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Shekhar Bandopadhyay; Tilak Bagchi and R K Bhattacharya

Published by ASI, Kolkata (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170463009 ISBN 13: 9788170463009

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About this Item: ASI, Kolkata, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Part I A note on the series. Foreword. Acknowledgement. Introduction. The communities 1. Abdal. 2. Aghori. 3. Aguri. 4. Ahir. 5. Angarok. 6. Anglo Indian. 7. Armenian. 8. Assamese. 9. Asur. 10. Bagdi. 11. Bagti. 12. Bahelia. 13. Baida. 14. Baidya. 15. Baidyakar. 16. Bairagi. 17. Baishya. 18. Baiti. 19. Bajkar. 20. Barui. 21. Bathudi. 22. Bauri. 23. Bedia. 24. Behera. 25. Beldar. 26. Bhakta. 27. Bhalla. 28. Bhangi. 29. Bhanja Puran. 30. Bhat. 31. Bhogta. 32. Bhotia. 33. Bhuinmali. 34. Bhuiya. 35. Bhujel. 36. Bhumij. 37. Bihari. 38. Bin/Bind. 39. Birhor. 40. Birjia. 41. Bohra. 42. Brahman. 43. Byadh. 44. Chain. 45. Chasa Dhoba. 46. Chasot. 47. Chero. 48. Chik Baraik. 49. Chinese. 50. Chirimar. 51. Chitrakar. 52. Christian. 53. Chunauri. 54. Churihara. 55. Damai. 56. Dandachhatra Majhi. 57. Deshwali Majhi. 58. Dhawa. 59. Dhimal. 60. Dhoba. 61. Dhunia. 62. Doaiy. 63. Dom. 64. Drukpa. 65. Dusadh. 66. Gandhabanik. 67. Ganesh. 68. Gareri. 69. Garo. 70. Ghasi. 71. Ghunnya. 72. Gonr. 73. Gonrhi. 74. Gour. 75. Gujarati. 76. Gurung. 77. Hajjam. 78. Hari. 79. Hela. 80. Ho. 81. Jalia Kaibarta. 82. Jews. 83. Jhalo Malo. 84. Jola. 85. Jugi. 86. Kahar. 87. Kakmara. 88. Kalal. 89. Kalu. 90. Kalwar. 91. Kamar. 92. Kami. 93. Kandra. 94. Kandu (Kanu). 95. Kansari. 96. Kapali. 97. Kapuria. 98. Karan. 99. Karanga. 100. Kawar. 101. Kayastha. 102. Kela. 103. Keora. 104. Keot. 105. Khaira. 106. Khalifa. 107. Khandait. 108. Kharia (Hill). The term Bangla or Bengal came into existence some time around 1000 BC. The Bengal region has remnants of continuous human habitation from Palaeolithic to historic periods historic and linguistic evidences suggest that early settlers were speakers of Dravidian Tibeto Burman and Austro Asiatic languages with the Indo Aryan speakers coming later. Since the tenth century BC the kingdoms and janapadas have been governed by Buddhist Hindu and Muslim rulers. The British gained political power in the eighteenth century eventually Bengal became the epicentre of British rule in India. The end of colonial rule in 1947 came with the Partition of Bengal the Indian portion came to be known as the state of West Bengal. The greater part of this state is in the low lying delta of the Ganges one of the most densely populated regions in the world. The northern part of the state is in the Eastern Himalayas. The majority of the population comprises Bengali along with a sizeable population from Bihar Jharkhand and Orissa. About 6 per cent of the population belongs to various Scheduled Tribe groups. The major populations in the hilly region are the Gurkha Lepcha and Bhutia. Every seven out of 10 persons in the state live in villages agriculture is the predominant livelihood. Other than rice the staple for the region the major agricultural produces are wheat maize potato and oil seeds. Major cash crops are jute and tea. Notably the service sector contributes more than half the gross domestic product of the state. The rich literary tradition and the works of the traditional and contemporary artists and craftsmen have been West Bengal an identity of its own. 690 pp. Seller Inventory # 69126

