Glimpses of Indian Anthropology- Social and Cultural Anthropological Studies in India
|Author:||Biman Kumar Das Gupta|
|Publisher:||AGAM KALA PRAKASHAN, DELHI|
|Pages:||114 (Throughout B/w Illustrations)|
|Other Details||8.50x5.50 inch|
Eminent Indian Anthropologists Rai Bahadur Sarat Chandra Roy, Prof. S.C. Dube, Prof. L.P. Vidyarthi, Shri, Nirmal Kumar Bose, M.N. Srinivas, Prof. Irawati Karve and others have attained international recognition.
The nature of cultural unity in the midst of regional diversity has been highlighted through the works of Indian Anthropologists and foreign Anthropologists working in India. Academic institutions run by Central and State Governments, research societies formed by the literati across the country and Journals published by different organizations have accelerated the growth and enrichment of the discipline. The author of this treatise has very lucidly depicted what social / cultural Anthropology is to-day (in India) and what it was in the yeste years.
My wife Krishna whom I lost in 2015, had liked that I should write about my experiences of and exposures with Anthropology and Anthropologists in India during the last six or seven decades. Later I have pondered and have felt that the idea can be translated into action. My son Basab Das Gupta and daughter-in-law Shyamasri Das Gupta, my daughter-Barnali Sengupta, Son-in-law Abhijit Sengupta, my grandsons Abhirup Sengupta and Anandarup Sengupta have always inspired me in this endeavour.
**Contents and Sample Pages**
We Also Recommend
The Original Programme of The Theosophical Society And Preliminary Memorandum of the Esoteric Section