People of India: Delhi
Kumar Suresh Singh, Tapash Kumar Ghosh, Surendra Nath
Anthropological Survey of India, 1996 - History - 746 pages
This Volume Is A Part Of People Of India Project Launched By The Anthropological Survey Of India On 2 October 1985. It Includes An Ethnographic Survey Of One Hundred And Forty-Seven Communities Of Delhi And A Profile Of Their Origin, Distribution, Social Organization, Language And Human Biology.
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