Reflections of Tribal Life and Culture in Indian Literature
AbstractSince the inception of Indian civilization, tribes in various forms had their presence felt in Indian ethos of life. India has accepted all tribes in its cultural mosaic and the process of synthesis and acculturation had made the tribes integral part of Indian community.
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