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Lok Nath Soni

Published by ASI, Kolkata (2005)

ISBN 10: 8185579822 ISBN 13: 9788185579825

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About this Item: ASI, Kolkata, 2005. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Anthropology in the Indian museums/Sabita Ranjan Sarkar. 2. Importance of ethnographic museum/Atul Chandra Bhowmick. 3. Some thoughts on the problems of arrangement of anthropological specimen in museums/Dilip K. Ray. 4. Documentation of ethnographic specimens a new approach/Sabita Ranjan Sarkar. 5. Anthropo museological perspective of cultural heritage an overview/Amit Soni and Lok Nath Soni. 6. Scientific conservation for cultural heritage the utmost importance of 21 century/R.K. Mukhopadhyay. 126 pp. Seller Inventory # 55489

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Lok Nath Soni

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ISBN 10: 8185579571 ISBN 13: 9788185579573

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About this Item: ASI. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. The ethnohistory of the raut. 2. The material aspect of life. 3. Social organisation. 4. Political organisation.5. Economic life. 6. Rites of passage. 7. The religious axis. 8. Discussion. Glossary. References. "The raut, who were nomadic cattle herders in the incipient stage of their civilisation, have now settled down in the villages of Chhattisgarh and have combined agriculture with their traditional occupation of cattle-herding, which shows their shift from pastoral economy to agricultural economy, involving them in the process of pastoral agriculture continuum. Over a long period of time, systematic modes-socio-economic between the raut and other local peasant communities have developed in the area. The vocational specialisation of the different castes, which is more or less hereditary, makes them to interact fulfilling the needs of each other. Different caste groups work as segmented functional groups, separate in their caste behaviour and economic mode, but as an integral part of the Indian village society and culture in Chhattisgarh region of Madhya Pradesh. "This ethnographic study throws light on the rout of Chhattisgarh which is the first comprehensive study on this major caste group. Rauts are widely known as Yadavas who have been playing very significant role in recent times in the national as well as state political scenario of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and some other states of India. Rich cultural heritage and the functional role of the raut in the local peasantry have provided them an important place 200 pp. Seller Inventory # 28446

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Chaturbhuj Sahu

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ISBN 10: 8176252093 ISBN 13: 9788176252096

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About this Item: Sarup. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Socio-economic aspects and quality of life of the tribals of Hazaribag district/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 2. Tribal education: problems and role of SIEMAT/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 3. Natural objects as saviors of the great humanist culture of non-aryans/Chaturbhuj Sahu and A.K. Jha. 4. Towards a more humanistic integrated culture/A.K. Jha and Chaturbhuj Sahu. 5. Forests and tribals: the issues of conservation and livelihood/ Lok Nath Soni. 6. The Kolgha of Gujarat: ethnographic perspective and development prospects of a primitive tribe/Lok Nath Soni. 7. Gathering to cultivation: developmental strategies and the Sahariya/Lok Nath Soni. 8. Educational system and the tribals: a rethinking/Amit Soni and Lok Nath Soni. 9. Indebtedness and land alienation in hilly forest: a case study of a primitive tribal group/Arup Ray and Tilak Bagchi. 10. Bison Horn Maria in the light of new ethnography/Amitabh Sarkar and Samira Dasgupta. 11. Checking tribal encroachments on forest land through JFM activities: the case of Khargone district in Madhya Pradesh/Debashis Debnath. 12. Indigenous knowledge in natural resource management towards tribal development/Debashis Debnath. 13. The socio-economic status of Sahariya tribe of Madhya Pradesh/Hariom Sharma and R.L.S. Sikarwar. 14. The muduvan/C.R. Sathyanarayanan. 15. Health care strategies: mass and individual approaches in tribal societies/Soumyajit Patra and Samita Manna. 16. Social problem of the Santhal aged widow/Ratna Samanta. 17. Food habits and practices of Santhal tribe/Parnita Kumari. 18. Fertility behaviours 404 pp. Seller Inventory # 37968

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Debabrata Mandal; Tilak Bagchi and Lok Nath Soni

