Kolkata: Anthropological Survey of India, 2012-2013. — 380 (pp. 365-745) p. — ISSN: 2277-436XThe Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India is the official organ of the Anthropological Survey of India, which is published biannually. It publishes original papers in all areas of anthropology and allied disciplines. It also publishes review papers, research notes, brief communications and book reviews.The holistic approach to Anthropology: B. S. Guha’s vision of the Anthropological Survey of India. Indigenous knowledge in India: dimensions and relevance. Legislated sedentarization and pauperization: The Nomadic Muslim Hawadiga and Qalandar people of Karnataka. Understanding Haemoglobinopathies in public health scenario of Andaman and Nicobar Islands: an anthropological approach. Twin infanticide: a case study from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Model for impact assessment of awareness programme in sickle Cell Anaemia — development initiative for survival and well being. Holistic approach to the Gurkhas of Karbari Grant village (with special reference to origin, history, ethnic identity, social structure and dispute solving mechanism). Sacred complex in Karbary Grand village (with special reference to Gurkha community). Migration pattern and Kinship system among Gurkha community in Karbari Grants, Dehradun - A critical appraisal to bio-social perspective. «Health care practices and traditional medicine of Gorkha population in the village Karbari Grant». A demographic study of Gorkha population in village Karbari Grant, district Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Scenario of Parkinson’s disease in India. Semiological application of plants and vegetation in folk life and culture of Jaipur district, Odisha: an introspection. Anomalies, morbidity, disease among Mukha Dora tribe and indigenous healing practices followed by the tribes in the Agency of Andhra Pradesh. Gulf of Mannar biosphere reserve: glimpses of indigenous knowledge on coastal fishing in Tamil Nadu. Traditional life, livelihood and plantations: a study among the Mullu Kurumba. Sacred complex of Port Blair City: an anthropological appraisal. Prameha and its ancient Ayurvedic medicine in India. Palaeolithic tools of Siulibona, District-Bankura, West Bengal: a typological and morphometric study. Matriliny among the Arumbukuttam Vellalar: a little known community of Tamil Nadu. Assessment of the functioning of institutions: criteria and approaches. Comparison of Mandibular arch chords in cleft palate patients. Economic profile of Oraon: A case study of forest village. Importance of clans in marriage alliances: some observation on Mahali. Health profile of Gorkhas with special reference to lifestyle vis-a-vis hypertensive condition in village Karbari Grant of Dehradun, Uttarakhand: an overview.
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