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"നൂറ്റാണ്ടുകളിലൂടെ പകര്‍ന്ന് മധുരമേറിയ തനത് ഈണങ്ങള്‍ ആഗോള സംഗീതപ്രേമികളിലെത്തിക്കുകയെന്ന ലക്ഷ്യമാണ് ആര്‍പോ ( ആര്‍ക്കൈവല്‍ ആന്‍ഡ് റിസര്‍ച് പ്രോജക്ട്) സംഘത്തിന്..."

The Hindu

"what was village lore or information privy to academia was suddenly in the public domain accessible to millions of netizens."

Times of India

“Most tribespeople use instruments like Thudi and Chilambu, but the members of these communities have more instruments. Dhavilu, Porey, Jodimara, Dampatta, Gajje, Chilanga are some of their instruments and they only use forest produce to make these instruments,”

The New Indian Express

In its first edition, the ARPO event
featured Kattunaikkar (Wayanad) and Irula (Attappadi) tribes for a unique musical rhapsody. “Take the Pala palli song. It is originally a death song of the Pulaya community. The Kaduva song has brought to the forefront the unexplored artforms of the community,”

Times of India - Kochi

"Earthlore, a tribal music programme, will be held at Bolgatty Palace at 6pm on Sunday. The programme will showcase Kerala's unexplored folk heritage of music in its pristine essence.

English Manorama

"... the real, raw exuberance of the music of tribal communities is still confined to deep woods ..."

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