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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affinal agricultural areas Asia Publishing House Bhotiya community Bhotiyas Bhukasas Bombay bride brother Buxas ceremony Chyakti commensal communities of Uttarakhand cultural patterns cultural system cultural traits cultural transformation Cultures of India Delhi dormitory economic elder endogamy exogamy family members father follow groom's Himalayas Hindus husband Ibid impact India Jaunsari joint family Khasas Kumaun live Majumdar marriage married mates modern Moreover mother Nainital non-tribal groups nuclear families observed occupational particularly percent performed polyandrous polygyny Pradesh present process of cultural Rajis Rajput Ran-ban regard region relations Research respectively respondent units respondents belonging respondents i.e. sanskritization scheduled tribal communities Scheduled Tribe population Scheduled Tribes second category sister Social Anthropology social organization society socio-cultural socio-economic sphere status statutory provisions taboos Tharus third category tion Today traditional tribal culture tribal population unmarried urban Uttarakhand villages widow wife woman