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ISBN 10: 8176252611 ISBN 13: 9788176252614

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About this Item: Sarup. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Snake-cults and snake-charmers: 1. Relevance of Manasa in the origin and development of snake-cult in India/Tushar Kanti Niyogi. 2. The snake in art, lore and legend/Tilak Bagchi. 3. The Savara: snake-charmers of Bengal/H.M. Roy. 4. The Sapera of Rajasthan: an appraisal of snakes and snake-charmers/Lok Nath Soni. II. Education and socialisation: 5. Awareness of education among the tribals in a Bengal village/A.K. Haldar and Nabakumar Duary. 6. Educational system and the tribals: a rethinking/Amit Soni and Lok Nath Soni. 7. Education among the Kheria of West Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 8. Child rearing practices among the Baite of Manipur/M. Arbindo Singh, Tilak Bagchi and Sakhitombi Devi. III. Tribal studies and development: 9. A unique marriage custom of a sub- Himalayan tribe/Debarata Mandal and Santa Mukherjee. 10. Life and culture of the bhil of Malwa/Debarata Mandal. 11. Problems and issue of tribal development/M. Sankara Reddy. 12. Customary law and cultural synthesis: a case of the Santal of Birbhum/Amit Soni. 13. Ethnicity and inter-tribal relation in the hills of Manipur: insider's perspective/Tilak Bagchi and K.Jonathan. IV. Primitive tribes: 14. Birhor in changing economy: an observation from Hazaribagh/Pratibha Kumari. 15. Social and economic scenario of a primitive tribe in Madhya Pradesh/Debarata Mandal. 16. The Savara of eastern ghats/Majji Sankara Reddy. V. Some issues in anthropology: 17. Prospect of tourism in tribal areas: an anthropo- museological model/Tilak Bagchi and Debarata Mandal. 18. Problem of drug 264 pp. Seller Inventory # 43486

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D Tyagi

Published by ASI, Calcutta (1998)

ISBN 10: 8185579431 ISBN 13: 9788185579436

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About this Item: ASI, Calcutta, 1998. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. Introduction/D. Tyagi. 2. Palaeo anthropological exploration in the Central Western Narmada Valley/A.R. Sankhyan and V.V. Rao. 3. Cultural ecology of two villages affected by (Indira) Sagar Dam in Madhya Pradesh/P.N. Lal S.K. Mondal and D.N. Pandey. 4. Impact of Sardar Sarovar a human ecological study of the two villages of Gujarat/P.N. Lal and D.N. Pandey. 5. The Tadvis of Gujarat under displacement by Narmada Valley Project/Lona Nayak. 6. Collection of ethnographic specimens from Gujarat/Arup Ray and Lok Nath Soni. 7. Ethnographic collection from Narmada Valley/Lok Nath Soni. Along the stretch of 1300 kms. the Narmada river is known as the largest river in peninsular India involving three major states viz. Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra and Gujarat. The Narmada Valley presents a variety of physiographic segments with a rich treasure of flora and fauna. It is also believed that man lived in this valley since the beginning of human evolution. This exploratory study presents some Palaeo anthropological materials from the deposits around this river valley along with some contemporary ethnographic museum specimens. The study also highlights on the cultural ecological aspects of human habitation as well as possibilities of meaningful rehabilitation of the displaced persons to the affected by the construction of Sardar Sarovar Dam. 135 pp. Seller Inventory # 53191

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Chaturbhuj Sahu

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176256188 ISBN 13: 9788176256186

