Tribes of India, Nepal, Tibet Borderland: A Study of Cultural Transformation
An empirical study of the tribal culture of Uttarakhand. THis book is of immense importance that puts forward a new perspective in comprehending the tribal culture and its transformation process meaningfully.
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Conceptual Analysis and Review of the Literature
Research Design and Methodology
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