Irula



ETHNONYMS: Erilagaru, Iraligar, Irulan, Kasaba, Kasava, Kasuba, Ten Vanniya, Vana Palli, Villaya


See also Badaga ; Kota ; Kurumbas

Bibliography

Buchanan, Francis (later, Buchanan-Hamilton) (1807). A Journey from Madras through the Countries of Mysore, Canara, and Malabar. Vol. 2. London: W. Buhner & Co.


Jebadhas, A. William, and William A. Noble (1989). "The Irulas." In Blue Mountains: The Ethnography and Biogeography of a South Indian Region, edited by Paul Edward Hockings, 281-303. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.


Nambiar, P. K., and T. B. Bharathi (1965). Census of India, 1961 . Vol. 9, Madras, pt. 6. Village Survey Monographs, no. 20, Hallimoyar. Delhi: Manager of Publications, Government of India.


Nambiar, P. K., and T. B. Bharathi (1966). Census of India, 1961 . Vol. 9, Madras, pt. 6. Village Survey Monographs, no. 23, Nellithorai. Delhi: Manager of Publications.


Zvelebil, Kamil V. (1973-1982). The Irula Language. 3 vols. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.


Zvelebil, Kamil V. (1988). The Irulas of the Blue Mountains. Foreign and Comparative Studies/South Asian Series, no. 13. Syracuse, N.Y.: Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.

WILLIAM A. NOBLE AND A. WILLIAM JEBADHAS

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