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TULU RESEARCH : Serial List of older POSTS
1. Tulu language: Origin & Evolution
2. Traces of Tulu-Kannada-Dravida words in Early Sumerian languages
3. Pirak, Prak and Prakrit
4. Brahma worship: Brahma and Bermer
5. Mundkur, Munder
6. Bermer II
* Language and Culture
7. Banta, Bantu
8. Bantu,Bant’ II
9. The Moolasthana concept
* Random ruminations
10. Evolution of Culinary habits
11. Boiled grains to Steam cooked idlis.
12. Rotis: Early oil-free roasted vegetarian food
13. The Tulu script: Origin and revival
14. Evolution of the Kannada script.
15. A charming Tulu word ‘naDeer’
16. Mangalore: Kudla and Nitria
17. Historic Mangalore: Port of Bukkapatna
18. Location of Moolasthanas in Dakshina Kannada
19. Moolasthana
20. Earliest popular fruit in Indian subcontinent
21. The Taste of Tulunadu
22. The Taste of Tulunadu II
23. Boiled grains to.. Idlis.II. An Update
24. Chakku Palam > Jack Fruit
25. Pala and antiquity of Tulu words
26. The origin of the concept of Brahma
27. The Sweet Potato
28. Significance of the Brahma
29. The Rice: Vrihi and Arih
30. Multan and Moolasthana
31. Tulu tribes Migration from Pirak:1000-600 BC
32. Origin of Animal and Spirit worship
33. Brahma-Vishnu-Mahesh
34. Ten incarnations of Vishnu
35. Ancient Spirit worship: Horse mounted heroes
36. Planets as Tulu proper names
37. Early Human migrations.
38. Earliest Indian Tribes
39. One human family with many variations
40. Early evolution of words and languages
* A Tulu stage play: Kariajjerna Kathekulu
41. Origin of the word Tulu I
42. Origin of the word Tulu II
43. Evolution of Tulu language
44. The scale of human migration
45. Origin of the word Bant.
46. Proto Tulu migration Stage I
47. Mundevu (Pandanus)
48. Early Tulu: Stage II 2000-800 BC
49. Early human settlements in South India
50. The legend of Rama
51. Stage III: Migration from Pirak 800-500 BC
52. Munda aborigines of Karavali
53. More on Munda influence on Tulu
54. The legend of Bali
55. Identity of Neolithic South Indians
* Nature-scape of Tulunadu 1
56. Assimilation of Indo-Aryans
57. A word that traveled: Ayana
* Nature-scape of Tulunadu 2
58. Evolution of Early Communities
59. The less evolved ancient tribes
60. The Original Rama
* Nature-scape of Tulunadu 3
VOLUME 2
61. Native Tubers
62. Characterization of Spirits of Tulunadu
63. Baikampadi
64. Puraal and Polali
65. Mayi Kala at Mangalore
66. Tharavada
67. Bunts and Nairs
68. Pandavara kallu: A burial structure
* Nature-scapes … 5
69. Kaipunjal and Kapu
70. Mayi-Kala in Ancient Mangalore II
71. Barakur
72. Tiruvail
73 Satiaputo
74. Alupa kings
75. Nitria
* Abstracts
76. Bhagavathi
* Nature-scapes … 5
77. Natha cult at Mangalore
78. A special word: ‘MuTTukaDi’
79. The name –Kadri
80. Macchendra, Goraka and Pingala
81. Barakur II
82. Buddhism in Karnataka
83. Buddhism vs. mainstream Hinduism
84. The Mogaveera community
* Nature-scapes … 6
85. Kadire Manjunatha
87. Mangaruth, the ancient Mangalore
88. The Mystery of Manjunatha
89. Keddasa
90. Mangala
91. Govinda Pai on Alupe
92. Avalokitesvara @ Kadire
93. Pedestrian journeys
94. Antiquity of Siri
95. Chenne or Mangala games
96.Samana-samani-savana
97.Siri paDdana : A Tulu Sangham Epic
98.Changes in Gurupur River mouth, 1887
99.Kundapura
100.Kadamba Dynasty
101.Early dormant Jainism
102.Legends of Parashurama
103.Rituals that remind the religious transitions
104. Formation of Barrier Spits
* Let the Studies..
105. Mārigudis of Kapu
106.Mārigudi II
107.Nagara at Panambur
108.Koraga language: A primer
109.Odipu- the Udupi
110.Mukka
111.Swirling waves of Surathkal
* Nature-scapes…7
112.The Temples of Karavali: Early phase
113.Maravoor, Maroli
114.Ayikala
115.Extradition of Maari
116.The Saliana lineage
