Traditional Uses of Animal and Animal Products in Medicine and Rituals by the Shoka Tribes of District Pithoragarh, Uttaranchal, India

@article{Negi2007TraditionalUO,
  title={Traditional Uses of Animal and Animal Products in Medicine and Rituals by the Shoka Tribes of District Pithoragarh, Uttaranchal, India},
  author={C. Negi and Veerendra S. Palyal},
  journal={Studies on Ethno-Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={1},
  pages={47 - 54}
}
Abstract Inter-linkages between cultural diversity and the environmental ethics or traditional conservation, has been very less understood, lest studied (Negi 2003). Traditional mode of living or sustenance, invariably relates to the immediate nature and the resources that reside therein. Traditional people, thus have been using the myriad resourcesbe that the timber, fibres, medicinal plants, edible plants and others, but more importantly have been engaged in bringing forth the subtle and… Expand
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