The Tribal Situation in India
Kumar Suresh Singh
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2002 - Ethnology - 610 pages
Revision of the papers presented at Seminar on the Tribal Situation in India held from July 6-19, 1969 at Indian Institute of Advanced Study--Foreword.
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NIHARRANJAN RAY Introductory Address
N SRINIVAS Chairmans Address
ERING The NorthEast Frontier Agency
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