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B Francis Kulirani, K K Misra, K K Basa

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Item Description: 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 396 About The Book:- The concepts of " Tribe" and " Tribal identity" in Indian context are very complex and contested.The politics of inclusion in and exclusion from 'Scheduled Tribe ' list adds to the din at regional and national levels. The claims as well as preferences of tribes to the attributes of Adivas is in tum equated with ' indigenous people ' also are largely contested. In spite of the lack of national unanimity, the perception of the tribes of India as part' of the world indigenous peoples has gained wider acceptability. The proclaimed welfare policy of 'main streaming' of tribes has met with severe resistance. What constitutes the reality of tribal situation in time and space can only be provided by periodical sound anthropological studies. The papers in this volume deals with-four major themes: Ethnicity and cultural identity of tribes; Endangerment of indigenous languages of tribes ; Issues and perspectives of tribal development in multiple cultural contexts; and Impact of globalization on livelihood systems and occupational patterns of tribes in India. Understanding the dynamics of development among the tribes and communities with analogous socio-cultural and techno-economic dispositions require anthropological approach. Responsible national and regional collaboration of the agencies involved and ensuring informed participation of the communities and peoples concerned in developmental works can alleviate the deprivations as discussed in the presentations. B Francis Kulirani, is former Deputy Director (Cultural) Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata. Kulirani obtained his MSc degree from the Pune University and Doctoral degree from the University of Calicut. He has 35 years long research career across the various regions of the country and conducted field studie s. He has written/edited ten books and many articles in national/international journals. He was awa:ded Shastri Indo- Canadian Research Fellowship. Kulirani is a member of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) and was a delegate to the 16th World Congress (Kunming, China) and 17th World Congress (Manchester, United Kingdom) of the IUAES. Kulirani is Founder Secretary of the Anthropological Association, Mysore and a Life Member of the Indian National Confederation and Academy of Anthropologists (!NCAA), Kolkata. He is Life Member of the North East India Council of Social Science Research, Shillong and one of the former Presidents. He is member of the Editorial Board of The Indian Journal ofAnthropology About The Author:- Kamal K. Misra , is Professor of Anthropology at the Central University of Hyderabad. He was educated at Utkal University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and University of Kent at Canterbury. His teaching career spans over 37 years. He had taught at Utkal University, Austin College, Texas (USA), and has been teaching at the Central University of Hyderabad since 1989. He has written/edited 22 volumes and scores of research papers in journals of repute. He was awarded the Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship in the UK and the Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Award in the USA for teaching and research. Dr. Misra was awarded Sarat Chandra Roy Memorial Medal by the Asiatic Society for his contribution to Cultural Anthropology. He was a member of the High Level Committee of the Prime Minister to prepare a report on the status of the Scheduled Tribes of India. He was Director of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (National Museum of Mankind) and Anthropological Survey of India. Kishor K. Basa, is Professor of Anthropology at Utkal University, Orissa, was former Head of the Department and has been teaching archaeology and museum studies since 1980. He was educated in Utkal and Delhi Universities besides having a Ph. D. from University of London, a Commonwealth Post-Doctoral Academic Staff Fellowship at the University of Cambridge and a recipient of the Indo-French Cultural Exchange Fellowship. He was. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121213035

