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Encyclopaedia of Art And Culture In India (Tripura) 26Th Volume

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ISBN: 9788182054660    Publisher: Isha Books Year of publishing: 2008     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 330        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and education at Lucknow University. He is a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization. He has contributed several research...Read more
Description About The Author:- Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and education at Lucknow University. He is a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization. He has contributed several research papers on urban development.Contents:- Contents, Introduction, • Origin • Geography • Physical Features of Land, • Climate • Brief History., 1. Cultural Changes Over Period of Time, • The Kuki-Chin Tribes • War and Peace • The, Lushais Cultural Profile • The Supreme Spirit • The, Spirit of the Dead • Arrival in Tripura • Primitive, Life Style • Dress Pattern • The Village Council, • The Darlongs • The Halams • Nineteenth Century, • Tripura's Ties with Tagore • Fabric of Modern, Tripura Society., 2. Religions, • Religious Philosophy of Tripura • Tribal Gods • The, Chakma • The Garo • The Halam • The Jamatia •, The Jugi • Lushai • The Mahisyadas • The Musalman, • The Namasudra • The Riang., 3. Education and Learning, • Education Scene in North Tripura • Education, Scene in South Tripura • Education Scene in West, Tripura • Progress of Education • Educational, Attitudes of Communities • The Kuki Attitude • The, Musalman Attitude • Regional Disparities in, Educational Attainment of Scheduled Tribes •, Disparities in Educational Attainments of Tribes at, 11, 18, 33, 42, 6 Encyclopaedia of Art and Culture in India (Tripura), Zonal Level • Inter-tribal Disparities in Educational, Attainment • Inter-state Disparities in Education of, the Same Tribe., 4. Position of Women, • More Freedom to Tribal Women • Studies on Tribal, Women • Social Progress • Problems of Tribals • The, Tripura Women • Women in Some Tripura, Communities., 5. Society and Community Life, • Structure of Society • The Settlement Pattern, • Food Habits • Household Goods • Prefix/Suffix in, Place Names • Jhum Cultivation: Distinguished, Feature in • Tripura Society • Process of Jhuming, • Munda Social Life • Family and Social Structure, • Customs • Tribal Life and Role of Government., 6. The Marriage System, • Dowry System • No Child Marriage • Widow, Remarriage • Marriage among the Chamar • The, Last Anointing • Bhawar/Phera., 7. Scholars and Their Works, • Major Works and Their Authors., 8. Paintings and Sculpture, • Paintings • Sculpture • Pilak-Pathar • Rock Cut, Images • The Genesis of Art Activities • Uncertain, Dates • Eastern Indian Idioms and Sculptures • The, Viharas • Buddhist Bronzes of Tripura • Unakot Rock, Cut Figures • Negation of Three Dimensionality •, Deota Mura Reliefs., 9. Dance, • Devadasis and Dances • Nats and Domanis • Jhum, and Dance • Kathakali • Influence of Dances of, Neighbouring States • Dance Narratives • The, Improvisatory Element • Drama-Oriented Narrative, 56, 66, 79, 95, 105, 118, Contents 7, 10. Drama, • Jatra from BengalP • Part of Emotional Life, • Influence of Manipuri Drama • Tamasha • Dramatic, Recitals • Performance of Tamasha • Tamasha Today., 11. Music, • Tribal Music • Features of Primitive Music, • Features of Folk Music • Music in Tripura, • Expressions • Dance • The Santhal Music • Musical, Instruments of Tripura • Sarinda: Chordophone •, Dama: Membranophone., 12. Food Habits, • Acharya • Bajandar • Chamar • Dhoba • Kuki, • Ralte • Chakma • Garo • Halam • Jamatia • Jugis, • Mahisyadas • Namasudras • Noatias • Riang, • Rupini • Santhal • Drinks• Conclusion and, Recommendation., 13. Dress and Ornaments, • Common Dresses for Men and Women • Dresses of, Young Girls • Ornaments • The Oraon Dress • The, Bhil Dress • Khasi Dress and Ornaments • Dancer's, Dress • Modern Dress., 14. Depressed Class Culture, • The Chamar • Birth Related Customs • Prophesy, of Child's Sex • Fear of Witchcraft • Delivery • Wave, Ceremony • Puberty • Death Rituals and Other, Customs • Feasts and Ceremonies • Ancestor Worship, • Festivals • The Dhanuk/Mehtar., 15. Kinship Culture, • The Kukis • Terms of Kinship • Social Etiquette, • Non-existent Terminology • Family Type • The, Chakmas • The Garo • The Halam • The Jamatia, • The Jugi • The Mahisyadas • The Namasudras, • Noatia • The Riang., 128, 140, 153, 164, 172, 197, 8 Encyclopaedia of Art and Culture in India (Tripura), 16. Language and Literature, • Tipra Form • Specimen of Tripura Language of, Tibeto-Burman Family • Chakma Language and, Literature • Chakma Sub-dialect • Bangla as Main, Language • Literature • Poetry • Popularity of, Ramayana • Dearth of Creativity • Newspapers, Radio, and Television., 17. Archaeological and Anthropological Findings, • Archaeological Sites Reports • Tripura Archaeology, and Religion • Vaisnavism • Saivism • Saktism, • Minor Sects • Iconography • Visnu Cult Icons, • Saiva Icons • Siva's image Nrtyamurtis Type, • Siva's image of Vaivahika Type • Siva's Image of, Ugra and Soumya Types • Shakti Icons • Different, Types of Icons • Buddhism • Anthropological Findings., 18. Religious Centres, • Socio-Religious Fabric of Tripura • Land of Fourteen, Gods • Important Fairs and Festivals • Agartala, • Kailashpur • Udaipur • Ruins of Temples., 19. Museums and Libraries, • UNESCO's Definition of Museum • Source of, Inspiration • Tripura Museum: Agartala State Museum, • Role and Functions of Museum • Preservation and, Collection • Exhibition • Libraries and Archives., 20. Fairs and Festivals, • Balangni Mutairenal Festival • Bat-Tala or Paush, Sankranti Fair • Bisucani Festival • Dumbaru of, Tirthamukh Fair • Ker Festival • Kharchi Festival, • Mamita Festival • Pir Dargar Fair • Shibchaturdashi, Fair • Unakuti Fair., 21. Customs, • The Chakma • The Garo • The Halams • The, Jamatia • Divorce and Remarriage • Pre-delivery, Rituals • The Marriage Ceremony • Death Rituals, • The Jugi • The Mahisyadas., 209, 222, 242, 250, 258, 272, Contents 9, 22. Folklore and Folkstories, • Folklore of Tripura • Tipra Myths • Folk Songs, • Some Folk Tales of the Rupinis • Toimatetni (The, Men) • Randi Chukmani (The Widow) • A Folk Tale, of the Darlongs • A Folk Tale of the Tripuris • A, Story on Caste • Tipi and Tepa • The Child with the, Ears of an Ox • The Child who knew his Father., 23. Globalisation of Culture, • Ancient Linkages • Tribal Culture • The Rich, Resources • Livestock Wealth of Tripura • Fisheries, • Forests • Jhoom Cultivation • Narrowed Scale of, Jhooming • Peaceful Co-existence of Different, Cultures., Bibliography, Index, 289, 307, 319, 323About The Book:- This Scientifically Researched 27 Volume Encyclopaedia Of Art And Culture In India Is A Vast Treasure Of Knowledge And Information On 28 States And Seven Union Territories. Each Volume Contains An Introduction On The Particular State Describing Its Origin, History, Geography, Economy, And 23 Chapters On Topics Ranging From The Cultural Change Over Period Of Time From