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ABOUT THE BOOK:- Since the nineteenth century, the Eastern and North Eastern part of India has drawn the attention of the anthropologists from different parts of the globe In this concise, affordable anthology, thirty-eight scholars have made use of their expertise knowledge in their respective subject domain to write lucid and thoroughly insightful chapters on contemporary anthropological studies dealing with varied anthropological dimensions; covering various tribes and castes from this expanse. Few young promising anthropologists could also participate in this venture. This comprehensive volume features with an abundance of inimitable resources and extensive investigation on ethnography, prehistoric art, cosmopolitanism, indigenous health practices, religious traditions etc. The volume is extremely motivating, constructive and certainly serves up the curiosity of anthropologists and other social scientists both at the teaching and research level, as well as planners and policy makers with a concern about the ethnic groups of the region.
About the Author
SARTHAK SENGUPTA is an alumnus of Dibrugarh and Gauhati University respectively. He also worked with the Anthropological Survey of India, Government of India and North Eastern Hill University, Shillong for quite some time and conducted intensive field investigations among diverse tribes and castes in North East India and Uttar Pradesh. Professor Sengupta has about 260 research publications besides eighteen well-knitted books on North East Indian tribes. He has mentored eight Ph.Ds and completed around ten major research projects being sponsored by UGC; ICSSR; DST; ICMR etc. Professor Sengupta is associated with many Indian Universities in the matters of Post Graduate education in Anthropology. He is an active life and executive member of several professional anthropological bodies and served as a member of the editorial boards of several reputed journals. Dr. Sengupta is at present Professor of Anthropology; and Director (i/c), Centre for North East Studies, Dibrugarh University, Assam. His current research interest is genetical demography, globin gene distribution, population genetics, bio-social studies, diet and nutrition, indigenous health practices of the disadvantaged tribal population groups of North East India.
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