Linked on our blogs with Search on this blog with the Keyword Indigenous, and same search on our other blogs (see the long list down of this page)
The Telugu people or Telugus (Telugu: తెలుగు ప్రజలు) are an ethnic group of India. They are the native speakers of the Telugu language, the most commonly spoken language in India after Hindi and Bengali. They are one of the many Dravidian ethnic groups that inhabit South India. They are mostly native to Andra Pradesh, with significant populations in Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Orissa.
Tamils, in their Sangam literature in the beginning of Christian era, called Telugu people Vadugu, Vadagu, Vadugar etc., meaning “northerners”. Jayagondar’s work called Kalingattupparani used words like Telungaru and Vadugu to describe Telugus. … (full long text on en.wikipedia /Pople). More on Telugu on en.wikipedia: Distinguishion /Discussions, the Language, and the Native Speakers;
The Telugu Website.com – Associations for and by the Telugu People, World’s first Encyclopedia of Telugu (Natives in Andhra Pradesh/India). Telugu vaariki ee website oka encyclopedia kaavaalani maa aakaanksha. Telugu vaaru prapanchamlo yekkada unna Telugu loanae maatlaadaalani maa aasa. Ee prayathnam phalinchaalani ee teluguwebsite.com thayaaru chaesaamu. Ashta Dikpaalakulu, Nakshatraalu vanti arudaina Telugu padaalu ee home-page lo unnaayi. Migathaa vishayaalu separate pages lo classify chaesaamu. Mee comments email cheyyandi. (Telugu lo maatlaadandi. (Telugu vaadinani garvapadandi) … Do you have a Telugu Website? Want to add URL? Missing Data?
Want your name in Meeru Telugaa? – Site owned by: YourBabysName Dot Com Pvt Ltd, Chennai, India … Contacts.
The Foundation is a registered body that attempts to document and promote research in themes directly relevant in understanding of Indian Diaspora. TeluguDiaspora.com website attempts to document the history of Telugu emigration through its activities, both academic and cultural. Telugu Diaspora consists of Telugus living beyond the borders of current day Andhra Pradesh- those living overseas and within India. The Telugu Diaspora identifies with various aspects of Telugu the language they speak, Telugu. The present Telugu Diaspora communities have their origins mainly from the state of Andhra Pradesh (India) and other parts of India including Presidency of Madras.
Patterns of Telugu Emigration: … (full long text Welcome Page to Telugu Diaspora).
Some of our posts on our different blogs, by the search-key INDIGENOUS:
On the blog Economy and Society:
- Bolivia hosts alternative summit on people and Mother Earth;
- Venezuela Grants Land to Indigenous Communities On Indigenous Resistance Day;
- Hopi and Navajo Elders Warned Lehman Bros.;
- Amazonia, to die for – Offer R$ 1 million for your life;
- A Papuan woman fighting for human and environmental rights;
- Ecuador – Clash of old and new;
- an Indigenous Approach on Bridging the Digital Divide;
- Coalition for Indigenous Soverignty Call to Action;
- Interactive Dialogue to ensure ICT Access for All.
On the blog Humanitarian Texts:
- The Algonquins of Barriere Lake demand Canada respect their right to traditional government;
- Land grab fears for Ethiopian rural communities;
- Humanitarian Crisis in Haiti;
- Ronald W. Walters 1938-2010: A fighter against global apartheid;
- Forest Peoples’ Programme and others send letter to Zoellick on palm oil;
- Indigenous Wisdom Speaks;
- The Role of the Communes in Venezuela;
- The Final Stages of a Genocide;
- The Ethics of Online Videos;
- Big Mountain Native writes an appeal;
- FIRST NATIONS, FIRST RESISTANCE;
- Let’s Bring Love and Revolution Together;
- Peru: Congress repeals controversial Amazon laws;
- GGJ and Inter-Alliance Dialogue Presenting before Congressional Progressive Caucus;
- MEDIA-PHILIPPINES: Community Radio – Balm in Troubled Areas;
- Where was the Color in Seattle?
- American Indian Boarding School Experiences: Recent Studies from Native Perspectives;
- INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND BOARDING SCHOOLS;
- Soul Wound: The Legacy of Native American Schools;
- Humanitarian Imperialism;
- International Day of the World’s Indigenous People 9 August 2008;
- Bruno Manser, Land Rights;
- Tibet – revolt with memories.
- Lessons from the uprisings in the Maghreb;
- Western Sahara is not a forgotten conflict;
- The problem with Africans and Arabs;
- The death of Nigerian progressive politics?
- An activist response to abuse, personal and political;
- Why do sparrows thrive in America but not here?
- Welcome to the world of Bruno Manser’s photographs;
- Gabon’s Lords of Poverty;
- Right to Food’s Access to land report;
- The invention of the indigène;
- Crisis of democracy in Africa;
- What Africa Has Taught Me;
- Regulating land grabbing?
- Imagine! Cyber Wars INSTEAD OF Battlefields;
- Integration or federation? Towards political unity for Africa;
- Championing the transformation of African society;
- People creating change in Africa;
- Biopiracy, the intellectual property regime and livelihoods in Africa;
- Portugal supports ITU’s Connect a School / Connect a Community Initiative;
- MADRE Presents Report to UN Human Rights Committee on the Situation in Colombia;
- Our Black World;
- Requests for Information: 24 – 30 May 2010;
- Conference on Educating for Human Rights, Peace and Intercultural Dialogue;
- Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth;
- REDD: Seeing the forest for the trees;
- Revisiting Economic Man;
- Irish Centre for Human Rights 2010 Summer Schools;
- Call for Action – Elections Committee on ESCR by ECOSOC;
- Training program for indigenous advocates;
- Advisory Committee discusses draft Declaration on human rights education and training;
- Nicaragua: confirming land ownership for indigenous group;
- United Nations Human Rights Prize 2008;
- UN Special Rapporteur on indigenous people concludes visit to Brazil;
- on HR resolution 2001/24.