The Tribal Situation in India
Kumar Suresh Singh
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2002 - Ethnology - 610 pages
Revision of the papers presented at Seminar on the Tribal Situation in India held from July 6-19, 1969 at Indian Institute of Advanced Study--Foreword.
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NIHARRANIAN RAY Introductory Address
Perspectives and Problems
ERING The NorthEast Frontier Agency
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activities administration agriculture Assam backward belong Bihar border British called caste Census Central century Chotanagpur Christian communities concerned considerable Constitution continued Council cultivation cultural district economic effective elections emerging established existing exploitation fact forces forest Garo give given groups hand Hills Hindu important independence India industrial institutions integration interest Islands isolation Jharkhand Khasi Kinnaur known labour land language leaders leadership living majority means missionaries movement Naga Nagaland nature NEFA non-tribal officers organization participation party pattern persons plains Plan political population position practice Pradesh present problem production programmes question recent referred regard region relations religion religious remained rest result rule Scheduled Tribes schools separate shifting situation social society suggested taken traditional tribal areas various village whole