Notions of life in death and dying: the dead in tribal middle India

Reichel, Eva

₹ 425.00

This volume explore the cultural logic surrounding the conceptual unity and continuity of life, death and afterlife by examining the social and ideational setting of tribal middle India. It also analyses the meaning of death as conveyed in the ethnographic literature of the Hill Juang of Keonjhar, the Sora in eastern Orissa, the Koya of Malkangiri, the Muria Gond of Bastar, and the Ho of Singhbum and Mayurbhanj.;

ISBN 13: 9788173048234

ISBN 10: 8173048231

Year: 2009

Pages etc.: 118p,. app., bibl., ind., 23cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Anthropology

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