ISBN: 9780521362788, 0521362784
A sophisticated theoretical analysis with evidence from archival records, village documents and oral testimonies to present an original and compelling view of the changing relationship of bondage.;
ISBN: 9789387587052, 9387587053
The Bondo, known among themselves as Remo (`men') are a small tribe living in the wild and mountainous region north-west of the Machkund River in Orissa.
Reddy, B. Udaya Kumar
Krishnatry, SM (b.1921)
ISBN: 9788123744605, 8123744609
The book provides in incisive account of the first unarmed expedition of north-eastern frontiers of India along Tibet undertaken in 1956. It throws light on the lifestyle, folklore and socio-economic conditions as narrated from the diary of the author and his wife Geeta Krishnatry.
Gellner, David N. (ed.)
ISBN: 9788125054238, 8125054235
This book provides valuable new ethnographic insights into life along some of the most contentious borders in the world. The collected essays portray existence at different points across India's northern frontiers and, in one instance, along borders within India.
Prindle, Peter Hodge
ISBN: 9799993303267, 9993303267
Dhakal, Suresh et al.
ISBN: 9789937524629, 9937524628
This Ethnographic Research Series profiles Nepal's different ethnic and caste groups. It forms part of the larger Social Inclusion Atlas and Ethnographic Profile (SIA-EP) project recently undertaken by the Central Department of Sociology/Anthropology (CDSA) at Tribhuvan University.
Manna, Samita et al
ISBN: 9789386223968, 9386223961
Ghosh, Atig, (ed.)
ISBN: 9789381043097, 9381043094
This book deals with the unique identification (UID)/ Aadhar project which is a benevolent initiative of the government, seeking to empower the needy and maximise the outreach of social security schemes.
ISBN: 9789384757786, 9384757780
It showcases new and pathbreaking research on the structures that contribute towards creating and sustaining impunity for perpetrators of sexual violence.
ISBN: 9789382993162, 9382993169
Morgan, Lewis Henry
ISBN: 9789383723799, 9383723793
This bokk is a brilliant, significant and best known work of author who attempts to explain human culture. The author's refutation of the Book of Genesis, his theory of primitive promiscuity, his materialism, and his emphasis upon the role of property in the course of social evolution provoked heated opposition. This controversial classic work of anthropology is believed to be the first modern ...
Maskay, Bishwa Keshar
ISBN: 9789937095105, 9937095107
Brosius, Christiane et al.
ISBN: 9789937597388, 9937597382
ISBN: 9788132113119, 813211311X
ISBN: 9788194205623, 819420562X
Dharampal et al.
ISBN: 9788187827047, 8187827041
This book includes three major documents regarding the anti-kine-killing movement of 1880-1894. The first is the very precise report of the Superintendent of Thagi & Dacoity Department, on the movement written for his superiors (dated 9 August 1893). The second is a narrative of the happenings in the Punjab from 1882-1893, as reported by the Punjab Intelligence Department. The third is a report...
ISBN: 9788184007626, 8184007620
In contrast to other investigations, which have taken a top-down view of the developments in the country, Krishna presents a group-up perspective, delving into the lives of ordinary individuals. Through decades-long research conducted on the ground, living in villages and studying slum communities, he reveals the heartbreaking and eye-opening details of missed opportunities and immense, but unt...
ISBN: 9789354390395, 9354390390
The study contributes significantly to literature by generating empirical information on extent and nature of the temporal and spatial patterns of the rural non-farm employment (RNFE) in more then 600 districts over the last four decades of the 20th century in India.
ISBN: 9781138038141, 1138038148
This book traces the emergence of modernism in art in South Asia by exploring the work of the iconic artist George Keyt. Closely interwoven with his life, Keyt's art reflects the struggle and triumph of an artist with very little support or infrastructure. He painted as he lived: full of colour, turmoil and intensity.
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