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The Newars: An Ethno-sociological Study of a Himalayan Community

 
Gopal Singh Nepali (Author)
Synopsis

The Newars of Nepal are a people with a high degree of material culture and a distinctive social organisation. Though stray references on them are available from the pioneering accounts of Levi, Hodgson, Oldfield, K.P. Chattopathyaya and others, threr has been no systematic ethon sociological study on the subject. Dr. Nepal's monograph, which earned him the Ph.D. degree of the the Bpmbay University, Makes an attempt to fill in this gap.

Written in the best traditions of sociological studies, the author, who has had the benefit of being trained under Dr. G.S Ghurye, the doyen of Indian sociology, uses the functional approach and the descriptive method to advantage, as in particularly evident in his religion and kinship.

The monograph derives additional dimensions of interest on two poinits: While on the one hand it seeks to study the Newars and their interaction with various other ethnic groups of the politically significant cis-Himalayas region, the work, on the other hand, stimulates scholarly of certain culture-traits between the Neaars and the distantly-places Nayars of Malabar.

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About the author

Gopal Singh Nepali

Dr. Gopal Singh Nepali (1926-2002 A.D.) was born in Kathmandu in 1926, but brought up and educated in India at Varanasi and Bombay. He took his M.A. and Ph.D degrees at the University of Bombay. He taught as assistant lecturer at Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Bombay and as lecturer in Sociology at the University of Gorakhpur before joining Banaras Hind University, varanasi as lecturer in Sociology in 1963.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Newars: An Ethno-sociological Study of a Himalayan Community
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Mandala Book Point
Language: English
isbn 9994655272, 9789994655274
length x+476p., 23cm.