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Customary Law of Austric-Speaking Tribes

P.K. Bhowmick (Author)
Synopsis This book shows the gradual changing conditions of the customary law of the Austric speaking of tribal people of Frontier Bengal. It is time that due to socio-political changes their customary laws are expected to change. All these factors have been critically explained including the ethnographic account of the tribal communities namely Santal, Munda, Kheria, Mahali, Lodhas and Birhor.
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About the author

P.K. Bhowmick

Probodh K. Bhowmick (b-1926) is one of the leading figures in Anthropology, particularly is the realm of action anthropology interpreting rural problems and development. He is a retired Professor and former Dean of the Faculty of Science in the university of Calcutta. He had been a visiting Professor of Anthropology in S.V. University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. He actively participated in the sessions of world congress of Applied Anthropology in Amsterdam, Edinburg, Italy and W. Germany. Professor Bhowmick contributed over three hundred articles to learned journals and authored good Number of book, in English and Bengali.

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Bibliographic information

Title Customary Law of Austric-Speaking Tribes
Author P.K. Bhowmick
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178350998
length 181p., Maps; References; Table; Index; 23cm.