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Tribal Art: Continuity and Change Orissa Revisited, edited by Pratapaditya Pal,

Title:Tribal Art: Continuity and Change Orissa Revisited, edited by Pratapaditya Pal,
Author:Mallebrein, Cornelia
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 52-3, p. 142-161
Abstract:The examples of tribal art presented in the article originate from some of the most important tribes of Orissa, like the Kondh, Sora, Bondo, Juang, Koya, and Santal. The artistic traditions outlined here relate to five topics in the religious, social, and economic contexts: the cosmos and the earth; environment and nature; the village and the house; personal adornment and musical instruments ; and cultural change and the future.

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