Gujarati



ETHNONYMS: none


See also Bhil ; Bohra ; Grasia ; Jain ; Kanbi ; Khoja ; Koli ; Parsi

Bibliography

Desai, R. B. Govindbhai (1932). Hindu Families in Gujarat. Baroda: Baroda State Press.

Gujarat, Government of. Bureau of Economics and Statistics (1982). Statistical Atlas of Gujarat. Vols. 1-2. Gandhinagar: Government of Gujarat.

Majumdar, M. R. (1965). Cultural History of Gujarat. Bombay: Popular Prakashan.

Shah, Arvind M. (1973). The Household Dimension of the Family in India: A Field Study in a Gujarat Village and a Review of Other Studies. Berkeley: University of California Press; New Delhi: Orient Longman.

Shah, Ghanshyam (1989). "Caste Sentiments and Dominance in Gujarat." In Dominance and State Power in Modern India, edited by Francine Frankel and M. S. A. Rao. Delhi: Oxford University Press.

GHANSHYAM SHAH

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