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Sur l'axe ginger de Tessitures.org,
Malayāḷam est associé à d'autres sites consacrés à l'Inde vue par un européen et à la philosophie vue de l'Inde, qui sont les suivants:

Malayāḷam in two domains
Modern fiction and Nāyar kinship

I studied āyurveda with Ashtavaidyan Vayaskara N. S. Mooss in Kottayam (Kerala) in 1976–1978 (when in Kottayam with my family) and 1981–1984 (when in Pondicherry). From the 1990s I have been reading modern fiction in Malayāḷam and historical accounts of Nāyar kinship.

I have no qualms about mixing English with French, Malayāḷam and Sanskrit. Polyglossy is inherent in this kind of researches.

Ginger, in ginger.tessitures.org, comes from Malayāḷam iñcivēr which means “ginger root.”