Development dilemma, Indian scenario and rural Himalaya: a central Himalayan perspective
Published for G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development by Gyanodaya Prakashan, 1997 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
Analyses Current Conventional Development Theory Linking The Present Problems And Environmental Destruction. Explores The Socio-Economic Situation In The Himalayan Areas And Exams The Extent Of Crisis. 8 Chapters-References.
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achieve activities Adhuria Seel Natadol Almora district amsl animal husbandry approach basic Brahmins capita cash crops Central Himalaya common conservation constraints crop production cultivation cultural deforestation Delhi development planning development policies diversity ecological economic growth employment environmental facilities farmers Farooquee forest goal of development hill areas Himalayan region horticulture household human income increase India industrial industrialisation infrastructural irrigation Kshatriyas Kumaon land landholding literacy livestock major migration mountain Nainital needs Number panchayat Panchayati Raj pattern perspective political poor Population density population growth potential poverty poverty line primary priorities problems rainfed Rawat realised rural Almora rural development programmes rural Himalaya scenario Scheduled Caste sector Seed input Singh slums social society socio-economic specificities strategies survey sustainable development Table targets three villages traditional trends of development urban urbanisation utilisation Uttar Pradesh village Adhuria yield Zamindars