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Tribal Roots of Hinduism

 
Shiv Kumar Tiwari (Author)
Synopsis In a span of about 125 years, much has been written about the difference between tribal faith and Hinduism, similarly the idea of ‘Hinduization’ of tribals has also gained some recognition in recent years. In both cases historicity of tribal culture in India has been grossly neglected and overlooked. Tribal Roots of Hinduism explains that the modern Hinduism is largely the product of tribal faiths which were retained and modified by the Indian sages in a period of more than three millenniums.
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Shiv Kumar Tiwari

Dr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari (1941) took his B.A. (1962) and M.A. (1964) degrees in First Division. He is the first Ph.D. recipient in Geography from Jabalpur University and the first Indian geographer to successfully complete a doctorate research in Biogeography. He has worked in Government Post-Graduate Colleges of Madhya Pradesh since 1964 as Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Professor. He now holds the post of Head of the Department of Tribal Studies in Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur. Dr. Tiwari has so far authored more than a dozen books in diverse academic fields. His books Readings in Indian Zoogeography Zoogeography of India and South East Asia and Zoogeography of Indian Amphibians are widely recognized works in the field of Zoogeography. He has four times been assigned to write books for collegiate education by the Government of Madhya Pradesh.The Rajgond his fifth book in this field, was also published by Agam Kal Prakasan (1992). Dr. Tiwari has written many research papers, general articles and monographs. He has so far directed six research Projects funded by UGC, ICSSR and Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology. His works have been acknowledged by National and International Research Institutes like RMRC (Indian Council of Medical Research, AIU (Association of Indian Universities), Smithsonian Institute of Woodrow Wilson Centre, USA and University College, London, UK.

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Bibliographic information

Title Tribal Roots of Hinduism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176252999
length xix+333p., Tables; Figures; 25cm.