Socio-cultural study of scheduled tribes: the pardhans of Maharashtra
This Book Deals With The Socio-Cultural Study Of A Tribe Pardhans. Besides Tracing Their Origin, It Describes The Ethnic Status Of The Tribe, Its Social Organisation, Marriage, Family, Culture And Their Economic Conditions.
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The Pardhans Their Origin
The Clan Social Organisation Sagas and Totem
The Family Structure
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Aboriginal Adilabad Amravati Amravati District Andhra Pradesh Aryan Babola Baiga Bards bath Bhabhi Bhagwan Bombay bride bridegroom brother celebrated Census Central Provinces Chandrapur Chandrapur District changes Chowk clan culture custom Dada dance deities Dulera father festival functions Gadchiroli girl Goddess Gods Gond rulers Gond tribe Gondi Gonds and Pardhans groom Hindu Hiralal Holi husband India joint family Kingree Kingri Kolams Korku labour Ladi Lata Lingo liquor livelihood Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra marriage marriage ceremony Mata mother Murkute Nagpur Division Narbada Niwa non-traditional economic activities occupational ornaments pandal Pardhan population Pardhan tribe Pardhans Pardhans of Vidarbha party Pathari pattern performed Phag songs Pichi Pichlo priest Raj Gonds Raja religious respondents rites rituals Saga Scheduled Tribes Shimaga Shri sing society tehsils traditional economic activities tree tribal communities tribal population Tribes and Castes turmeric Vidarbha village Wani tehsils wedding wife women worship Yavatmal District