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents Preface. 1. Aspects of life and culture of Jaunsar Bawar tribe/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 2. Human Rights and empowerment of women a case study of Danto village of Hazaribag district/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 3. Economic condition and its consequences among the Santhal aged/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 4. Role of East West centre of rural development for development of the Birhor/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 5. Non Aryan identity of Indus Valley Civilization and culture/A.K. Jha and Chaturbhuj Sahu. 6. The Kolcha of Gujarat Extent of social justice and tribal development/Lok Nath Soni. 7. Agrarian system of Rajuar tribe of Mayurbhanj district Orissa/Debabrata Mandal. 8. Impact of myth and belief system in conservation of natural environment by the tribes of North Sikkim/Sanchita Ghatak. 9. Environmental hazards and their management a case study in the food affected area in lower Damodar Valley region/Sanchita Ghatak. 10. Rising insurgency in North Bengal an observation/Nupur Sinha and Krishna Mandal. 11. Socio cultural study of religion and shamanism among the Lepchas of Sikkim/S.I. Ahmad. 12. The Malai Kuravar the basket makers of Tirunelveli/S. Simon John. 13. Management and maintenance of Open Air Museum a professional challenge/Nilanjan Khatua. 14. Sociology of culture case of the Mahali of West Bengal/Amit Soni. 15. Food and nutritional standard of Birhor tribe of Hazaribag district/Mrs. Gayatri Sahu. 16. Food habits and nutritional status of Santhal Women of Giridih district/Mrs. Seema Kumari. 17. Facts about the diet of tribal people of Jharkhand/Anil Kr. Maurya. 18. Nutritional status and physical growth among the Santhal of Bokaro district an anthropometric study/Kumar Mithilesh. 19. Variations in the age at Manarche among the Santhal and Jaunsar Bawar tribes/Kumar Mithilesh. 20. Fish Protein rich diet for tribal people/Mrs. Parnita Kumari. 21. Health status of Santhal women/Sandhaya Kumari. 22. Present situation of the Santhal of Hazaribag district/Sheonandan Saw and Mrs. Lalita Sahu. 23. Political heritage a case study of Santhal tribe/Alok Kumar. 24. Physical problems of the Santhal aged/Raj Kumar Mahto. 25. Ethnographic profile of the tribes of Uttranchal/Vinay Kumar. 26. Sacred performance of Jaunsar Bawar/Kumar Manoj. 27. Role of Holy Cross Social Science Centre for development of the Birhor/Arjun Prasad. 28. Gender disability in the education of tribal female/Naba Kumar Duary. 29. Mali tribe of Andhra Pradesh/Ram Narayan Sahu. 30. Labour welfare measures in Central Coalfield Ltd. Giridih/Mukesh Kr. Saha. 31. Tourist places in Hazaribag district Jharkhand/G.K. Bimha and Raj Kumar Gupta. 32. Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojna a case of Petarwar block/Arun Kumar. 33. Upliftment of denotified community a case study of Lodha tribe/Alok Kumar. 34. Political organization among some tribes of Jharkhand/Raj Kumar Mahto. 35. Change in food habits among the tribes of Hatia Industrial Zone/Mrs. Seema Kumari. 36. Problems of child health care among the tribes of Hazaribag district/Mrs. Gayatri Sahu. 37. Dhumkuria a traditional tribal youth dormitory/Kumar Manoj. 38. Gender differentiation in tribal and non tribal communities of Ranchi. Index. India has given shelter to a large number of tribal people with diverse cultural and biological identity in diverse environmental and geographical conditions. The tribals with diverse ethnic and cultural identity have been living in different corners for centuries. They adjusted themselves with peculiar ecological conditions of the area and started the way of life suitable in their respected ecosystem. The volume encompasses a wide range of papers covering so many important aspects of tribal life but mainly devoted for the Santhal tribe of Jharkhand and Jaunsar Bawar tribe of Uttranchal. Santhal is one of the oldest and most populated tribes of India living in plain area while Jaunsar Bawar is one of the Himalayan tribes being famous for polyandrous community. This volume would provide the basic features of the tribe which wo. Seller Inventory # 60773

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R M Sarkar

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8183871860 ISBN 13: 9788183871860

