The Aborigines of the Highlands of Central India


    This is a small but valuable contribution to our knowledge of some hill tribes in central India. The author, who is lecturer in cultural anthropology at the University of Calcutta, has first-hand experience of the Sabara Kols and other neighbouring tribes. The pamphlet contains a description of the customs and organisation of these natives, as well as an attempt at tracing the historical relationships of these aboriginals to the other inhabitants of mid-India.

    The Aborigines of the Highlands of Central India.

    B. C.


    By. Pp. vi + 84. (Calcutta: The University of Calcutta, 1927.) n.p.

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    The Aborigines of the Highlands of Central India . Nature 120, 186 (1927).

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