Baiga



ETHNONYMS: Bhuiya, Bhumia, Bhumiaraja, Bhumij, Bhumija, Bhumijan


See also Agaria ; Bhuiya


Bibliography

Chattopadhyaya, Kamaladevi (1978). Tribalism in India. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.

Das, Tarakchandra (1931). The Bhumijas of Seraikella. Calcutta: University of Calcutta.

Elwin, Verrier (1939). The Baiga. London: John Murray.

Elwin, Verrier (1968). The Kingdom of the Young. London: Oxford University Press.

Fuchs, Stephen (1960). The Gond and Bhumia of Eastern Mandla. Bombay: Asia Publishing House.


Misra, P. K. (1977). "Patterns of Inter-Tribal Relations." In Tribal Heritage of India. Vol. 1, Ethnicity, Identity, and Interaction, edited by S. C. Dube, 85-117. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.

Roy, Sarat Chandra (1935). The Hill Bhuiyas of Orissa—with Comparative Notes on the Plains Bhuiyas. Ranchi: Man in India Office.

Russell, R. V., and Hira Lal (1916). "Baiga." The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India. Vol. 2, 77-92. London: Oxford University Press. Reprint. 1969. Oosterhout: Anthropological Publications.

HUGH R. PAGE, JR.

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