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Introduction/R.M. Sarkar. 2. Role of development administration in the development of the Parhaiya/Rajeev K. Kumar and A.K. Kapoor. 3. Rural development and social change ethnographic perspective and development prospects of the Kolgha/Lok Nath Soni. 4. Primitive tribal language of India/Sreenathan. 5. Education for economic development among the Nocobarese Tribal Women/B. Piraburam. 6. Birjias in the midst of nature and spirit/Samira Dasgupta. 7. Tattooing a pre historic art form in primitive and Folk Society of India/Nabakumar Duary. 8. Impact of Tsunami a changing scenario in Central Nicobar/K.M. Sinha Roy and S.S. Datta Chaudhuri. 9. Gender and bio diversity management in a food gathering tribal society/Bindu Ramachandran. 10. The primitive tribes of Andamans will they survive/Manis Kumar Raha. 11. Sparks of globalization and its impact among the Toto a primitive tribal group/Amitabha Sarkar. 12. Structure and performance of small scale economies of the Bhoksa/Arnab Das. 13. The Chenches in the burden of diseases/G. Eswaraiah and G. Prakash. 14. Socio economic dimensions and development among the Siddi/Ankita Arya and A.K. Kapoor. 15. The Totos in transition/Samar Biswas and Somenath Bhattacharjee. 16. Kinship terminology of the Jarawas/Sreenathan. 17. The changing scenario of the primitive tribal groups of Chhattisgarh/Sheela Dasgupta. 18. Becoming endangered tribes in the context of larger soceities some observations/Jayanta Sarkar. 19. Women's reproductive and child health among the Kamar Tribe/Nilanjan Khatua. 20. Tribal health problems disease burden and ameliorative challenges in the tribal communities of Eastern Ghats with special reference to Orissa/R.S. Balgir. 21. Nutritional assessment among the primitive tribes of Jharkhand/Sabir Hussain and Kanchan Roy. 22. Health status and health care practices among the the Nicorbarese/Santosh Upadhyay. 23. The health status of the elderly primitive tribes of Orissa/A.S. Kerketta G. Bulliyya and B.V. Babu. 24. Sero genetic study among the Yanadis of Andhra Pradesh/A.B. Subhashini and S. Karimulla. 25. Disaster management policies and the primitive tribes an array of contradiction/Bhaskar Chakraborty. 26. The kings of the forest/R.M. Sarkar. Index. The Primitive Tribal Groups embrace such tribal people who are characteristically benighted in the different dimensions of their way of life. Economically they still indicate their specific trend of continuation of the archaic pattern of existence. Living very close to nature and their utter dependence on the bountiful natural resources their way of life and basic philosophy have been moulded accordingly and thus any sort of severance from this deep rooted matrix results in an imbalancing situation. After having been specially identified as the Primitive Tribal Groups by the Government of India on the basis of certain administrative criteria these sorted out tribal communities are promised to offer all types of help and cooperation for mitigating their hazards and anxieties consternations and tribulations in their life situation. It has been observed from the working of the various extensive efforts taken up by the government for the developmental activities of the ill fated people that varied constraints have thwarted the very endeavour due to certain obvious reasons. In order to understand the very pretext of this unwanted situation there is an urgent necessity to study the different aspects of life and thinking patterns of these primitive tribes distinctively as they differ from each other in content and character. This anthology has taken the ardent pledge to highlight copiously the integrated perspective of the different dimensions of life of the Primitive Tribal Groups living in the different ecological settings in India and having discrete understandings as well as problems. The total canvas has been designed here with the empirical findings on PTGs contributed by the celebrated sc. Seller Inventory # 70450

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Vijoy S Sahay; Pradip K Singh and Gautam K Bera

Published by Serials, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771808 ISBN 13: 9788186771808

