ETHNONYMS: Jenu-Koyyo-Shola-Nayakas, Jenu Kurumba, Kattu Naikr, Kattu Nayaka, Naicken, Naiken, Naikr, Sola Nayaka
See also Kurumbas
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Bird, Nurit (1987). "The Kurumbas of the Nilgiris: An Ethnographic Myth?" Modern Asian Studies 24:173-189.
Bird-David, Nurit (1988). "An Introduction to the Naikens: The People and the Ethnographic Myth." In Blue Mountains: The Ethnography and Biogeography of a South Indian Region, edited by Paul Hockings, 249-280. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
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