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  • Application of ghee and matti (burnt walnut) on the umbilical stump is common and it is believed that it will promote early healing.

    Culture's Role in Treatment of New Mothers

  • December 8, 2008 | 11: 04 a.m. +Enlarge matti mattila via flickr.

    Broker: Plaza Redo Makes Me Want To Puke

  • December 8, 2008 | 11: 04 a.m. +Enlarge matti mattila via flickr.

    Broker: Plaza Redo Makes Me Want To Puke

  • On the question of what makes a nation, Telugu writer Gurujada Appa Rao,first modernist writer, said that, 'Nation is not just land, it is ofpeople'Desamante matti kadoyi, Desamante manushuloyi.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • On the question of what makes a nation, Telugu writer Gurujada Appa Rao,first modernist writer, said that, 'Nation is not just land, it is ofpeople'Desamante matti kadoyi, Desamante manushuloyi.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • On the question of what makes a nation , Telugu writer Gurujada Appa Rao first modernist writer said that, ‘Nation is not just land, it is of people’Desamante matti kadoyi, Desamante manushuloyi.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • On the question of what makes a nation , Telugu writer Gurujada Appa Rao first modernist writer said that, ‘Nation is not just land, it is of people’Desamante matti kadoyi, Desamante manushuloyi.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • His theoretical discourse, which posits Matti Chetulu (the hands that turn mud into food) as the source of all production and social existence, combines Marxism and Ambedkarism to show how the matti manusulu (the human beings who have constant interaction with soil and nature- SCs,STs, OBCs) have no self of their own; that they are alienated from their very being through institutions such as caste, class, patriarchy and the state.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • His theoretical discourse, which posits Matti Chetulu (the hands that turn mud into food) as the source of all production and social existence, combines Marxism and Ambedkarism to show how the matti manusulu (the human beings who have constant interaction with soil and nature- SCs,STs, OBCs) have no self of their own; that they are alienated from their very being through institutions such as caste, class, patriarchy and the state.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • "Il mondo è pieno di matti, e chi non ne vuol vedere, deve starsene per conto proprio e rompere lo specchio."

    il blog: Bog House Miscellany. Part 3

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