The Very Early Period To The Modern Times To Religion, Pursuit Of Education, Position Of Women, Society And Community Life, The Marriage Systems, Scholars And Their Works, Paintings And Sculpture, Dance, Drama, Music, Food Habits, Dress And Ornaments, Depressed Class Culture, Kinship Relations, Language And Literature Archaeological And Anthropological Findings, Religious Centres, Museums, Archives, Libraries And Literary Societies, Fairs And Festivals, Custom Related To Birth And Death Rituals And Rites, Folklores, Folktales, Myths And Legends, And Globalization And Urbanization Of Culture. The Entire Mass Of Information And Knowledge Has Been Painstakingly Researched, Written And Edited With The Anthropological Point Of View, That Makes This Encyclopaedia All The More Valuable For Purpose Of Scholars In Different Disciplines, Social Scientists, Teacher And Students., About The Author:- Gopal Bhargava, A Prolific Writer And Education At Lucknow University. He Is A Senior Official In Town And Country Planning Organization. He Has Contributed Several Research Papers On Urban Development., Content:- Contents, Introduction, • Origin • Geography • Physical Features Of Land, • Climate • Brief History., 1. Cultural Changes Over Period Of Time, • The Kuki-Chin Tribes • War And Peace • The, Lushais Cultural Profile • The Supreme Spirit • The, Spirit Of The Dead • Arrival In Tripura • Primitive, Life Style • Dress Pattern • The Village Council, • The Darlongs • The Halams • Nineteenth Century, • Tripura'S Ties With Tagore • Fabric Of Modern, Tripura Society., 2. Religions, • Religious Philosophy Of Tripura • Tribal Gods • The, Chakma • The Garo • The Halam • The Jamatia •, The Jugi • Lushai • The Mahisyadas • The Musalman, • The Namasudra • The Riang., 3. Education And Learning, • Education Scene In North Tripura • Education, Scene In South Tripura • Education Scene In West, Tripura • Progress Of Education • Educational, Attitudes Of Communities • The Kuki Attitude • The, Musalman Attitude • Regional Disparities In, Educational Attainment Of Scheduled Tribes •, Disparities In Educational Attainments Of Tribes At, 11, 18, 33, 42, 6 Encyclopaedia Of Art And Culture In India (Tripura), Zonal Level • Inter-Tribal Disparities In Educational, Attainment • Inter-State Disparities In Education Of, The Same Tribe., 4. Position Of Women, • More Freedom To Tribal Women • Studies On Tribal, Women • Social Progress • Problems Of Tribals • The, Tripura Women • Women In Some Tripura, Communities., 5. Society And Community Life, • Structure Of Society • The Settlement Pattern, • Food Habits • Household Goods • Prefix/Suffix In, Place Names • Jhum Cultivation: Distinguished, Feature In • Tripura Society • Process Of Jhuming, • Munda Social Life • Family And Social Structure, • Customs • Tribal Life And Role Of Government., 6. The Marriage System, • Dowry System • No Child Marriage • Widow, Remarriage • Marriage Among The Chamar • The, Last Anointing • Bhawar/Phera., 7. Scholars And Their Works, • Major Works And Their Authors., 8. Paintings And Sculpture, • Paintings • Sculpture • Pilak-Pathar • Rock Cut, Images • The Genesis Of Art Activities • Uncertain, Dates • Eastern Indian Idioms And Sculptures • The, Viharas • Buddhist Bronzes Of Tripura • Unakot Rock, Cut Figures • Negation Of Three Dimensionality •, Deota Mura Reliefs., 9. Dance, • Devadasis And Dances • Nats And Domanis • Jhum, And Dance • Kathakali • Influence Of Dances Of, Neighbouring States • Dance Narratives • The, Improvisatory Element • Drama-Oriented Narrative, 56, 66, 79, 95, 105, 118, Contents 7, 10. Drama, • Jatra