Primitive Tribes in Contemporary India: Concept, Ethnography and Demography, Volume 1

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Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri
Mittal Publications, 2005 - Ethnology - 374 pages
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Good Information about the aboriginal People within Indian territory. Such fact and figure must be presented before the all the citizens of our country. The development, protection and their identity must be worked out by every one who belong to the Nation. These different people groups are heritage, we must be proud that such a diversity we find. which is unique above all the countries of this world. Its each human responsibilities to treat equally with the Tribal fellow Brother Sister of their land. Developing other will always develop all.. Peace among all. 

Contents

lntroduction
5
The Primitive Tribes of Andaman and Nicobar
11
The Shompens and Their Economic Activities
29
The AsurA Study on their Changing Economy
43
Asurof Jharkhand A Glimpse of their Material Culture
49
Economy of a Primitive Tribe in Jharkhand
61
Sauria Paharia Economy in Time Perspective
69
Role of Nontimber Forest Products in Traditional
85
Development of a PTG ACaseStudyof
193
Development and Sociocultural Dimensions of Need
217
Development of Primitive Tribal Groups PTG and the
227
Culture Specific Development of the Dongria Kondhs
259
Kondhs and Their Development A Primitive
285
Economy and Education Among the PTGs in
297
State of Education Among the Totos A Primitive
315
Education and Economic Development in a Primitive
325

Adaptation and Transformation Problems
101
The Birhor An Observation of their
109
Ecology and Economy of a Primitive Tribe in a
121
Kandha Tribe of Orissa An Ecological Review
159
Ecology Environment and Health Care Practices
177
Foraging Food Culture of the Andaman
183
Facing New ChallengesTheTodasoftheNiligiris
335
Social Mobility Movement Among the
349
The Puroiks Sulungs of Arunachal Pradesh
367
Annexure
387
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