Gordon Childe (1956-57) identified, "the Neolithic farmer of Danube valley as nomadic cultivator". Chang (1970) had conclusively proved through archaeological methods, that the Neolithic farmers of Formosa were practising shifting cultivation. The primitive cultivator of different countries called it by different names. It is known as "sortage" in Ardennes, " farfing" in West Africa, "kohola" in the south-east Solomon Islands, "chena" by the Vedda. In India this is known as "Jhoom", "Dahi", "Podu", etc......... more
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