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Tribal Demography In India
by Mamoria, C. B
Published [Allahabad] 1957
Topics SOCIAL SCIENCES, Theories and methods in social sciences, Methods of the social sciences
Publisher Kitab Mahal
Pages 182
Language English
Book contributor Osmania University

For some strange reason, all the studies on Indian demography, have hitherto ignored the question of India’s aboriginal population. In fact, many do not know that we have in our country more than fifty million aboriginals, the descendants of some of the original settlers and earliest inhabitants of India. – S. Chandrasekhar (M.A., Ph.D.), Director, Indian Institute for Population Studies, Madras, 15th August, 1957.

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