2 edition of Food famine and nutritional diseases in Travancore (1943-44) found in the catalog.
Food famine and nutritional diseases in Travancore (1943-44)
Servindia Kerala Relief Centre.
Written in English
|Statement||surveys by Sir K.G. Sivaswamy, K.K. Chandy [and others]|
|Series||Food shortage, inadequate diets, and malnutrition diseases -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Sivaswamy, Kodaganallur Ganapattri|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 176, 2, 36, 42 p. pl., table.|
|Number of Pages||176|
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This book presents a series of reports on conditions of food supply; health, clothing, income, mortality and other data related to standards of living in several areas, villages and hospitals in Travancore. The picture given is one of intense poverty, semi starvation and widespread disease related to famine conditions.
The authors quote the local secretary of the Friends' Ambulance Unit as Author: K. Sivaswamy, K. Chandy, T. Shastry, M. Naidu, T. Shastry. Author(s): Sivaswamy,K G(Kodaganallur Ganapattri) Title(s): Food famine and nutritional diseases in Travancore (): surveys/ by K.G.
Sivaswamy. Sivaswamy, Kodangallur G. Food Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore (–). Coimbatore: Servindia Kerala Relief Centre, Coimbatore: Servindia Kerala Relief Centre, Google ScholarAuthor: Meera Anna Oommen.
Food, Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore () The Exodus from Travancore to Malabar Jungles Sri K. Sivaswamy and Sri Sivaswamy Hazel E. Foster. Food famine and nutritional diseases in Travancore (). Coimbatore, Servindia Kerala Relief Centre, R. Puram Post, x,36, 42 pp.
Unemployment and high prices in the coastal areas in andand food shortages and high prices in and early produced famine and distress emigration in Travancore. This small. India Society, comes a report: Food Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore, (July,pp., il.
5.) The medical surveys show in some detail that the diet of the people was insufficient and ill-balanced in normal times.
The incidence of nutritional and intestinal diseases long. Dr C. Karunakaran in Travancore Information and Listener, Januaryquoted in Food Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore () (Coimbatore: Author: Robin Jeffrey. Migrant narratives: Reading literary representations of Christian migration in Kerala, –70 Show all authors.
V.J. Varghese in the Malayalee unconscious by problematising the peasant migration from Travancore to Malabar during – K.G. et al. Food, Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore, Coimbatore, Google Cited by: 8.
The Travancore royal family was the ruling house of the Kingdom of lost their ruling rights in when Travancore merged with India and their remaining privileges were abolished in The family are descended from the Ay/Venad family, Cheras, Pandyas and y: Travancore. Srinath also quotes from KG Sivaswamy's Food Famine and Nutritional Diseases in Travancore (): "I shuddered to see men, women and children with no flesh on their bodies and all skeletons just as if they were half dead." The severe famine saw families migrating to Madras, Karaikudi, Tanjore and Chettinad, begging not for money but food.
Food crises are slow-moving and preventable, yet continue to plague populations across Africa and the Middle East. Famine looms in four countries as aid system struggles to cope, experts warn. This is a Report of the Commission whose five members were appointed by the Government of India to enquire into the distressing famine which is estimated to have caused the death of about a million and a half persons in Bengal during the second half of and the first half of The Chairman was Sir John WOODHEAD, a very able retired member of the Indian Civil Service, who already had an.
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Because subjects aged years were not asked about cola intake, they were not included in this study. Up to two reminders were sent to the nonresponders of the by: 9.
Cassava is the third-largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and maize. Cassava is a major staple food in the developing world, providing a basic diet for over half a billion people.
It is one of the most drought-tolerant crops, capable of growing on marginal : Tracheophytes. Abstract. Moringa oleifera, or the horseradish tree, is a pan-tropical species that is known by such regional names as benzolive, drumstick tree, kelor, marango, mlonge, mulangay, nébéday, saijhan, and the past two decades, many reports have appeared in mainstream scientific journals describing its nutritional and medicinal properties.
A cross sectional comparative study was carried out to compare the nutritional status between the vegetarian and non-vegetarian individuals.
The study was conducted among respondents (50 vegetarian and 50 non-vegetarian) at Tangail sadar upazilla in Tangail district to assess their nutritional status by collecting anthropometric and socio-demographic data, dietary intake pattern. Studies on the epidemiology of filariasis in Travancore, (Indian medical research memoirs) [Iyengar, Mandayam Osuri Tirunarayana] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Studies on the epidemiology of filariasis in Travancore, (Indian medical research memoirs)Author: Mandayam Osuri Tirunarayana Iyengar. The two health conditions that affect most Indians are nutritional deficiencies and tuberculosis; Although death rates have declined by nearly a.
State Controls” in Food famine and Nutritional Diseases, Surveys by Sivaswamy p 56 Dewan’s statement in the Assembly, January,Referred in.
The Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited or FACT is a fertiliser and chemical manufacturing company headquartered in Kochi, Kerala, company was incorporated inby Maharajah Sree Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore Kingdom It is the first fertiliser manufacturing company in independent India and also the largest Central public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) in the Founder: Sree Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma.The paper deals with some medicinal plants used in the treatment of skin diseases in South Travancore, southern peninsular India.
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