue reading

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