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Item Description: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2006. N.A. Book Condition: New. xxvi, 422 p. ,According to current statistics and estimates, approximately 36 per cent of the people of North-East India are below the poverty level. In Meghalaya, for instance, 50 per cent of the households are below the poverty level. This, according to the editors of this volume, implies that those who live below poverty level are unable to buy enough food, in almost all the states of North-East India the availability of all the food items taken together are much below the standard as recommended for a healthy life. The immediate objective of policy makers and official agencies is, thus to make standard food available to the people. Unfortunately, this remains uncertain in North-East India, and the situation is alarming. A natural corollary of this situation is widespread nutrition deficiency and at least 250 million people in India suffer from varying degrees of malnutrition: out of 100 deaths in rural India, 58 are of children and seven million children are affected by blindness because of nutrition deficiency. The picture of North-East India is dismal in this context. In view of the above state of affairs the public distribution system has an important role which has, so far, failed to reach the target groups in the countryside. This volume contains 37 papers from eminent experts on aspects of public distribution system, the overall agricultural scenario, food security, nutritional security and the related population and health issues in different parts of North-East India. Some case studies of various constituents of the region throw adequate light on the existing conditions and are useful in finding solutions to the very acute problems in North-East India in the context of the issues covered by this comprehensive book. Bookseller Inventory # 252148

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Item Description: Gyan Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I.Cultural Pluralism: General Perspectives: 1. What is the Right Kind of Secularism for a Multi-Religio-Cultural Nation Like India?/N. Subba Reddy. 2. Pluralism and Cultural Diversity in India/Imtiaz Ahmad. 3. Plural Societies and Cultures in Modern Nation-States with Reference to India: Anthropological Perspectives/H.K. Bhat. 4. Development and Diversity: A Deliberation for Nationalism/Elizabeth Zhakerya. II. Cultural Pluralism and Tribes: 5. Religious Pluralism and Tribal Identity: An Anthropological Study on the Nicobarese of Katchal, Central Nicobar Islands/D.V. Prasad. 6. The Jarawas-Stone-Age People in the 21st Century/B.R. Ghosh and S.s. Ghosh. 7. Cultural Diaspora: Tribal Migration as a Survival Strategy/Amitabha Sarkar. 8. Religious Pluralism Among the Khasis/M. Sasi Kumar and C. Raghu. 9. The Idea of Health: Medical Pluralism and Management of Treatment Among the Jenu/Kurubas of Karnataka/B.R. Vijayendra. 10. Disease and Health Care Among the Kamar Tribe: Ecological and Demographic Perspectives/Nilanjan Khatua. III. Religious Pluralism: 11. Syncretism in India: Shared Traditions among the Lingayats in Karnataka/S.A. Azeez Saheb. 12. Communal Harmony in India: The Role of Mystics and Saints/B. Krishna Reddy. 13. The Indian Christians: Regional Ethnic Formations and Denominational Pluralities/B. Francis Kulirani. 14. Multiculturalism in the Ritual Performance of Kerala: A Study on Teyyam/V. Jayarajan. 15. Persistence and Change among Sacred Specialists at Nagore Andavar's Dargah in Tamil Nadu/K.G. Gurumurthy and s.A. Azeez Saheb. 16. Religious and Ritual Practices Among Arundhathiyar: A Socio-Religious Perspective/V. Pragati and C. Raghu. 17. The Sacred Complex of Vailankanni: A Study in Cultural Pluralism/R. Rajendra Prasad. IV : Linguistic Pluralism: 18. The North-East Scenario: A Linguistic View/R. Senkuttuvan. 