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Little Traditions in a Culturally Pluralistic Nation

Amitabha Sarkar (Author) Samira Desgupta (Author)

Cultural pluralism in our country accepts and respects cultural diversity. In India we celebrate unity by acknowledging diversified expressions of culture which are practised in various corners of the country or in various eco-cultural zones of the country by distinct ethnic groups. In spite of diversified expressions of culture, they maintain a harmonic relations among themselves.

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About the author

Amitabha Sarkar

Dr. Amitabha Sarkar has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Calcutta University. His valuable empirical research in the arena of anthropology is ethnography, primitive art, culture change with special emphasis on the impact of industrialization and cultural ecology. Dr. Sarkar has published two books – Toto: Society and Change, and Dhodia: Industrialisation and Change in a Primitive Community. About twenty-six research papers have appeared so far in various leading scientific journals. He was nominated by the American Biographical Institute, Inc. U.S.A. and is a recipient of the Man of the Year, 1994, an international diploma of Cultural Honor and the 20th Century Achievement award. He joined the Anthropological Survey of India in 1977 and is serving as the Anthropologist and Head of the Department at the Anthropological Survey of India in Jagdalpur, Bastar (Madhya Pradesh).

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Title Little Traditions in a Culturally Pluralistic Nation
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.05.2018
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Aayu Publications
Language: English
isbn 9789385161865
Subjects History