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Shekhar Bhandopadhyay; Tilak Bagchi and R K Bhattacharya

Published by ASI, Calcutta (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170463009 ISBN 13: 9788170463009

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About this Item: ASI, Calcutta, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Part II. 1. Kharwar. 2. Khatik. 3. Khen. 4. Kisan. 5. Koeri. 6. Konai. 7. Kora. 8. Kotal. 9. Kudmi. 10. Kumhar. 11. Kunjra. 12. Kunui. 13. Kurol. 14. Lalbegi. 15. Lepcha. 16. Let. 17. Limbu. 18. Lodha. 19. Lohar. 20. Lohara. 21. Mahar. 22. Maharashtrian. 23. Mahishya. 24. Mahli. 25. Mal. 26. Malakar. 27. Malhar. 28. Mali. 29. Malpaharia. 30. Mangar. 31. Marwari. 32. Mayara. 33. Mech. 34. Mete. 35. Mirshikar. 36. Muchi. 37. Munda. 38. Musahar. 39. Nagar. 40. Nagesia. 41. Namasudra. 42. Napit. 43. Nat. 44. Newar. 45. Nikari. 46. Nuniya. 47. Oraon. 48. Oriya. 49. Pahariya. 50. Pakhimara. 51. Paliya. 52. Pan. 53. Parja/Porja. 54. Parsi. 55. Pasi. 56. Pathan. 57. Patikar. 58. Patni. 59. Pod. 60. Portuguese. 61. Punjabi. 62. Rabha. 63. Rai. 64. Rajbanshi. 65. Rajput. 66. Rajput Solanki. 67. Raju. 68. Rajwar. 69. Rangrez. 70. Rautia. 71. Sabar/Savara. 72. Sadgop. 73. Sahis. 74. Sankhakara. 75. Santal. 76. Sarak. 77. Sarki. 78. Sayyad. 79. Shah Or Shah Faqir. 80. Sheik. 81. Sherpa. 82. Sikh. 83. Siyalgir. 84. South Indian. 85. Subarnabanik. 86. Sunri. 87. Sutradhar. 88. Swarnakar. 89. Tamang. 90. Tambuli. 91. Tanti. 92. Tili. 93. Tiyor. 94. Toto. 95. Turi. Bio anthropological information. Glossary. Select bibliography. Index. The term Bangla or Bengal came into existence some time around 1000 BC. The Bengal region has remnants of continuous human habitation from Palaeolithic to historic periods historic and linguistic evidences suggest that early settlers were speakers of Dravidian Tibeto Burman and Austro Asiatic languages with the Indo Aryan speakers coming later. Since the tenth century BC the kingdoms and janapadas have been governed by Buddhist Hindu and Muslim rulers. The British gained political power in the eighteenth century eventually Bengal became the epicentre of British rule in India. The end of colonial rule in 1947 came with the Partition of Bengal the Indian portion came to be known as the state of West Bengal. The greater part of this state is in the low lying delta of the Ganges one of the most densely populated regions in the world. The northern part of the state is in the Eastern Himalayas. The majority of the population comprises Bengali along with a sizeable population from Bihar Jharkhand and Orissa. About 6 per cent of the population belongs to various Scheduled Tribe groups. The major populations in the hilly region are the Gurkha Lepcha and Bhutia. Every seven out of 10 persons in the state live in villages agriculture is the predominant livelihood. Other than rice the staple for the region the major agricultural produces are wheat maize potato and oil seeds. Major cash crops are jute and tea. Notably the service sector contributes more than half the gross domestic product of the state. The rich literary tradition and the works of the traditional and contemporary artists and craftsmen have been West Bengal an identity of its own. 691-1398. Seller Inventory # 69127

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