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Geographic Name: India Scheduled tribes History. Personal Name: Jha, Surendra, 1953
Geographic Name: India Scheduled tribes History. Geographic Name: India Scheduled tribes Health and hygiene. Geographic Name: India Scheduled tribes Government policy. Personal Name: Palit, Chittabrata. Personal Name: Jha, Surendra, 1953-. Download DOC book format
Situating Tribals in Indian History. Chittabrata Palit & Surendra Jha (Authors).
Situating Tribals in Indian History. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India (2009). ISBN 10: 8176466913 ISBN 13: 9788176466912. According to the Latin root, the word tribal meant only a section of people with a distinct and autonomous culture of its own. In the Roman Empire, they were never regarded segregated from the mainstream. But in colonial India the tribals who held fast to their autonomous culture and would not conform to colonial requirements were considered wild and outside the pale of civilization and therefore liable to be subjugated.
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by Chittabrata Palit, Surendra Jha. Published 2009 by . Social conditions, Scheduled tribes, Health and hygiene, Government policy, History. Contributed articles. Includes bibliographical references.
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