19. Cultural Pluralism: The Indian Scenario: In the Context of North Region/Harka Bahadur Chhetri Atreya. V. Cultural Pluralism and Ethnic Groups: 20. Emerging Patterns of Cultural Pluralism Among the Burnese Settlers in Great Andaman: An Anthropological Perspective/D.V. Prasad and S.A. Azeez Saheb. 21. Society and Culture Among the Kallu Pandarams of Kerala/P.R.G. Mathur. 22. Bishnupur: A Site of Cultural Pluralism/Samira Dasgupta. 23. Indian Pluralism: Changes and Concern/K. bhamini Raghavaiah, C.E. Subramanya and K. Rajasekhara Reddy. Index. Cultural Pluralism: The Indian Scenario is an anthropological attempt to contextualise Indian diversity. There is also an attempt by senior scholars like Prof. N.S. Reddy to list out a sample of the perennial problems a plural society has to face, that cannot be wished away. There are also suggestions made by him as to how to tackle the problems effectively. Prof. Imtiaz Ahmad makes clear distinction between pluralism and multicultural pluralism. As far Indian scenario is concerned he distinguishes two parallel processes of 'an ethnic nation' and 'nation state' that are in operation. The above form the introductory part of the book. The rest of the book has articles on three major areas comprising of 'cultural pluralism in the context of tribes, contexts in which both 'religious and cultural pluralism' are operative, 'linguistic pluralism, and case studies of specific ethnic groups who have imbibed pluralistic elements. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 109211

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Item Description: Mittal Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. Introduction. I. Agriculture food and food security 1. Agriculture food and public distributing system in North East India/J.B. Ganguly. 2. WTO and agricultural development in backward regions/A.K. Neog. 3. Agrarian developments and food security in the North East region/A.C. Mohapatra. 4. Food security policy and practice/Asok Kumar Ray. 5. Agricultural backwardness and poverty of North East India an alternative proposition/Banhi Chakraborty and C.R. Pathak. 6. Foodstuffs and population of North East India/Rituparna Bhattacharyya. 7. Surplus of food or hunger an analytical note on food security in India and its North East/Gorky Chakraborty. 8. Strategy for food and nutrition security in North East India/Zahid Husain. 9. Food production food problem and public distribution system in North East India/B.K. Sarma and P.P. Pal. 10. Food and related issues in the North East/Sukhendu Mazumder. 11. Role of agricultural mechanization in achieving food security/R.K.P. Singh K.K. Satapathy and M.M. Pandey. 12. Food and nutritional security in the North Eastern States an analysis/R.K.P. Singh K.K. Satapathy and Gurmukh Das. 13. Interrogating the concept of food security with reference to Assam/Keya Sen Gupta. 14. Food security and the related issues some reflections on the state of Tripura/Utpal Kumar De. 15. Food and food security in Arunachal Pradesh/R.P. Bhattacharjee. 16. An aspect of food security on the High Altitude Region of the Eastern Himalayas a case study on the Thingbu pas of Arunachal Pradesh/Bibhash Dhar. 17. Food security a case study of Assam/Susmita Priyadarshini. 18. Effectiveness of Targeted Public Distribution System a case study of Silchar Town of South Assam/Keya Sen Gupta. 19. Spatial distribution and socio economic well being of Scheduled Tribe population in Assam/Momita Goswami and Lakhahira Datta. 20. Production of Agricultural crops and its security in Manipur/Rajmani Singh. 21. The food problem and PDS in India national and state scenario/N. Tejmani Singh. 22. Food security and regional planning/Amalesh Banerjee. 23. North Eastern India 2021 population growth food grain requirement and food security related issues/Dulal Bhuiyan. 24. Food and nutrition security an overview Madhurima Chaliha Kalita Mridula Saikia Barrooah and Mamoni Das. 25. Scarcity and insecurity in the food front in Kokrajhar District with special reference to the Serfanguri Bodo Relief Camp/Sujata Bhadra. II. Nutritional security nutrition and health 26. Nutrition and food insecurity a problem of new millennium in North East India/P.C. Dutta and B.C. Pradhan. 