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The Dhimals miraculous migrants of Himal an anthropological study of a Nepalese ethnic group

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Title:The Dhimals miraculous migrants of Himal an anthropological study of a Nepalese ethnic group

ISBN:9788182500082

Author:Dr. Rishikeshab Raj Regmi

Editor:None

Publisher:Nirala Publications

Publish Year:2016

Edition:Second Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Anthropology/ Sociology | Nepal Culture and Custom

Language:English

Remarks:Glossary and Bibliography.

Pages:269

Size:136 x 245 mm

Weight(gms):505

Price:USD 7.95

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  • The Dhimals : Miraculous Migrants of Himal captures the mechanism of an agrarian Nepalese ethnic group caught in the crossfire of tradition and modernization. Dr. Regmi, for the first time, attempts to analyze the society of the Dhimals in a purely anthropological perspective. Describing all around socio- cultural facets of the Dhimals society, Dr. Regmi endeavors to study and determine how certain demographic, ecological and social changes are interacting with the traditional setting in the Jhapa district of Eastern Nepal Terai to alter its basic social structure and cultural traits. Dr. Regmi adopts a systematic development approach and places emphasis on the relevance of economy, occupational variables to the social structure of the Dhimal families. The book is an authentic account of the little known migrants of Himal who are attempting to adjust the pressures of modernization without letting their traditional value system collapse. “The well-known Nepalese scholar and anthropologist, Dr. Rishikeshab Raj Regmi has vividly analyzed the entire socio-cultural structure of the fast changing society of Dhimals of the Nepal Terai . His study with an anthropological perspective widely covers the theme he has undertake for his scholarly pursuit and shows how custom and tradition influences behavior, economy, polity and how developing societies are adjusting themselves to the influence of modernization.” Dr. Ishwar Baral Former Vice-Chancellor, Nepal Academy, Kathmandu

    Dr. Rishikeshab Raj Regmi

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