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About this Item: Serials, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Anthropology in India a comment/Vinay Kumar Srivastava. 2. An anthropologist looks at history a re interpretation of ancient history and culture of India/Vijoy S. Sahay. 3. Toda identity at crossroads/Sibir Ranjan Das. 4. The neglected tribes of Jharkhand/Pradip Kumar Singh. 5. The social system of Minicoy Island/Padmavathi Allamsetty. 6. Ethnicity in the Jammu and Kashmir State a profile of races and tribal study/B.L. Chaku. 7. Food universe of the Santal structure and cognition/Indrani Bhattacharyya. 8. Santal Kinship terminology a componential analysis/Paulami Chattopadhyay. 9. Undocumented migration from Bangladesh to West Bengal/Pranati Datta. 10. Historicity development and manifestation of Gorkhaland Movement an anthropological approach/Kakali Chakrabarty and S.K. Behera. 11. The Lodha and the Mahali of Border Bengal Perspectives in their ecology and economy/Nishi Bera. 12. Tribal development in Jharkhand the past experience/Vinita Singh and Kali Nath Jha. 13. Padhan and the survival of Buxa traditional political leadership/Geetika Ranjan. 14. The revivalistic movement of Jharkhandi Kudmi a struggle for identity/Sudhanshu Shekhar Mahato. 15. Socio economic development among the Varlis in Maharashtra/Anjali Kurane. 16. A distant hope tribal self rule governance in the Scheduled Areas of Jharkhand/Prabhat K. Singh. 17. Changing dimensions of ethnic boundary and constraints of Jural Norms/Lok Nath Soni. 18. The making of a Munda Shaman traditional wisdom vis a vis continuity of knowledge/Ashis Kumar Das. 19. Death rituals of the Ho a study in Kolhan area/Nabakumar Duary B.K. Mohanta and Partha Das. 20. Equality of women in their educational and working status a study of Kerala/G.K. Moli and G.K. Mini. 21. Sustainable tribal development/Suruchi Tewari. 22. A critique of Durkheim's concept of sacred and profane /Paras K. Choudhary. 23. Witchcraft a critical appraisal/Bhola Nath Ghosh. 24. Primitive folk and their dependence on plant and land recourses taxonomical portrayal of the Juango/Syamalkanti Sengupta and Kanika Sengupta. 25. Utilisation of reproductive and child health services by tribal population in Bastar District M.P./Kusum Chopra Neelam Makol and Indira Murali. 26. Some aspects of reproductive performance of the Uttar Pradesh Brahmins/Vibha Agnihotri. 27. Religious and socio cultural context of fertility and adoption of contraceptives in India/P. Murugan. 28. Life affecting variables and infant mortality a study among the Kol Tribe of Madhya Pradesh/Ajay Kr. Gharami. 29. Culture and Malaria control interventions a case study of Surat District in Gujarat/Pravin Kumar Jha. 30. Fertility among the Ladiya of Sagar District Madhya Pradesh a multivariate analysis/D.K. Adak and A.K. Gharami. 31. Medical anthropological study in a tribal village/Shyamal Kumar Nandy. 32. Ethnomedical beliefs and practices among the Savara/Aditya Ray and B.V. Sharma. 33. Some somatometric traits among the Assamese Sikhs/Jaswant Singh and Sarthak Sengupta. 34. Finger and Palmar Dermatoglyphics of the Deoris of the Dibrugarh District Assam/Ruby Saikia and Deepanjana D. Das. The book covers multiple socio cultural and biological dimensions of researches in Indian anthropology. Trained and professional anthropologists engaged in various universities as also in various anthropological organizations in the country have contributed articles for this illustrious volume. The various socio cultural dimensions that it covers are from Art of Body decoration to the anthropology of sacred centres from maternal education to the effect of women's status in family size from female infanticide and women in development to the Indian women in transition from tribal indebtedness and displacement and deprivation of tribesmen to the weekly tribal market from anthropology of religion to anthropology of health from medical anthropology to ethno medicines and from educational development to the nutritional problems of the tribesmen. In the. Seller Inventory # 57360

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Swapan Kumar Pramanick and Samita Manna

