3 edition of Khasi milieu found in the catalog.
H. Onderson Mawrie
|Statement||H.O. Mawrie ; also an introduction to the study of tribal religions by Sujata Miri.|
|LC Classifications||BL2032.K45 M37813 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||117 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||81905627|
Home. Khasi Newspaper Articles Database. Articles written in the Khasi language appearing on the editorial pages of leading Khasi newspapers are indexed by the Documentation Section for the benefit of students and scholars engaged in studies on the Khasi socio-cultural milieu, including issues of local and contemporary interest. The name Khasi identifies a group of tribes and subtribes presently inhabiting the Khasi and Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya State in northeastern Khasi call themselves Ki Khasi or Ri Lum. The name Khasiwas probably given to them by the people of the surrounding its broad sense, Khasi includes several neighboring groups such as the Jaintia, Pnar, Lyngam, Bhoi, War, and Khynriam.
Khasi definition, an Austroasiatic language of Assam, in northeast India. See more. Elaborating on this further, Hulda says, “So now the elders prefer that their children remain unmarried, rather than marry a non-Khasi, as that often dilutes the Khasi customs and language.” Hulda Kynta, 52, a political science lecturer in Sohra, Cherrapunji, is a protagonist in the film and facilitated documentary maker Aditya Seth in.
CMA , Minute Book of Annual Meetings –51, ; Missionary Agreements – CMA CMA , Letter Book of the Reverend Josiah Thomas, General Secretary, – The Khasi Canvas: A Cultural and Political History (Shillong, ). Clendinnen, Inga, Dancing with. Khasi Hills during the last hundred years has changed a great deal the picture of the Hills (Nakane, ). Shillong: Its Environment Shillong the field of the present study is the picturesque state capital of Meghalaya~ also known as the 'Scotland of the East', is situated at a height of 5,
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mawrie, H. Onderson. Khasi milieu. New Delhi: Concept, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Mawrie account is free from any sentimentality or romanticism and he is never bitter in his criticism of the distorters of his tradition.
It is about time that this book should be made available to a wider audience. Printed Pages: Khasi Milieu: Also An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions by Sujata MiriH.O. Mawrie - Khasi milieu book Khasi Milieu (The): Also An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions (by Sujata Miri) book online at best prices in india on Read Khasi Milieu (The): Also An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions (by Sujata Miri) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : H.
Mawrie. The Khasi Milieu. With An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions by Sujata Miri. (New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, ) R. - Volume 19 Issue 1 - Christoph Von Fürer–HaimendorfAuthor: Christoph Von Fürer–Haimendorf. The Khasi milieu. New Delhi: Concept. MLA Citation. Mawrie, H. Onderson.
The Khasi milieu / H.O. Mawrie ; also an introduction to the study of tribal religions by Sujata Miri Concept New Delhi Australian/Harvard Citation.
Mawrie, H. Onderson. Theme. The book People Called Shillong is an anthology, a compilation of 50 stories by 15 different authors, a flavoursome dish made of contrasting ingredients generously contributed by travellers, local people, adding varied perspectives to a place called ‘Shillong’.
Language and Narration Style. Khasi milieu book language used in the book is lucid, simple and conversational. The treatment is intended to provide an insights of the Khasi milieu, including the change of life style along with the progress of eduction in the pre-independence days. Therefore, the chapters are arranged in a systematic ofrder which will enable readers of varied disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, education and religious.
It is a close-knit matrilineal society hitherto not exposed to the outside world. This book although written primarily to satisfy the story telling urge, is also about the need to express the universal predicament of existence, of being, in a social milieu peculiar to the Khasi living in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Khasi people are an indigenous ethnic group of Meghalaya in north-eastern India with a significant population in the bordering state of Assam, and in certain parts of Khasi people form the majority of the population of the eastern part of Meghalaya, and is the state's largest community, with around 48% of the population of Meghalaya.
Patricia Mary Mukhim is an Indian social activist, writer, journalist and the editor of Shillong Times,  known for her social activism and her writings on mining in Meghalaya and Khasi people of the state. A recipient of honours such as Chameli Devi Jain award, ONE India award, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry FLO award, Upendra Nath Brahma Soldier.
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She taught the Khasi girls to dance and to sing, and it was she who instituted the Virgins’ Dance, which remains popular to this day among the Khasis. Her foster-father, seeing she possessed so much discretion and wisdom, used to consult her in all his perplexities and seek her advice in all matters pertaining to the ruling of the village.
The Khasi Hills / ˈ k ɑː s i / is a low mountain formation on the Shillong Plateau in Meghalaya state of Khasi Hills are part of the Garo-Khasi-Jaintia range and connects with the Purvanchal Range and larger Patkai Range further east. Khasi Hills, and the whole Garo-Khasi-Jaintia range, are in the so-called Meghalaya subtropical forests ecoregion.
Khasi Milieu (The): Also An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions (by Sujata Miri) The book aims to achieve a twofold objective: (1) to secure an authentic articulation of the traditional Ao world through a dialogue between different Ao voices (an aim pursued very differently from the anthropologistâ s participant.
About The Book The alphabet of the great Khasi tribe of North-East India was born as late as inwhen Thomas Jones, a Welsh Presbyterian missionary, introduced the Roman script to form the essentials of the Khasi written word. But long before the white man came, the Khasis knew agriculture.
trade, commerce and industry. And they were also masters of story-telling. mediatype:texts AND language:(khasi OR kha) Title Khasi: Books by Language. Created on. November 6 Jeff Kaplan Archivist. VIEWS — About the New Statistics Total Views 0. DISCONTINUED VIEWS. Total Views 0.
ITEMS. Total Items TOP REGIONS (LAST 30 DAYS) (data not available). Jaintia Hills is Khasi but English continues to be the official language with Khasi and Garo as the associate official languages of the State.
The Standard Khasi language is now used as a medium in schools, District Councils, local durbars, in District Courts, text books. Mawrie. The Khasi Milieu. With An Introduction to the Study of Tribal Religions by Sujata Miri. I I 7. (New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, I98I.) R. This book is a translation from the original Khasi of a work first published under the title Ka Pyrkhat U Khasi.
The outcome is the report—The Khasis of Bangladesh: A socio-economic survey of the Khasi people. The villages that the Khasis live in are called punjis. These punjis are normally located on the hillocks.
A punji is an attractive destination for anyone taking interest in this unique indigenous community. There are 85 Khasi punjis in Bangladesh.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.“The Khasi Milieu.” New Delhi: Conc ept Publishin g Company, Around The Hearth Khasi Lengends.
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