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Hindus and Tribals – Quest for Co-Existence

G.N. Dash (Author)

The complex process of tribal absorption into the Hindu society and the mobility of jatis in the varna scale has been keenly studied by scholars in the past under various labels – 'Sanskritization', 'Brahmanization' and so on; however, there has resulted a tediousness owing to us of the same old trends and methods of research. Hindu and Tribals is a trend-setter in this regard as it studies the workings of this process from fresh perspectives using new methodologies – of inter-disciplinary approach, for instance.

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About the author

G.N. Dash

Prof. Gaganendra Nath Dash (b. 1940) is a scholar in the field of Orissan studies. A Ph.D. from Utkal University, he has specialised in Oriya language studies and ethnohistory and socio-religious history of Orissa. He has written a number of papers and books on the subject. Presently, he is head of the Department of Linguistics, Berhampur University.

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Title Hindus and Tribals – Quest for Co-Existence
Author G.N. Dash
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.1998
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher D K Printworld
Language: English
isbn 818692101X
length 154p., 8.6" X 5.8"