Tribes, forest, and social formation in Indian history
Manohar, Jan 1, 2004 - Social Science - 224 pages
A Comprehensive Social History Of Tribes And Forests In India Is Yet To Be Written. However, Considerable Research Work Has Been Done In The Last Few Decades On The Variations Of Social Formation Emanating From The Relationship Between Tribes And Forests In India.
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