Tribal Research Center in Ooty

The tribal research center (TRC) was formed in October 1983 in the second Udhagamandalam and is working on its own 25 acres of land in the Mount of M Paladin, 10 Kms away from the trolley-bus bar Ooty. His Excellency, the then president of India, Thiru Gyan Zail Singh was very kindly placed the first stone for the tribal research center, currently listed with Department of ADI Dravid and tribal welfare, the government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai. This center is funded by state and central governments in 50:50 there are basic and the youngest of the 14 tribal research institutes in the country. The relevance of tribal research center is identified as very Office essential tribal for the welfare of the 36 scheduled tribes in Tamilnadu.
The main objectives of the research center is conducting studies on tribal tribal communities, to download the appropriate training and guidance in the development and tribal cultures. To record change social, economic, religious, political and psychological among scheduled tribes. To recommend the weaker communities for inclusion in the list of SC / ST of Tamil Nadu. To publish monographs on the life and culture of tribal communities. To develop the tribal museum with the concept of preserving culture. To prepare the plants perspective to the improvement of tribes
Thus the tribal research center is acting as an integral part of development planning of the Tribals. Is more concentrated in the district of Nilgiris because all six primitive tribal groups (PTGs) identified by the Government of India like All, kotas, Irulas, Kurumbas, Paniyans and Kattunayakans housing is unique since ages in the Nilgiri hills.

The facilities available at the research center are tribal library with books and newspapers in tribal studies, residential and provided map on tribal land, the Audio-video system to entertain festivals and traditions of the tribal museum of tribal dance and song in the air, the internal and open special attraction of the cultural heritage, the museum are based on tribal land for tribal Reserch center since 1989 several tribal cultures depiciting of Tamil Nadu and the Andaman and consoles Nicobar. The statues made recently tribal Fier-chiselled are attracting more number of tourists from India and abroad.

Ooty Tours

Ooty is the capital town of the district of nilgiri. I would say that the climate in ooty is pleasant and is a great place for leisure tours. There are many places you can tour, such as the Botanical Gardens, Lamb's rock and Dodabetta Peak, Ooty Lake, Kodanadu's View Point, and also weekend trips like: Madumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Kotagiri, Kalhatty Waterfalls, Dolphin's Nose, Avalanche, Coonnoor, on tours to Ooty India.

Some of the tourist attractions of Ooty are Ooty Lake which was was built for providing an irrigation tank to the people of this region, Botanical Garden situated on the lower slopes of the Dodabetta peak and Kalhatty Falls which is located about 113 kilometers away from ooty.

Ooty is on the narrow gauge railway, connected to Mettupalayam (47 km), which is directly connected to Coimbatore and Chennai. The famous toy train connects Ooty with Mettupalayam and Coonoor. A good network of roads and national highways connect Ooty with all major towns and cities. There are regular bus services to and from Coimbatore, Trichy, Bangalore, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Mysore, Palghat, Calicut, Tirupati and other important destinations in South India. Ooty is also well connected with major cities of Kerala and Karnataka. Coimbatore, 105 km from Ooty, is the nearest airport.

You can opt for an ooty tour to enjoy this beautiful destination of charming hills and pleasant climate. I think it is during summer vacation most people are visiting this place. Ooty is also a honeymooners paradise in south India.

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