Ethnicity, caste, and people: proceedings of the Indo-Soviet seminars held in Calcutta and Leningrad, 1990
Manohar, Oct 1, 1992 - Social Science - 346 pages
Papers Address Issues Like Ethnic Process In Ussr And India, National Policy In Regard To Small Ethnic Groups, Ethnos, Caste And Specific Communities In The Two Countries.
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Aspects of Gene Geography and Ethnic Diversity
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