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Social Ethnography of Hill Muslim of Nepal

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Title:Social Ethnography of Hill Muslim of Nepal


Author:Prakash Upadhyay

Publisher:Adroit Publishers

Publish Year:2014

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Hard Back With Dust Jacket

Subject:Nepal Anthropology



Size:245 x 165 mm


Price:USD 11.12

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  • This book is social-ethnography study of the society and culture of hill Muslims called Churaute in Nepali language meaning bangle sellers - of Nepal among whom the strict Islamic religious credo and centuries old social exclusions is creating a dilemma of poverty amidst plenty of human and natural resources. Based on the theoretical frame of Marxist anthropology the book calls for understanding the importance of the process of social inclusion and responding to Nepal’s diversity by carrying out an examination through ethnographic lens ethnicity/caste, religion, and regional identity. This book will help to understand the sentiments of the religious minority groups which will accordingly trim down the budding tensions and ethno-religious conflicts.

    Prakash Upadhyay

    Prakash Upadhyay is an associate Professor of anthropology at Tribuhvan University, Nepal. He has got to his credits more than 150 research articles and two dozen books published nationally and internationally.
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