The origins of the Dravidian people and language has been difficult to ascertain. Anthropologists are largely at odds. A number of earlier anthropologists held the view that the Dravidian peoples constituted a distinct race. Some argue the origin of Dravidian before the Indo-Aryan invasion, making the Indus Valley civilization Dravidian. Still others argue that Dravidian held sway in a much larger region, replacing Indo-Aryan languages. Genetic studies have concluded that the Dravidian people are not a distinct race but, rather, a common genetic pool between the Dravidian and non-Dravidian people in South India. Some suggest that the British Raj attempted to create a distinction between the races as a way of dividing and controlling the people of India.
‼️A new #Hawaiian spot and it’s giving us a bit of nostalgia. Roger used to be stationed in Norcal and we would always get Hawaiian food. Katsu chicken and the Big Kahuna (Kalua pig, Shoyu chicken, & BBQ) beef did not disappoint!
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Posted @withrepost • @selvedgemagazine As part of London Design Festival at the V&A, the museum is displaying the Mardi Gras Indian suits of Big Chief Demond Melancon of the Young Seminole Hunters. The Black Masking Culture exhibition is the first time that the suits can be seen outside of the United States.
As part of London Design Festival at the V&A, the museum is displaying the Mardi Gras Indian suits of Big Chief Demond Melancon of the Young Seminole Hunters. The Black Masking Culture exhibition is the first time that the suits can be seen outside of the United States.
We're taking over SPENGA on Tuesday (9/17)! Come chill with us for a day of @CoolSculpting consultations, special pricing and more! Never taken a SPENGA class before? Give them a try with their free trial!
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Love to support friends❤️ @pouryourswine. Great wine spot in downtown Clearwater 🍷
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Photo by Carlton Ward Jr. @carltonward | Ahnie Jumper belongs to a multigenerational Seminole ranching family, and she's a rodeo champion and college athlete. I photographed her in July working in the cow pens with her family at the Big Cypress Reservation during the Seminole tribe’s annual cattle sale. I'm thankful to the Jumper family for allowing me to document their lives and connections to their land and heritage. Because they love and protect the land, Florida’s wildlife and citizens all benefit. For more photos of Seminole land and culture, please visit @carltonward. #nativepride#seminole#floridawild#KeepFLWild#FloridaWildlifeCorridor@fl_wildcorridor
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Photo by Carlton Ward Jr. @carltonward | Swipe for panoramic: July is peak season for cattle ranching in Florida. Ranchers from across the state will gather their herds for the annual sale of calves. I’m looking forward to getting back there, including spending a week with the Seminole tribe. In addition to being one of the top producers of cattle in America, the Seminoles also raise quarter horses. I’ll never forget this morning a few years back at the Brighton Reservation, when this train of horses came thundering out of the fog and then disappeared. @fl_wildcorridor@natgeoimagecollection#FloridaWild#KeepFLWild#horses#Seminole#NativePride
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Photo by Carlton Ward Jr. @carltonward | Illuminated by a full moon in July, Chris Green of the Seminole tribe rides out before dawn to gather a herd of cattle at the Big Cypress Reservation. In addition to protecting crucial habitat for the Everglades and Florida Wildlife Corridor, the Seminole tribe’s ranches keep alive centuries of heritage connected to the land in wild Florida. I have been focusing on Florida ranches for my #PathofthePanther project because they are essential to a statewide network of public and private lands that make up the Florida Wildlife Corridor. The Florida panther and other wide-ranging wildlife cannot survive on public lands alone, but ranches providing critical habitat are rapidly being converted to suburban sprawl that fragments habitat and increases conflicts between humans and wildlife. Learn more by following @carltonward. #nativepride#ranch#seminole@fl_wildcorridor#floridawild#KeepFLWild@natgeoimagecollection
Photo by @carltonward | Blevyns Jumper, a Native American of Seminole Tribe of Florida, adjusts his lasso by the shipping pens at the Big Cypress Reservation in July. Having started acquiring herds of Spanish cattle before 1700, the Seminoles are among America's first ranchers. Cattle and horses arrived in America for the first time in 1521 during Ponce de Leon's exploration of Florida's gulf coast. Calusa Indians mortally wounded Ponce de Leon who's crew fled to Cuba, but their livestock remained. Today, the Seminole Tribe is one of the leading producers of cattle in America. I am thankful for Seminole friends who are living out connections to the land over millennia and have shared some of their world with me. To learn more about Seminole culture and history, you can visit their Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum at the Big Cypress Reservation. For more photos, please follow @carltonward. #Seminole#NativePride#floridawild#KeepFLWild
Blevyns Jumper (@_blevynsjumper), a Native American of Seminole Tribe of Florida, adjusts his lasso by the shipping pens at the Big Cypress Reservation last week. Here I’m starting to experiment with studio lighting in the field. There’s single strobe and reflector my assistant is holding off to the right that helps fill in the shadows and balance the exposure with the bright sky, dirt and water. What do you think about the look? Check the alternate frame in my story. I am thankful for Seminole friends who are living out connection to the land over millennia and have shared some of their world with me. #Seminole#NativePride#showtourpassion#floridawild#KeepFLWild