Beautiful website, based on the fieldwork of the anthropologists Ákos Östör and Lina Fruzzetti.
"Between 1967 and 1973 we spent about 4 years studying the rituals and festivals, kinship and marriage, bazaars and politics, the Hindu majority and the Muslim minority. Since 1982 we have added ethnographic documentary filming to our fieldwork in the town and the region. This website presents aspects of our work in the novel way made possible by new technology. The web allows a more multi-dimensional and much layered, interlinked presentation than either books or films."
Website by anthropologists Alan Macfarlane, Sarah Harrison, Mark Turin and Sara Shneiderman.
"The Digital Himalaya Project is digitising archival collections of ethnographic information from the Himalayan region. Each includes different media and covers a number of geographical areas and ethnic populations of the Himalayas."
Beautiful website by anthropologist Joanna Kirkpatrick
"This website is dedicated to celebrating one of Bangladesh's unique popular arts, the paintings and decorations on the three-wheeled cycle ricksha -- or "rickshaw", as spelled in English dictionaries. This site is based on my anthropological field visits to Bangladesh between 1975 and 1998, when I traveled about, took photos, and interviewed people."
"This is a starting point for information on the native people of the Russian Federation commonly referred to as "Koryaks." Some of these people prefer to call themselves "Alutors" or "Nymylani" or even "Chukchi.""