117.Panambur II
118.Iddya to Yedapadavu
119.Kadaba to Kalavar
120.Bayalare
121.Kota and Kotian
122.Irvattur, Iruvail Iraa
123.Strange words!
124.Disecting strange words
125.Kepula
126. Totems in our antiquity
127.Ancient proper names
128.Bairas and Mundas
129.Puttur
130.Todar
131.Belman to Bellarapadi
132.Sooda to Surinje
133.Kantavara-Kanajar
Debacle of verdant a land:Bailare at Posodi
136.Kukkian lineage
137.Chitrapu
138.Mandekolu
139.Cluster villages
140.Uchila1
141.Village name suffixes
142.Pandeswara, Manjeswara
143.Billadi
144.Mabukala
145.Partheno
146.Kudroli to Katapadi Enagudde
147.Kodanjikall to Konaje
148.Sanur
149.Yeyyadi
150.Bondel
151.Paduvare to Parivara Bunts
152.Derebail
153.Ambalamogaru
154.Sin to Chennaitodi
155.Lathande
156.Bondantila
157.Panemangalur
158.Pandyas & cargo boats
159.Airodi
160.The Pandi culture
161.Antiquity of Shira
162.Evolution of Tulu language
163.Tulu prefixes & words
164.Belthangadi, Uppinangadi
165.Pangala and Bangla
166.Tulu Onamastics
167.Padubidri: A relict river
168.Baindur, Bayandar
169.Aroor:A cluster village
170.Inna
171.Banna
172.Andhra and Dravida
173.Toadu
174.Mudarangadi
175.Nanthur
176.Alevoor
Green flowers
177.Yenagudde
On history and historians
178.Pithrodi in Udyavara
179.Chakana
180.Javagal
181.Vanished port of Udyavara
182.Uliyargoli to Malpe I
183. Uliyargoli to Malpe II
184.The Magic of Malpe
185.The spatial suffix:ānu: Muddanu
186.Traces of common regional lingual history in Tulu place-names
187.Immigrant red tribes: ‘Kemm’s!
188.Kudupu: layers of history
189.Kuduma
190.Neria: on the brink
191.Udupi: An additional note
192.Eri and Neria
193.Ku: A root word
194.Jambal: an archaic Tulu word.
195.Madarangi
196.Mandarthi
197.Dravidian spatial suffix -va
198.Bridge on mud crack.
199.Mane: An earthen podium
200.Kakke tribes: Totem crow
201.Aya: the space.
202.Madhva Vijaya: places and names
203.Heskattur
204.Agricultural sttlements
205.Harvesting sites
206.Poli Poli
207.Tottam remors
208.Murudeshwara
209.Dravidian place name cognates
210.Palli
211.Gotra, Bari: Genetic tags
212.PāDi
213.Kotrupadi
214.Patna
215.Manchakall
216. Permanki
217. Kenya.
218. Mungo,the rain God.
219. PaDdana
220. Vasudeva Laila
221.TalakāDu
222. Nadava Evolution : An outline
223. Okku in Tulu
224. Mitta bagilu
225. Mura, the laterite
226.Ter, the idol car
227. Tondru adde: another Iddli
228. Beeri, Kotekar
229. MUNDKŪR: Obscure pages of history
230. Fossil words
231.Sajipa
232.Evolution of word Structure
233.Panjurli
234.Padavu and PaDavu
235.Maroon leaves of Chakote
236.Large Villages
237.Madhu and Maddu
238.Dark,forest and bay
239.Kar and bar in place names.
240.Kabaka: Imported word?
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Books for Reference

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  • Mugeraru:Jananga Janapada Adhyayana. By Dr Abhaya Kumar Kaukradi.Kannada & Culture Directorate,Bangalore & Karnataka Tulu Academy, Mangalore,1997.
  • Puttubalakeya Pad-danagalu. Ed: Dr B.A.Viveka Rai,Yadupati Gowda and Rajashri, Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara Tulu Peeta. Mangalore University.2004
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  • TuLu NighanTu. (Editor in Chief: Dr U.P.Upadhyaya, Govinda Pai Research Centre,Udupi. Six volumes. 1988 to 1997
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  • TuLunadina ShasanagaLa Sanskritika Adhyayana. By Shaila T. Verma (2002) Jnanodaya Prakashana,Bangalore, p.304.(Kannada)
  • Tuluvala Baliyendre. Compiled by N.A.Sheenappa Hegde,Polali,Sri Devi Prakashana,Parkala,1929/1999

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A Coastal estuary
Holegadde near Honavar,Uttara Kannada dist, Karnataka

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