From Bengalp • Part Of Emotional Life, • Influence Of Manipuri Drama • Tamasha • Dramatic, Recitals • Performance Of Tamasha • Tamasha Today., 11. Music, • Tribal Music • Features Of Primitive Music, • Features Of Folk Music • Music In Tripura, • Expressions • Dance • The Santhal Music • Musical, Instruments Of Tripura • Sarinda: Chordophone •, Dama: Membranophone., 12. Food Habits, • Acharya • Bajandar • Chamar • Dhoba • Kuki, • Ralte • Chakma • Garo • Halam • Jamatia • Jugis, • Mahisyadas • Namasudras • Noatias • Riang, • Rupini • Santhal • Drinks• Conclusion And, Recommendation., 13. Dress And Ornaments, • Common Dresses For Men And Women • Dresses Of, Young Girls • Ornaments • The Oraon Dress • The, Bhil Dress • Khasi Dress And Ornaments • Dancer'S, Dress • Modern Dress., 14. Depressed Class Culture, • The Chamar • Birth Related Customs • Prophesy, Of Child'S Sex • Fear Of Witchcraft • Delivery • Wave, Ceremony • Puberty • Death Rituals And Other, Customs • Feasts And Ceremonies • Ancestor Worship, • Festivals • The Dhanuk/Mehtar., 15. Kinship Culture, • The Kukis • Terms Of Kinship • Social Etiquette, • Non-Existent Terminology • Family Type • The, Chakmas • The Garo • The Halam • The Jamatia, • The Jugi • The Mahisyadas • The Namasudras, • Noatia • The Riang., 128, 140, 153, 164, 172, 197, 8 Encyclopaedia Of Art And Culture In India (Tripura), 16. Language And Literature, • Tipra Form • Specimen Of Tripura Language Of, Tibeto-Burman Family • Chakma Language And, Literature • Chakma Sub-Dialect • Bangla As Main, Language • Literature • Poetry • Popularity Of, Ramayana • Dearth Of Creativity • Newspapers, Radio, And Television., 17. Archaeological And Anthropological Findings, • Archaeological Sites Reports • Tripura Archaeology, And Religion • Vaisnavism • Saivism • Saktism, • Minor Sects • Iconography • Visnu Cult Icons, • Saiva Icons • Siva'S Image Nrtyamurtis Type, • Siva'S Image Of Vaivahika Type • Siva'S Image Of, Ugra And Soumya Types • Shakti Icons • Different, Types Of Icons • Buddhism • Anthropological Findings., 18. Religious Centres, • Socio-Religious Fabric Of Tripura • Land Of Fourteen, Gods • Important Fairs And Festivals • Agartala, • Kailashpur • Udaipur • Ruins Of Temples., 19. Museums And Libraries, • Unesco'S Definition Of Museum • Source Of, Inspiration • Tripura Museum: Agartala State Museum, • Role And Functions Of Museum • Preservation And, Collection • Exhibition • Libraries And Archives., 20. Fairs And Festivals, • Balangni Mutairenal Festival • Bat-Tala Or Paush, Sankranti Fair • Bisucani Festival • Dumbaru Of, Tirthamukh Fair • Ker Festival • Kharchi Festival, • Mamita Festival • Pir Dargar Fair • Shibchaturdashi, Fair • Unakuti Fair., 21. Customs, • The Chakma • The Garo • The Halams • The, Jamatia • Divorce And Remarriage • Pre-Delivery, Rituals • The Marriage Ceremony • Death Rituals, • The Jugi • The Mahisyadas., 209, 222, 242, 250, 258, 272, Contents 9, 22. Folklore And Folkstories, • Folklore Of Tripura • Tipra Myths • Folk Songs, • Some Folk Tales Of The Rupinis • Toimatetni (The, Men) • Randi Chukmani (The Widow) • A Folk Tale, Of The Darlongs • A Folk Tale Of The Tripuris • A, Story On Caste • Tipi And Tepa • The Child With The, Ears Of An Ox • The Child Who Knew His Father., 23. Globalisation Of Culture, • Ancient Linkages • Tribal Culture • The Rich, Resources • Livestock Wealth Of Tripura • Fisheries, • Forests • Jhoom Cultivation • Narrowed Scale Of, Jhooming • Peaceful Co-Existence Of Different, Cultures., Bibliography, Index, 289, 307, 319, 323
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