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1992b Who were the stone circle builders? The Hindu (Magazine Section) 20 Dec.

1993a A Journey to the Toda Afterworld. The India Magazine of her People and Culture 13 (Sept): 6-17.

1993b Toda Myths of Creation. The India Magazine of her People and Culture 14 (1): 34-42.

1994 Forgotten Culture. Frontline 23 September.

1995a Journey to Nyool(z)n: A Toda migration. The India Magazine of her People and Culture 15 (3): 62-71.

1995b Toda Myths and Natural Sites. Downs Town Chronicle 7 July.

1996 Kwattein: A Tribal Pilgrimage. Tahr (Newsletter of the Nilgiri Wildlife and Environment Association) 7 (1).

1997a Nilgiris: Flowering Paradise. Sanctuary Asia 17 (2): 14-29.

1997b Flowers in my Toda Garden. The Hindu (Magazine Section) 27 July.

1997c A Culture that is unique: The Todas of the Nilgiris. Stainless News (Newsletter of the Steel Authority of India) 17 (4).

1997d Nilgiri Deity Peaks. Tahr (Newsletter of the Nilgiri Wildlife and Environment Association) 8 (1): 1-2 (editorial).

1999a The Nilgiris: Flowering Benedictions. Environ 6 (4): 34-37.

1999b Todas of the Nilgiri hills: where Honey enters every facet of life. Beekeeping and Development (UK) 52 (Sept): 8-9.

2000a Rare Balsams in the hills. The Hindu (Magazine) 6 Feb.

2000b A Wild Bouquet from the Nilgiris. Hornbill (Bombay Natural History Society) July-Sept: 4-8.

2000c The Monsoon Season. Tahr (Nilgiri Wildlife & Environment Association) 12 (4): 1-2 (editorial).

2000d Toda Embroidery: Art Par Excellence. Blue Nest: The Millennium Souvenir (NHRA) September: 23-25.

2001a Satyrium nepalense D. Don in the Upper Nilgiris Plateau, with emphasis on its ethnobotanic link with the Toda tribals. Zoos’ Print Journal 16 (1): 408.

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2001c Wilderness and Dependent Peoples: The Todas of the Nilgiri Hills in Southern India. In: Wilderness and Humanity: The Global Issue. Proceedings of the Sixth World Wilderness Congress. Ed.: Vance G. Martin & M.A. Partha Sarathy. The WILD Foundation. Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing. Pp. 36-39.

2001d The Toda People: Wildland Plants and Values. International Journal of Wilderness (USA) 7 (3): 35-37.

2002a (with D. Mohandass and J.P. Puyravaud) Eriochrysis rangacharii Fischer: A Keystone resource for the Todas and an emblematic species for the Nilgiris wetland conservation. Toda Nalavaazhvu Sangam (study report).

2002b Sacred Context. Down To Earth (New Delhi) 15 Aug: 46-48.

2003 with Jean-Philippe Puyravaud and D. Mohandass: A rediscovery of Eriochrysis rangacharii C.E.C. Fisch. (Poaceae) in the Nilgiri Mountains of southern India. CANDOLLEA 58:97-100.

2005a Orchid Haven. The Hindu (Magazine Section) 3 April.

2005b How Toda Traditional Ecological Knowledge addresses Global Climate change. Paper presented at the Global Conference on Ecological Restoration (Society for Ecological Restoration) held at Zaragoza, Spain in September 2005. www.ser.org/iprn Earth in Transition (EIT) project showcase.

2006a Restoring the Toda Landscapes of the Nilgiri Hills in South India. Plant Talk (UK) 44 (April): 28-32.

2006b Balmy Balsams of the Nilgiris. Frontline 23 (26): 66-73.

2007a The Traditional Relationship of the Todas with Honey. In: Honey Trails in the Blue Mountains. Kotagiri: Keystone Foundation. Pp. 253-264.

2007b Toda Relationship with Nature as an Indication of Ecosystem Health. In: Watson, Alan et al. comps. Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values. USDA Forest Service Proceedings, Rocky Mountain Research Station; RMRS-P-49 pp. 487-495. Proceedings of the Eighth World Wilderness Congress, September 30-October 6, 2005; Anchorage, Alaska.

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2009a A Unique South Indian Tradition: Toda Dress and Embroidery. In - Pika-Pika: The Flashing Firefly: Essays to Honour and to Celebrate the Life of Pauline Hetland Walker (1938-2005) by her friends in the Arts and Social Sciences, edited by Anthony R. Walker, New Delhi: Hindustan Publishing Corporation, 2008, pp. 183-218.

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