Folk deities and Matrika cult of South West Bengal, Volume 2
Books Closely At Folk Deities Of South Bengal, Particularly Manifestation Of Mother Goddess In The 2 Districts-Bankura And Purulia. Based On Field Work And A Review Of Exiting Literature. Has 7 Chapters, The Best Being On Conclusions.
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Chapterll Historical and cultural background of the people
ChapterIll The folk deities of southwest Bengal 3352
ChapterIV The emergence of major folk deities of southwest Bengal
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aboriginal Asutosh Bhattacharya Atharva Veda autochthonous Bagdi Bandyopadhyay Banglar Bankura and Purulia Bankura District Barabhum Bauris believe Bengal District Gazetteers Bengali month Benoy Ghosh Bhadu bhaktas Bhumijas Bishnupur Brahmins Buddhist Calcutta castes century A.D. ceremony Chakraborty Chandi Chhotonagpur collected from field cult cultural deities of south-west deity Delhi devotees Dharma Raj Dharma Thakur district of Bankura festival field investigation Folklore Gaudiya Vaishnavism Gqjan H. R. Sanyal Hambir Hindu Hinduism horses and elephants Ibid India Information collected Jain Karam Kavyas known Krishna Krishna Basu large number Malla Rajas Mallabhum Manasa Manbhum Mangal Mother Goddess Mughal N. N. Bhattacharya orthodox Panchet Panchmura parab popular priest primitive Puja Puranic Purulia District Radh region religion religious rites rituals rulers rural Sanskrit Santal scholars Shashthi Siva society south-west Bengal Susunia terra-cotta horses traditional tribal tribes Tusu Vasuli village votive objects West Bengal West Bengal District women zamindar