Author:Sarat Chandra Roy


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A Mundari-English Dictionary

By: Mahindra B. Bhaduri (Author) & Sarat Chandra Roy (Intro.)

Price: $11.33

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.: 2002

Seller ID: 106038

ISBN: 8121207959

Condition: New

Mundari English Dictionary is a by product of the master researchers and scintillating scholarship of Sarat Chandra Roy, whose anthropological work on the Mundas of Chotanagpur and Santal Parganas remains unsurpassed even till today. His compilation of about six hundred words of Mundari language in a note book contained the seed out of which this dictionary has flourished. On the eve of its compilation about fifty years ago, Mundari language was spoken by over 60,000 Mundas and other akin tribals. The dialects of the Mundari family of speech, to which Santa, Birhar and other tongues belong, ar... View more info

The Birhors

By: Sarat Chandra Roy

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Calcutta, India, Man in India Office: 1978

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 039013

Condition: Very Good

Printed Pages: 308 with numerous b/w illustrations. View more info

The Mundas and Their Country

By: Sarat Chandra Roy

Price: $41.00

Publisher: New Delhi, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd..: 2017

Seller ID: 700343

ISBN: 8121214009

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 405. View more info

The Hill Bhuiyas of Orissa: With Comparative Notes on the Plains Bhuiyas

By: Sarat Chandra Roy

Price: $16.30

Publisher: New Delhi, India, D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 100339

ISBN: 8124607516

Condition: New

Bhuiyas, numbering around two million, are the aboriginal tribes of Central Hill Belt of India. These primitive Pauri or Hill Bhuiyas of Keonjhar, Bonai and Pal Lehera states, and the Hinduized Bhuiyas of Himgir and Nagra of Gangpur State of Orissa in British India are the subject of this study, delineating their various stages of cultural development over a period of time. These Bhuiyas are comparatively more primitive in their customs and manners than the other sections of the tribe. But their contacts with the Hindu society and its culture have to a minimal extent modified their primitive c... View more info