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1. Nature Talk
2. Tsunami, Tribes & Media
3. Aboriginal People of Andaman
4. Ritual Sacrifice Among the Kondh People
5. A Glimpse of Occult Practice in Bhuiyan Villages

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Aboriginal People of Andaman
Mohanty, Dr. Ramesh Prasad

 

    Andaman and Nicobar Islands are situated in the Bay of Bengal as a chain of islands, spreading over 600 miles from North to South. All of these Islands are not inhabited by people. The Andaman Islands are divided into north and south and little Andaman. The Nicobar Island groups are also divided into Northern Car Nicobar and the Great Nicobar. The total land area of the territory is 8249 square miles. These groups of islands remain under British occupation till 1942 and are occupied by Japanese till end of the world war-II. In 1947 the Islands came under India and governed as Union Territory......... more

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Vol-1 Issue-5
1. Nature Talk
2. Tsunami, Tribes & Media
3. Aboriginal People of Andaman
4. Ritual Sacrifice Among the Kondh People
5. A Glimpse of Occult Practice in Bhuiyan Villages

 

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