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Educating activists: development and gender in the making of modern Gandhians

What do people make of their own development? In Educating Activists, Rebecca M. Klenk illuminates a reality that is far more complex than either development planners or critics commonly assume. This gracefully written, accessible ethnography shows how rural women accept, refuse, reinterpret, and negotiate development’s…

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Hindus of the Himalayas

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Buxas of Garhwal: a study

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The abode of Mahashiva : cults and symbology in Jaunsar-Bawar in the mid-Himalayas

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Ancient communities of the Himalaya

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Harijans of Himalaya: with special reference to the Harijans of Kumaun Hills

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Kumaun, land and people: a volume in honour of Shri Narayan Datt Tiwari

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Tribes of Uttaranchal: a study of education, health, hygiene, and nutrition

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Tribes of India, Nepal, Tibet borderland : a study of cultural transformation

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Images of women in the folk songs of Garhwal Himalayas : a participatory research

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