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents About Prof. P.K. Bhowmick. Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. Editorial. I. P.K. Bhowmick and his anthropological legacy 1. Professor P.K. Bhowmick the field anthropologist oriented with indigenous vision/Rebati Mohan Sarkar. 2. Research methods in cultural anthropology and the University of Calcutta/Harsha N. Mookherjee. 3. Methodological approaches in studying anthropological problems/Amal Kumar Mallick. 4. A new mentality Professor P.K. Bhowmick/M. Afsaruddin and Taniya Sharmeen. II. Explorations in anthropology Section I. Ethnography 1. Introduction/Manis Kumar Raha. 2. Society and economy of the Mahalis of Midnapur West Bengal/Syamalkanti Sengupta. 3. Life in Kachari Village Dimasa lifeway an ethnographic study/Dipali Danda. 4. Culture and society of the Gadabas of Andhra Pradesh an ethnographic profile/A.V. Subba Rao. 5. An analytical study of the maring society of Manipur/Rajat Kanti Das. 6. Socio cultural life of the Kukis of Manipur a historical analysis/T.S. Gangte. 7. Socio cultural change among the Kondh/Bijay Kumar Behera. 8. Ethnohistory of the Koras of West Bengal/Ashoke Kumar Jana. 9. The Bhoksa a little known tribe of Uttar Pradesh/Niranjan Kumar Ghatak. 10. A study on anthropological (bio social) aspects of child and maternal health among the Nicobarese of Car Nicobar Island/Madhumala Chattopadhyay. 11. The Savaras a snake charming community of West Bengal/Himangsu Mohan Ray. 12. The Bagals of Border Bengal a cattle herding community in Search of identity/Swapan Kumar Chakraborty. 13. The Bauris of West Bengal a socio economic study/Kartik Chandra Shasmal. 14. Society and economy of the Dhimal an agricultural community of Eastern Nepal/Rishikeshab Regmi. 15. Social anthropological study of cattle Herders in Chhattisgarh/Lok Nath Soni. Section II. Religion in Indian perspective 1. Introduction/Baidyanath Saraswati. 2. Anthropology of tribal religiosity a micro study in a common ecological setting/Debashis Debnath. 3. Stratification and religion in the Rabha society of Tufanganj/Pabitra Kumar Gupta. 4. Religion and society in eight villages of Eastern Midnapur West Bengal/Tarasish Mukhopadhayay. 5. Religious complex in a metropolitan fringe/Asoke Kumar Biswas. 6. Tarakeswar study of a Hindu place of pilgrimage in West Bengal/Prafulla Chakrabarti. 7. Sacred complex in Holy Godavari (Rajahmundry) in Andhra Pradesh an anthropological study of religious behaviour/Vaddi Arjanna. 8. Food and rituals a study of their interrelationship in Fringe Bengal/Bela Jana. 9. Concept of disease and methods of treatment (Medical and Non Medical) in West Bengal/Pratima Chowdhury. 10. Concept of illness and health seeking behaviour in West Bengal a micro study/Archana Sinha. 11. Religion magic and witchcraft among the Kondh of Bataguda area of Phulbani District of Orissa/Arun Kumar Chatterjee. 12. Death as viewed in society among the castes/Ratna Gupta (nee Mallik). 13. Rituals in tradition and modernity a socio ethnographic study of funeral rituals among the Hindus of the Kangsabati Valley of West Bengal/Manibrata Bhattacharya. Section III. Rural social institutions and administration 1. Introduction/Sachchidananda. 2. Joint family in the district of 24 Parganas West Bengal a sociological study/Satyajiban Chakraborty. 3. A study of sociological import of rural indebtedness in the district of 24 Parganas West Bengal/Chittaranjan Banerjee. 4. Traditional Caste Panchayat and aspects of social movement a micro study in Eastern Midnapore West Bengal/Narayan Chandra Maiti. 5. Pattern and continuity of rural administration in West Bengal/Shibnath Banerjee. Section IV. Development action and applied anthropology 1. Introduction/Sachchidananda. 2. Social development and maladjustment a case study in the tribal areas of Andhra Pradesh/M.V. Krishna Rao. 3. A study in development anthropology in ecological and cultural perspective of Garhwal/Sudhir Kumar Biswas. 4. Anthropology in action in the tribal areas of Adilabad District. Seller Inventory # 64938

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Debabrata Mandal; Tilak Bagchi and Asok Mukhopadhyay

