Subject: NA1-9428 | History of Asia | DS1-937 | CC1-960 | History and Archaeology | Archaeology | Gond, Megalithic, Mortuary Practice, Ethnography, Nuapada, Odisha | Architecture
The present paper deals with the existence and continuation of living megalith tradition among the Gond tribe in Nuaparha district of Odisha. The mortuary practice of different tribal community have given many ethnographical data, which is used as a primary source to re... View more
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