27. Under utilized crops for household food and nutritional security/B.K. Sarma and Malini Barthakur. 28. Opportunities for processing and utilization soybean to increase nutritional security in North East India/R.K.P. Singh and K.K. Satapathy. 29. A study on knowledge of rural women regarding conservation of nutrients/Rulima Bharali Juliana Sarmah and Manju Dutta Das. 30. Nutritive value of maize and its diversified uses/D.K. Verma and B.K. Sarma. 31. Nutrient consumption pattern in North Eastern states of India/S.B. Singh K.K. Datta K.B. Singh and K.H.N. Vincent. 32. Food habit and nutritional deficiency among the Schedule Caste population in Kamrup District of Assam/Momita Goswami Barooah and Lakshahira Datta. 33. Medical biotechnology in human health and disease in North Eastern India a commitment towards the Betternment of society/R.S. Balgir. 34. Health as governmentality deconstructing the myth of good health a case study of the North Eastern region of India/B.S. Butola. 35. Nutritional anthropometric assessment of nutrients intakes in the Dimasa Kachari Adult population of Assam/Debashis Basu. 36. Anthropometrical study among the agricultural workers of Meghalaya/S. Biswas K.K. Satpathy R.K.P. Singh K.N. Agarwal and P. Choudhury. 37. Effects of nutritional status on fertility and mortality among Slum Women of Guwahti/Kanta Chakrabarti. Index. According. Bookseller Inventory # 63077

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Item Description: Gyan Publishing House, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. The concepts of "Tribe" and " Tribal identity" in Indian context are very complex and contested. The politics of inclusion in and exclusion from 'Scheduled Tribe ' list adds to the din at regional and national levels. The claims as well as preferences of tribes to the attributes of Adivas is in tum equated with ' indigenous people ' also are largely contested. In spite of the lack of national unanimity, the perception of the tribes of India as part' of the world indigenous peoples has gained wider acceptability. The proclaimed welfare policy of 'main streaming' of tribes has met with severe resistance. What constitutes the reality of tribal situation in time and space can only be provided by periodical sound anthropological studies. The papers in this volume deals with-four major themes: Ethnicity and cultural identity of tribes; Endangerment of indigenous languages of tribes; Issues and perspectives of tribal development in multiple cultural contexts; and Impact of globalization on livelihood systems and occupational patterns of tribes in India. Understanding the dynamics of development among the tribes and communities with analogous socio-cultural and techno-economic dispositions require anthropological approach. Responsible national and regional collaboration of the agencies involved and ensuring informed participation of the communities and peoples concerned in developmental works can alleviate the deprivations as discussed in the presentations. B Francis Kulirani, is former Deputy Director (Cultural) Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata. Kulirani obtained his MSc degree from the Pune University and Doctoral degree from the University of Calicut. He has 35 years long research career across the various regions of the country and conducted field studies. He has written/edited ten books and many articles in national/international journals. He was awarded Shastri Indo- Canadian Research Fellowship. Kulirani is a member of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) and was a delegate to the 16th World Congress (Kunming, China) and 17th World Congress (Manchester, United Kingdom) of the IUAES. Kulirani is Founder Secretary of the Anthropological Association, Mysore and a Life Member of the Indian National Confederation and Academy of Anthropologists (INCAA), Kolkata. He is Life Member of the North East India Council of Social Science Research, Shillong and one of the former Presidents. He is member of the Editorial Board of The Indian Journal of Anthropology. Bookseller Inventory # 116300

