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The Ethnohistory of the Koras of Bengal: Diversification of the Hor Group

A.K. Jana (Author)
Synopsis Author tried his best to show the historiocity which is operating. How the Koras have been differentiated from that of the original Kol group of people have been pin pointed by the researcher. About the work Dr. Brian Morris of the University of London comments that "thesis is a pioneering work, being the first substantial ethnographic account of the Kora which make important cross-cultural comparison with other Munda speaking communities. This he has done competently, and full of ethnographic detail that may be used by other scholars with more specialist or theoretical interests. The work will also will prove to be of salience for social workers and administrators who deal with the Koras. Suggesting the same view, Prof. A Munirathnam Reddy of S.V. University, Tirupati, opines as an ‘excellent academic work’ which ‘will be of immense use to the policy markers in West Bengal and New Delhi.
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Title The Ethnohistory of the Koras of Bengal: Diversification of the Hor Group
Author A.K. Jana
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher R.N. Bhattacharya
Language: English
isbn 8187661275
length 240p., Plates; Map; Tables; 22cm.