The Sacred Complex of Munda Tribe

@article{Srivastava2007TheSC,
  title={The Sacred Complex of Munda Tribe},
  author={Malini Srivastava},
  journal={The Anthropologist},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={327 - 330}
}
Abstract The Munda, one of the scheduled tribes of the Jharkhand, occupy third position in the numerically strongest Kolarian tribes, are the inhabitants of Chotanagpur region in Jharkhand. Racially, they are proto-australoid and speak Mundari dialect of Austro-Asiatic family. The present study was undertaken in Chotanagpur plateau in Jharkhand to study the religion of the Mundas within the framework and concept of ‘Sacred Complex’. Four Munda villages, namely, Daugada, Buruma, Sarwada and… 

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