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By T. Pullaiah, K. V. Krishnamurthy, Bir Bahadur

This is the second one of a five-volume set. This sequence of volumes at the ethnobotany of other areas of India melds very important wisdom in a single position. India is among the most vital areas of the previous global and has culturally wealthy and various wisdom platforms. The specialist authors were chosen to summarize info at the a number of features of ethnobotany of India, resembling ethnoecology, conventional agriculture, cognitive ethnobotany, fabric resources, conventional pharmacognosy, ethnoconservation concepts, bioprospection of ethnodirected wisdom, and safeguard of ethnobotanical knowledge.

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As examples we can mention the Banias of Gujarat and the Sarawat Brahmins of Konkan region. The community of traders by sea was variously called: Sagarapatoganas, Navikas, Mahanavikas, etc. However, the participation of these local trading communities in the trade network of W. 1). 1 The Indian Coast of Erythraean Sea showing major ports as in the first century CE. svg). 40 Ethnobotany of India Volume 2: Western Ghats and West Coast of Peninsular India The 5th to 4th centuries BCE provided evidence of sailing between W.

Ethnopharmacol. 134, 851–864. Bhagat Singh, A. (2014). Vazhum Moodhathaiyarkal-2 (=Living Ancestors-2). Thodargal (=Todas). Kaadu 1(2), 24–31. Bhagat Singh, A. (2015). Vazhum Moodhathaiyarkal-3 (=Living Ancestors-3). Kotthars (=Kotas). Kaadu, 1(3), 22–29. Bhagat Singh, A. (2015). Vazhum Moodhathaiyarkal-5 (=Living Ancestors-6), Anamalai Kaadargal (=Kadars). Kaadu 1(5), 38–45. Bhagat Singh, A. (2015). Vazhum Moodhathaiyarkal-6 (=Living Ancestors-6) Kaanigal (=Kanis). Kaanigal (=Kanis). Kaadu 1(6), 26–34.

15 SIDDHIS The Siddhis of North Karnataka are a scheduled tribal community. Considered to be traditionally nomadic, the siddhis are Muslims. Siddhis also live in Gujarat. Interestingly the Siddhis have genetic affinity with S. African populations. This suggests their probable migration through sea route and their settling down in these places, rather than migrating through land/coastal route. Siddhis are reported to use 69 species of plants for medicinal purposes. They are generally short-distance nomads in the semi-evergreen forests Ethnic Diversity 29 of North Karnataka.

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