India's Communities

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Social Science - 2510 pages
The People of India project, a massive exercise carried out by the Anthropological Survey of India, has generated a wealth of information on the hundreds of communities, castes, and tribes now existing in that country. Topics covered include culture, location, language, script, biological variation, food habits, rituals, work practices, educational level, and technological and developmental achievements.

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K. S. Singh is a former Director General of the Anthropological Survey of India.

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