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Tribal India Problem Development Prospect (In 2 Volumes)

Palash Chandra Coomar (Editor) M.K. Raha (Editor)
Synopsis "My decades-Long research experience and intimate contact with the tribal people inhabiting in different parts of India in different ecological settings and having different economic pursuit and social organization, inspired me to make public the basic problems of the tribal people , types of development done to them with the idea that it may draw the attention of the people of India about the miseries and troubles, economic bankruptcy and pains of indebtedness, tortures and oppressions countrymen." This I hope will enable us to realize the gravity of the problems, the real needs of our tribal brethren which may help in the formulation and implementation of proper welfare and development schemes from which these poor souls may harvest the real and maximum benefits and thereby the purpose for which these schemes have been implemented, will achieve a real success. Thus these backward people who for centuries are remaining below the poverty line and are submerged in the sea of the sea of crisis, may see the ray of hope for a brighter and better prospects, if not for them, at least for their further progeny."
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About the authors

Palash Chandra Coomar

Dr. Palash Chandra Coomar, M.Sc., Ph.D. (born 1956) is at present working as the Deputy director, Directorate of Census Operations, west Bengal. Earlier he was in the anthropological Survey of India. He undertook research work among different tribal and non-tribal communities in different parts of India. He is also the paper-setter and examiner of Post-graduate and Ph.D. students of different parts of India. He is also the paper-setter and examiner of Post-graduate and Ph.D. students of different Universities. He has also published a number of books and articles. Some of his important books are Tribal India in 2 vols. (with Dr. M.K. Raha) Polyandry in India (with Dr. M.K. Raha), Migration and Social Change.

M.K. Raha

Manis kumar Raha got his Mscand Ohd Degrees in Anthropology from the University of Calcultta. He undertook research sork amohg the tribal and non-tribal people of West Bengal while he was in the Cultural Resa4arch Institute, Government of West Bengal during 1962-1970. After joining the Anthological Survey of India in arch 1970 he carried out his research investigations in different areas of the Himalayas and among the different people inhabiting there. He is at present posted as Deputy Director in the Central Regional Office of Anthropological Survey of India, Nagpur and is engaged in research projects among both tribal and non-tribal people of the Bay islands. He has publisheds 10 books and over 50 original articles and number of book reviews. Among published books are The Himalayan Heritage, Polyandry in India and Matriliny to Patriliny: A Study of the Rabha Society.

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Title Tribal India Problem Development Prospect (In 2 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1989
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121202752
length xxxiv+232p.;xxx+252p., Tables; Figures; Index; 23cm.