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Some facets in anthropology 1. Man's adaptation a unifying concept/D.P. Mukherjee. 2. Population genetics in human welfare/D.P. Mukherjee. 3. Swaminarayan Sampraday a study of syncretism/A.V. Arakeri. 4. Mental disorder an anthropological appraisal/Sudhendu Chanda. 5. A model for cooperative farming and the interest of the marginal farmer/Ali Asgar Mondal. 6. The place names of Saurashtra of Gujarat a glimpse of culture/Arup Ray. 7. Poundra Kshatriya of Sundarban a discussion/Sudhendu Chanda and Debabrata Mandal. 8. Bhadralok Chotolok dichotomy in an urban milieu a componential analysis/Subhash Chandra Chattopadhyay and Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay. 9. Ecology economy and belief system a study on the delta situation/Krishna Basu. II. Tribal studies 10. Saharia in the cross road of change at Chambal a prelude/Debabrata Mandal. 11. Income expenditure pattern poverty and indebtedness of five tribal communities in a micro setting/Tilak Bagchi. 12. The culturally permitted practice of drinking habit leads to alcoholism among the Santal individuals/Amit Kumar Ghosh. 13. Myth and architecture a study among the Santal in West Bengal/Santanu Mitra. 14. Child health in tribal society a micro study in five tribal communities of Paschim Medinipore West Bengal/Tilak Bagchi. 15. Role of tribal women towards community development/Samira Dasgupta and Amitabha Sarkar. 16. Minor millet crop (kodo) and its cultural adaptation a study among the Lepcha of middle Sikkim Tista Valley/Sudhansu Gangopadhyay. 17. Forest canoe and fishing the axle of Shompen economy/Amitava Dinda and Sumitabha Chakraborty. 18. A study of transformation among the Rajuar of Orissa/Debabrata Mandal. III. Anthropology of Indian crafts Crafts of Gujarat an overview Soni/Tilak Bagchi and Lok Nath. 20. Impact of modern technology on traditional crafts an elucidation of emerging issues/Gopa Chakraborty. 21. Wood craft and traditional wisdom a case study among the Nicobarese of Katchal Island/K.M. Sinha Roy. 22. The boat making a fascinating craft of the Karan of North Andaman Islands/Sumitabha Chakraborty. 23. Nature man and crafts of Kachchh/Tilak Bagchi. IV. Anthropology in tourism 24. Tourism in the North Sikkim Himalayas a study on cultural land scope/Sudhansu Gangopadhyay. 25. Bakkhali of the Sundarban biosphere reserve a potential spot of tourism/Sunit Mandal. 26. Baneshwar mela of Rajasthan/Tilak Bagchi Bibha Kaslyan Mohanty and Debabrata Mandal. 27. Sustainable development of the tribes through tourism/Tilak Bagchi and Debarata Mandal. Index. Indian anthropology is the gift of British colonialism. British anthropologists and scholars tried to understand social system of the so called other cultures. Until 1947 there was a wide belief that anthropologists were concerned only with the study of primitive or tribal people. After independence with the introduction of anthropology in many Indian universities and academic institutions interaction of anthropologists with foreign scholars growing interests of the foreigners specially American and British anthropologists in studying Indian society and culture anthropology is no longer confined to tribal study. Even then tribal studies contribute an important dimension to Indian anthropology. Anthropology nowadays expands in horizons and draws attention on several aspects like crafts tourism human genetics Dalit studies community development gender issues and so on. Against the backdrop of the same in the present volume title Portrait of Anthropological Research treatises contributed by a number of anthropologists and other social scientists are put together into scholarly quest for understanding some aspects of Indian anthropology. 500 pp. Seller Inventory # 72483

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Lok Nath Soni and B. Francis Kulkarni (eds)

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Lok Nath Soni

Published by Anthropological Survey of India, Calcutta (2000)

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About this Item: Anthropological Survey of India, Calcutta, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Cloth in DJ; 201pp; DJ slightly edgeworn with a few short tears & protected by mylar sleeve, a few tiny stains to edges, rear FEP chipped on one corner, interior clean & bright, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG/VG condition. Ethnographic profile of the Raut people, formerly nomadic cattle herders, of Chhattisgarh, India. Illustrated with photos & map. Seller Inventory # 012981

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