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3. Tales Through Iron
4. Story of The Barber
5. Dance Forms of the Bhuiyas
6. Perspectives on Religious Syncretism in India
7. Porblems in Educating Tribal Children; The Dongria Kondh Experiences

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Porblems in Educating Tribal Children; The Dongria Kondh Experiences
Kanungo, Akshaya Kumar

 

    The Dongria choose to live amidst forest where land for shifting cultivation and streams will be available. A village has minimum two separate wards, one inhabited by the Dongria Kondh and the other by Domb, a scheduled caste community. The houses are generally mud-built and straw-thatched, although now a days, some brick-built straw-thatched houses are made by the Dongrias. The road communication network has not been developed even after 50 years of independence of India......... more

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Vol-1 Issue-9
1. Nature Talk
2. News Clippings
3. Tales Through Iron
4. Story of The Barber
5. Dance Forms of the Bhuiyas
6. Perspectives on Religious Syncretism in India
7. Porblems in Educating Tribal Children; The Dongria Kondh Experiences

 

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