Tales Told to the Tooth Goddess

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Partridge Publishing, Jan 5, 2016 - Literary Collections - 244 pages
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The foundation of this collection of stories and essays is set close to Arunachala Mountain in Tamil Nadu. The stories explore aspects of life and landscape: e.g. local culture, ecology, personal relationships, community politics, womens issues - all told from the perspective of an outsider living on the inside.
 

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PROLOGUE
HIGHLIGHTS FESTIVALS RITUALS RITES
BACK TO BASICS GREENING
VIBRANT DIVERSITY CULTURE
OUR LOCAL LOONIES
TALESTOLD TO THE TOOTH GODDESS
SWANSONG FOR AN OLD FOREST
GLOSSARY
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Abhithakuchalambal is the pen name of an Australian woman living most of the past forty years in the backwoods of South India, engaged in spiritual sadhana by Arunachala mountain, involved in reforestation and environment issues in the area and taking responsibility for the consequences of adopting and raising a local child. The photo is a photo of the big Nandi in Arunachalaeswara temple taken by the author about twenty years ago.

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