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......................... 42 THE DISTRICT......................... 31 THE FIELD AND THE FIELDWORK........................................................................................ 63 RITES-DE-PASSAGE ............................. 65 THE MODERN INSTITUTIONS .................................... 54 DRESS AND ORNAMENTS ............................................................................................................................................ 36 PROBLEMS FACED ............................... 69 CHAPTER 5: THE TRADITIONAL SOURCES OF POWER .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 FESTIVALS ......................................................................................................................... 49 Religious Ceremonies ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 THE ORAONS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 23 POWER AND POLITICS ...............................................................STUDIES OF POWER IN ANTHROPOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 74 TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE ORAON SOCIETY ........................................................... 71 THE PARHA PACHAYAT .............................................................................................................................................................. 48 Oraon Village ............................................................................................................................................................. 56 HOUSE PLAN ....................... 46 The Origin................................. 15 THE CONCEPT OF POWER ................................................................................................. 39 GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 54 FAMILY AND THE HOUSEHOLDS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40 ECONOMY............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 46 The distribution of Oraons in India .............................................................................. 15 ANTHROPOLOGY AND POWER ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 28 KINSHIP AND POWER: .................................. 35 TECHNIQUES USED .......................................................................................................... 37 CHAPTER 3: AREA AND PEOPLE...................................................................................................................................................................................... 61 ECONOMY...... 50 Oraon Celebrations ................................................................................................. 53 THE SOCIETY’S COMPOSITION ............................................................................... 47 Physical Characteristics ......................... 15 POWER AND ANTHROPOLOGY............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 72 THE CUSTOMARY LAWS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28 FAMILY AND POWER...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 HISTORY AND MYTHOLOGY ........................................................................................................ 60 BASIC AMENITIES ....................................................................................................... 26 RELIGION AND POWER...............................................................................................................JASHPURNAGAR OR JASHPUR ..................................................................................... 39 THE STATE OF CHHATTISGARH ........................................................... 32 RAPPORT ESTABLISHMENT ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 47 Oraon Lifestyle ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 61 KINSHIP ......................................... 58 POLITICAL ORGANIZATION ...........................................3 ƒ„Ž‡‘ˆ‘–‡–•  INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 71 TRADITIONAL POLITICO-JURAL INSTITUTIONS ........................ 48 The Parha Panchayat ........................................................................................... 29 CHAPTER 2: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY .................................................................................................................. 11 CHAPTER 1: THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF POWER ............................................................................................................................................................. 54 LANGUAGE SPOKEN ................................................................................ 77 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 27 POWER AND ECONOMY........... 48 The Family and Kinship............................................................................................................................................................................................ 50 CHAPTER 4 : ETHNOGRAPHY OF THE VILLAGE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 56 RELIGION ................................ 41 The Natural Resources ............... 55 FOOD AND DRINKS .................................................................... 52 PHYSICAL LOCATION . 52 HISTORY AND ORIGIN ..........................................................................................................

. 97 WOMEN AND TRADITIONAL SOURCES OF POWER ....................................................... 90 The Power of Do’s and Don’ts ......... Life history of INC Leader ........................................................................................................................................... 107 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 84 POWER IN ACTION: THE LIFE HISTORY OF A LEADER WHO DOES NOT CONFORM TO ANY POLITICAL PARTY ................................................................................................................................. 96 ECONOMY AND POWER: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 93 The Forests: .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 103 REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 95 Power of Objects: ............................................................................................................................................................................ 83 2........................................................................ 99 CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY .......................................................... 85 RELIGION .........................................4 HOW THE LEADERS BECOME LEADERS: ............... 92 NATURAL RESOURCES AS SOURCE OF POWER ...................................................................................... 89 The Kali Mandir ................... 91 THE POWER OF MAGIC ................................................................................................................. 95 The Livestock: ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 83 1. Life history of BSP leader ...............................

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