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Item Description: Affiliated East-West Press for Anthropological Survey of India, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Part 1 : Foreword. Introduction. The Communities: 1. Adikal. 2. Adiyan. 3. Agasa. 4. Ahmadiya. 5. Allar. 6. Andhra/Telugu. 7. Andhra Brahman. 8. Andi Pandaram. 9. Anglo-Indian. 10. Anthru Nair. 11. Aranadan. 12. Arayan. 13. Arayavathi. 14. Arunthathiyar. 15. Arya. 16. Ayyanavar. 17. Ayyanavar Christian. 18. Baira. 19. Bakuda. 20. Balija (Gajalu). 21. Ballal. 22. Bandari. 23. Bharathar Christian. 24. Bhillava. 25. Bohra Daudi. 26. Bovis Mogeyar. 27. Boyan/Naicken. 28. Bunt. 29. Chakkala. 30. Chakkiyar. 31. Chakkyar Nambiyar. 32. Chakravar/Sakravar. 33. Chaptegara. 34. Chayakkar. 35. Chengazhi Nambiar. 36. Cheruman. 37. Chingathanmar. 38. Cholanaickan. 39. Dakhani-Muslim. 40. Devadiga. 41. Devanga. 42. Domban. 43. Embrandiri. 44. Eravallan. 45. Ezhuthachan. 46. Ganika. 47. Gatti. 48. Gowda. 49. Gowda Saraswath Brahman. 50. Havyaka Brahman. 51. Hegde/Heggade. 52. Hill Pulaya - Karavazhi. 53. Hill Pulaya - Kurumba. 54. Holeya. 55. Ilayatu. 56. Irular. 57. Irupathinalu Mane Telugu Chetty. 58. Izhava/Thiya. 59. Izhava Christian. 60. Izhavathi. Part II: 61. Jains. 62. Jews. 63. Jogi. 64. Kadaiyan. 65. Kadar. 66. Kaikolan. 67. Kakkalan. 68. Kalanady. 69. Kalladi. 70. Kallattu Kurup. 71. Kanakkan. 72. Kanikkar. 73. Kaniyan. 74. Kannadigas. 75. Karhada Brahman. 76. Karimpalan. 77. Kattunaickan. 78. Kavara. 79. Kavuthiyan. 80. Kidaran. 81. Knanaya Christian/Thekkumbhaga Samudhayam. 82. Kochu Velan/Mala Ulladan. 83. Kollan. 84. Kongu Vellala Gounder. 85. Kootan/Kudan. 86. Koraga. 87. Kota Brahman. 88. Koteyar. 89. Kshatriya. 90. Kudiya. 91. Kudubi. 92. Kumar Kshatriya. 93. Kunduvadiyan. 94. Kuravan Sidhanar. 95. Kuravan Sidhanar Christian. 96. Kurichian/Kurichechan. 97. Pathirikurichian. 98. Kurukkal. 99. Kurumba. 100. Kuruman -Mullu Kuruman. 101. Kuruman - Urali Kuruman. 102. Kusavan. 103. Latin Christian. 104. Madiga. 105. Maila. 106. Mala Malasar/Maha Malasar. 107. Mala Muthan. 108. Mala Panickar. 109. Malai Arayan/Mala Arayan. 110. Mala Arayar Christian. 111. Malai Pandaram/Mala Pandaram. 112. Malasar. 113. Malayalar. 114. Malayan Kongu Malayan. 115. Malayan - Nattu Malayan. 116. Malayan. 117. Malekudiya/Melakudi. 118. Mannan (SC). 119. Mannan (ST). 120. Mappila. 121. Maran Nair. 122. Marar. 123. Marassari. 124. Marati. 125. Maravan. 126. Maruthuvar. 127. Mavilan. 128. Mogavirar/Mogaveera. 129. Moolya. 130. Moothan. 131. Mudugar. 132. Mukaya. 133. Mukhari/Mukkari. 134. Mukkuvan. 135. Mukkuvar Christian. 136. Mukkuvar Muslim. 137. Mundala. 138. Muppar. 139. Musari. 140. Muslim--Kutchi Memon. 141. Muslim--Ossan. 142. Muslim Shafi. 143. Muthuvan. 144. Muttatu. 145. Nadar. 146. Nadar Christian. 147. Nalkadaya/Nalkedaya. 148. Nambidi. 149. Nambuthiri. 150. Narsanna. 151. Nassuvan. 152. Navayat Muslim. 153. Nayadi. 154. Nayar. 155. Nullayan. 156. Otan. Part III: 157. Padannan. 158. Palakkad Thandan. 159. Paliyan/Palliyan. 160. Pallan. 161. Pambada. 162. Panan. 163. Pandaran. 164. Pandithar. 165. Paniyan. 166. Paravan. 167. Parayan/Paraiyan. 168. Parayan/Sambavar Christian. 169. Parivara Bunt. 170. Pathiyan. 171. Pathinaickan. 172. Pattariya. 173. Perumkollan. 174. Pisharoti. 175. Poduval. 176. Pulayan/Cheramar. 177. Pulayan/Cheramar Christian. 178. Puliasari. 179. Pulluvan. 180. Pushpakan Unni. 181. Rajapura Saraswat/Rajapuri. 182. Reddiar. 183. Rowther. 184. Salia (Tamil). 185. Saliyan/Chaliyan. 186. Samagara. 187. Samantan. 188. Semman/Chemman. 189. Sikhs. 190. Sthanika Brahman. 191. Syrian Christian. 192. Tamil Brahman. 193. Tamils. 194. Tarakan. 195. Thachanad Muppan. 196. Thandan. 197. Thattan. 198. Thevar. 199. Tiyattunni. 200. Udyar. 201. Ulladan. 202. Uraly. 203. Urindavan. 204. Vadukan. 205. Valan. 206. Valinjiyar. 207. Valluvan. 208. Vaniyan. 209. Vanniyakula Kshatriya. 210. Variyar. 211. Veerasaivar. 212. Velakathala Nair. 213. Velan. 214. Chunnambu Velan. 215. Velar. 216. Vellala. 217. Veluthedathu Nair. 218. Vetan/Malai Vedan. 219. Vettuvan. 220. Vilkururp. 221. Vishavan. 222. Vishwakarma (Tamil). 223. Vokkaliga. Bookseller Inventory # 44158

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