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Lal Balkaran is a Guyanese born Canadian whose works touches on the people and culture of Guyana.

After spending his formative years in Guyana, Balkaran moved to Canada. He has produced several documentaries on Guyana, in which he covers it’s Indigenous peoples, it’s wealth, natural resources and attractions.

Jennylyn Gleave interviewed Balkaran in early 2021 and touched on what drives this Guyanese author and documentarian.

Dictionary Of The Guyanese Amerindians: And Other South American Native Terms: An A Z Guide To Their Anthropology, Cosmology, Culture, Exploration, History, Geography, Legend, Folklore And Myth

A Photojournal of the Guyanese Amerindians: Photographs of the Everyday Life and Cultural Activities of the Nine Amerindian Tribes of Guyana

Bibliography of Guyana and Guyanese Writers

Timelines of Guyanese History:: A Chronological Guide to More Than 2000 Key Events Since 1498

Timelines of Guyanese History:: A Chronological Guide to More Than 2000 Key Events Since 1498

Rupununi Savannas of Guyana: A Visual Journey is a book for all readers with an interest in Guyana. The book is essentially a photojournal of the southwestern part of the country that borders its neighbour Brazil.

See the story of the land, the people, their everyday life, and the flora and fauna captured in over 100 photographs of this scenic part of Guyana. The book is divided into ten chapters that include photographs and text capturing:

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