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1. Nature Talk
2. Dr. R. N. Dash, An Humble Researcher
3. Leadership And Community Administrative Structure Of Santal
4. Kondh Art and Crafts: Studies of the Nineteenth century
5. Tribal Religions In Their Modern Environment

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Leadership And Community Administrative Structure Of Santal
Behera, Santosh Kumar

 

    

    In the early stages of development every society has its own system of administration on the basis of its social, religious, customs, traditions and modes of behaviour. The Santal as an oldest inhabitant of India, possesses well organised socio-political structure to ensure discipline towards the whole community. The political structure of the Santal community is based purely on democracy. The Santal society has three tier administrative structures. The British administrators were highly influenced by their well behaved and peace loving nature as well as by their organised social system. 

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Vol-3 Issue-5
1. Nature Talk
2. Dr. R. N. Dash, An Humble Researcher
3. Leadership And Community Administrative Structure Of Santal
4. Kondh Art and Crafts: Studies of the Nineteenth century
5. Tribal Religions In Their Modern Environment

 

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