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Zvelebil Kamil V., 1.-. (1990). The language of the shōlegas, nilgiri area, south india. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 110, 417–433.  
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Wolf, R. K. (2005). The black cow's footprint: Time, space and music in the lives of the kotas of south india. New Delhi: Permanent Black.  
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WALKING IS A WAY OF KNOWING: In a Kadar Forest. (2018). Kirkus Reviews, 86(8), 1–1.  
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Venkatesh, A., & Veena, N. (2013). Mobility patterns and gendered practices among soliga people in karnataka, india. In Gender, Mobilities, and Livelihood Transformations (pp. 132–147). Routledge.  
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Usha, N., & Janardhana, G. R. (2014). Diversity of Macrofungi in the Western Ghats of Karnataka (India). Indian Forester, 140(5), 531–536.  
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Unknown. Chapter on BR Hills and Soligas. Distribution.  
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Uma, M., & Ravindra, U. (2020). Economic impact of cultivation of nutri rich crop verities by soliga farmers at mm hills of karnataka. Pharma Innovation J, 9(12), 101–104.  
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Taiwo, O. O., Fehrenbacher, A. E., & Cooke, A. (2021). Material Insecurity, Racial Capitalism, and Public Health. The Hastings Center report, 51(6), 17–22.  
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Sundaram, B., Krishnan, S., Hiremath, A., & Joseph, G. (2012). Ecology and impacts of the invasive species, lantana camara, in a social-ecological system in south india Perspectives from local knowledge. Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 40(6), 931–942.  
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Sudarshan, H., & Seshadri, T. (2015). Health of tribal people in India: A linear paper for the National Tribal Human Development Report (in press) BR Hills, Chamarajanagar, Karnataka, India: Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India & United Nations Development Program.  
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STEUR, L. (2014). An ‘Expanded’ Class Perspective: Bringing capitalism down to earth in the changing political lives of Adivasi workers in Kerala. Modern Asian Studies, 48(5), 1334–1357.  
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STEUR, L. (2011). Adivasis, Communists, and the rise of indigenism in Kerala. Dialectical Anthropology, 35(1), 59–76.  
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Somasundaram, H. N., & Kibe, R. V. (1990). Soliga, the Tribe and Its Stride The Tribe and Its Stride. Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra.  
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The soligas of B.R. Hills A demographic study. textbar POPLINE.org.  
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Sivramkrishna, S. (2022). retracing buchanan’s journey through madras, mysore, canara and malabar  . On BIC Events [Youtube]. Bangalore: Bangalore International Centre.  
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Sinha, A., & Bawa, K. S. (2002). Harvesting techniques, hemiparasites and fruit production in two non-timber forest tree species in south India. Forest Ecology and Management, 168(1-3), 289–300.  
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Si, A., & Agnihotri, S. (2014). Solega place names and their ecological significance. Anthropological Linguistics, 389–414.  
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Shetty, S., & Moolya, K. Third Sector Initiatives in the Socio-economic Empowerment of the Marginalized: A Study of Soligara Abhivrudhdhi Sangha ( SAS ) in India.  
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Shanker, K., Hiremath, A., & Bawa, K. (2005). Linking biodiversity conservation and livelihoods in india. PLoS Biology, 3(11), 1878.  
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Setty, S. R., Bawa, K., Ticktin, T., & Gowda, M. C. (2008). Evaluation of a participatory resource monitoring system for nontimber forest products: The case of Amla (Phyllanthus spp.) fruit harvest by Soligas in South India. Ecology and Society, 13(2).  
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