OEL Goodalur, India.

This film explores the lives of young people living in Goodalur India. They share with us their everyday experience of living in a forest region alongside elephants, tigers, monkeys, bears and much, much more…..

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Comments: 7 Responses to OEL Goodalur, India.

  1. What a lovely and insiteful view of some of the life lived in India. All from the views of young people and no computer game in site just real living and enjoying the everything, an appreciation for creation, though it looks hard, it’s purposeful, we in the UK can learn alot from them that little with content is great gain.

  2. Lovely film! You live in a beautiful place. I love the way you all explain and show us a glimpse of your lives. Inspiring!

  3. I wish these children continue to be so satisfied with live, with their environment. I should like to be abble to say the same of the european children. If you see them when they leave the school or when they are in a bus, in a shop. They are almost always, angry and sad. They have a lot of things, sweets, games, and so on, and always they want more. And also, they know very few about the life in the nature. Now, the mayor of Barcelona for exemple, orghanize some special classes in the zoo for showing to the children some rabbit, mutton, and so one. People said the actual urbans children think that wilk or mineral water, are “fabricated” in some factory…
    I wish these children may continue to live in their village and continue to be so satisfied, to agree their way of life.

  4. Nice. An opportunity to have an over view of a remote village with a lot of green vegetation. Its nice to hear from the children from the tribal community about their day to day activities.

  5. Where do we buy your resorces from , and how much do they cost with p&p? We are a small charity serving teachers and schools in the UK as well as having many overseas partners. As we are a charity and run our own resource centre and bookshop if we were to stock some of your resources would we receive a discount?
    Thank you Jackie

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