Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Social realities. Volume four, Volume 4
Deepak Kumar Behera, Georg Pfeffer
Concept Publishing Company, 1999 - Ethnology - 290 pages
Contributed articles in honor of S.N. Ratha, former professor at Sambalpur University, Orissa.
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