“A great deal of things could be learnt from their culture”: Nehru and his assurance that tribes may “develop on the lines of their own genius”

The Tribal Culture of India
By Lalita Prasad Vidyarthi, Binay Kumar Rai

A great deal of things could be learnt from their culture – Jawaharlal Nehru, first Prime Minister of free India

Source: The Tribal Culture of India – Lalita Prasad Vidyarthi, Binay Kumar Rai – Google Books
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