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References

First Online: December 01, 2002
Page Last Updated: October 17, 2017

References and Pointers to Further Study of the Tribals of India

  • Father Stephen Fuchs SVD, The  Gond and Bhumia of Eastern Madla, Asia Publishing House, 1960
  • Verrier Elwin, Bondo Highlander, 1950 (includes excellent photographs)
  • Verrier Elwin, The Religion of Indian Tribe, 1955
  • Agarwal P.C., Human Geography of Bastar District, Ph.D. Thesis, Allahabad, 1968
  • Anthropological Survey of India, The Dhurwa of Bastar, 1965 (this book is no good)
  • D.Hajra, The Dorla of Bastar, 1970
  • Naik T.B., The Bhils, A Study, 1956
  • Verrier Elwin, The Kingdom of the Young, 1968
  • Kamat K.L., The Timeless Theater, 1999

 

 

The Tribals
Tribals of India

Pictures!
Tribal Women in Town trying to Get a Glimpse of Inside of a HouseWestern style <b>dating</b> is an integral part of tribal education system among the Murias of Madhya PradeshBuffalo-horn head gear, Madhya PradeshLight heart cures povertyA Halakki woman going to market to sell vegetablesTribal BeautyWhat is Nuclear Testing?
Tribals decorating  a head-gearTribal Women Gathered for All-Night Long DanceA Toda Village Elder in Nilgiri MountainsA Lambani Woman and her JewelryA Tribal woman wearing self-made jewelry, Madhya PradeshBorn in poverty, raised in poverty….Tribal Women at a Weekly Marketplace
Halakki Women in a Group DanceBells of a Adivasi DancerKorku Tribal with his Stick ToolTribal  Dancer at a Tribal Education InstitutionDecorated Headgear of a Tribal StudentGramokkal Lady of Hebbar Hittal, 1987Silver Jewelry of a Gondati
Halbi Tribal Man Praying in front of a TulasiTribal Women on their Way to MarketDaughter of the ForestDancing Tribal WomenMan Belonging to the Korku TribeA Girl Belonging to the Santhal Tribe and her PetTribal Girl in Unicloth
The Female of the TribeMan Belonging to the Kadu Kuruba TribeBangles that resemble AnkletsTattoos of a Tribal WomanA Sundi TribalA Youngster belonging to the Gonda TribeBison Horn Maria Drummer
Dancers Walking on Stilts Finely Crafted Bangle Long Distance Walking

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