Monthly Archives: January 2021

The uncivilized food

Published on January 28, 2021 under volume3-issue4-article
The uncivilized food
A rainy day of the end of August. Raindrops kept pouring over the green waves of rice fields. It seems that there would be a good harvest this year. Ranu looked outside the door, came back lazily and peeped into the drum, where she stores rice from previous years. She…
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The world of flowers

Published on January 27, 2021 under volume3-issue4-article
The world of flowers
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but the beauty of flowers seems to be universal. Flowers are associated with every occasion of human life as symbols of expression, making them somewhat of a living emoticon. Culture and geography greatly influence the specificities of flowers for each occasion although…
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Wild uncultivated edible plants of India

Published on January 26, 2021 under volume3-issue4-wildplants
Wild uncultivated edible plants of India
Physalis minima L. Family: Solanaceae Physalis minima or little gooseberry is one of the common plants in agricultural fields and rural roadsides. Considered as a weed, this herbaceous member has wider culinary acceptance among the tribes of Southern India. Communities like, Toda, Kota, Kurumba, Paniya, Irula, Badaga and Lambanis use…
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Glimpses Of Nature And Culture

Published on January 26, 2021 under volume3-issue4-glimpses
Glimpses Of Nature And Culture
Aam-aadmi (The Mango people) “Mango” word itself is one of the identifiers of India. This magical word entangles with countless stories, history, innumerable local landraces, sprawling economy, and regional competition, a summary formed of diverse social-cultural and economic network. Let’s listen to a great live story of “Migration for Mango”…
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