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Record ID: SCST/2005/0309
Document Type: Journal
Title: Adivasi - v45_No.2
Editor/Author: GVV Sarma
NK Behura
KK Mohanti
VS Upadhyaya
PK Das
GN Mohanty
Keywords: Adivasi
Sector: Socio-economic studies
University: Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI), Bhubaneswar, 751003
Completed Date: Dec-2005
Abstract: In this second issue of Vol. 45, December 2005 of the Journal ADIVASI five research papers contributed by different scholars have been published. The first article "Oleopathy-It's use by different Tribes" deals with how oils and fats available in different plant bodies are used for treatment of certain ailments by indigenous methods by the traditional medicine men belonging to different tribal communities of Orissa. The second article "Tribes of Orissa: An Inquiry into Anthropological Ecology" analyses the ecology of the tribes in a theoretical prospective with illustrations from two Primitive Tribal Groups(PTGs) of Orissa, that is, the Bondo and the Kutia Kandha. The third article "Some Wild Plants as Food items used by the Tribal people of Sundergarh District, Orissa" attempts to examine scientifically different varieties of wild plants, locality where such plants available and different parts of the plants used as food items by tribal communities of Sundergarh district. The fourth paper "Institution of Family and Marriage among the Lanjia Saora: Continuity and Change" depicts the social organization of the Lanjia Saora, a PTG of Orissa with particular reference to the institutions of family and marriage. The last article "Public Distribution System in Kashipur Block: Aspects of Organisation and Administration" highlights functioning of the Public Distribution System in Kashipur Block and how far the tribals have derived benefits from this system.
Pagination: 79
Tribal Research Institutes: SC/ST Research & Training Institute, Odisha
Record ID: SCST/2005/0309
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