International Journal of Advance Research in Community Health Nursing
2020, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B
An ethnographic study-life style modification of gypsies
Mrs P Sheela, S Deepika and J Selva Kumar
An independent gypsy and policy project inspired unexpected controversy, committed to ethnographic short term fieldwork. Gypsies have invariably been classified as strangers, whether exotic, Romantic or indeed menacing. The mass of literature about gypsies, Romanies, Travellers or Roma has largely been return by outsides. Moreover label “Gypsy” (originating from Egyptian) as a health visitor working with Gypies and Travellers. We became aware of ill health and dearth of evedience to confirm and understand this anecdotal experience. We was also aware alienation from general population. Gathering of enthographic data among the migrant family in the home. In the home country understanding the context of gypsy mobality and adopting the research approaches to the respective communities and to their particular ethno – cultural features in the article, We shall deal with enthographic material collected in following group of Roma people settled gypsies (Narikuravar). This article way of obtaining information and focuses mainly on Alternative medicine what their ancestors thought them.