Home, Family and Kinship in Maharashtra
I. P. Glushkova, Rajendra Vora
Oxford University Press, 1999 - Social Science - 240 pages
This is a collection of essays about home, family and kinship in Maharashtra. It includes essays on perceptions of home and family in the region, domestic space and the space afforded women, kinship and locality ties and their extensions into political life in Maharashtra, and case studies of historical figures.
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Incursions into the Marathi
Delimiting the Ghar in SocioCultural Space
The Value of Ghar
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