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Economic serfdom among the Koltas of Jaunsar-Bawar

R. N. Saksena

Economic serfdom among the Koltas of Jaunsar-Bawar

by R. N. Saksena

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Published by Institute of Social Sciences, Agra University in [Agra] .
Written in

    Places:
  • Dehra Dūn (India : District)
    • Subjects:
    • Koltas (Indic people) -- Economic conditions.,
    • Dehra Dūn (India : District) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementR. N. Saksena.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS432.K588 S24
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p. ;
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4528732M
      LC Control Number76911165

      Sprinkled throughout the book in disconcerting abundance are statements which are variously unduly evaluative and even ethnocentric, speculative, exaggerated, and at times contradictory. They give a kind of 19th century ring to the book. A few examples will illustrate this peculiar quality. The Jaunsar-Bawar Rajput is described as “usually. Book Review: Sumit Ganguly, Deadly Impasse Kashmir and Indo Pakistan Relations at the Dawn of a New Century pp. Somali Mukherjee. Vol issue 2, Regime Stability in Anocracies: The Role of Special Economic Zones pp. Clay Robert Fuller.

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      Annual Report on Forest Utilization Activities and Economic Research in the Province of Bombay, Economic Serfdom Among The Koltas of Jaunsar - Bawar Sukhodeyev, VIadimir Patel, Jhaverbhai C. 95 MAH Mahadevan, K. Clark, Alice W. Mayer, Adrian C. Sankhdher, L. M. Chauhan, S.K Sanwal, R. D. Madan, Gurumukh Ram Singh, Yogendra . among women. As a result, for more than years,there was 10 Ibid., p 11 Ibid. I p practically no education for women12• During this period wo-men's status was too much inferior to men both in the family and in 'the society. Most of the women had been treated as.


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