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ISBN- 81-261-1737-0

RURAL DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION
RAJBIR SINGH
Rural Development occupies a dominating position in the planning and policy formulation of under developed and developing nations. It is because the majority of population of such countries belongs to rural area and depends on primary sector for their livelihood. The sheer largeness of the masses living in rural areas in destitute and unhygienic conditions has attracted the attention of people from all walks of life. India being a developing nation, had to take various steps for rural development since independence. Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP) is the most significant programme launched by Government of India in 1978-79 in 2300 selected Blocks and was extended to all the remaining Blocks w.e.f October 2, 1980. The outlay of the resources invested and the publicity given to it was so high that the researchers could not remain all of from it. Hence various studies have been conducted both at individual and institutional levels. The present study is an attempt in this direction to enrich and complete the chain of knowledge. This book based on the findings of an in depth research, comprises comprehensive knowledge about various programmes of rural development launched in India since Independence with specific thrust on IRDP, detailed Profile of the State of Haryana, Administrative setup of Rural Development at various levels, Process of Implementation of IRDP, its Performance, Perception of Officials and Beneficiaries with valuable findings and suggestions. No doubt, it will provide valuable information to teachers, research scholars, students and officials concerned (directly or indirectly) with the subject of rural development.
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ISBN- 81-261-0504-6

TRIBAL BELIEFS PRACTICES AND INSURRECTIONS
R. SINGH
The present book is an analytical study of nature of tribal beliefs, practices and insurrections. This brings together some salient information about the social customs and manners and its transformation. Divided into six chapters, chapter first is on rites, rituals and ceremonies. Second chapter is on economic consequences of social customs and festivals. Third chapter discusses tribal belief on supernatural power: belief and practices. Chapter four and five are devoted to study the social origin of tribal insurrections and social objectives of tribal movement respectively. While the last chapter analyses the processes of stratification and changes. Sociologists, anthropologists and policy planner and administrators besides the students and teachers in the field will find this book much informative.
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ISBN- 81-261-0479-4

NATURALISTIC VISION OF TRIBAL ART
R. SINGH
Naturalistic Vision of Tribal Art is devoted to study those aspects of tribal art which were generally ignored by the scholars. All tribal art is generally supposed to be related to their myths, their rituals, their festivals and their magical or magico-religious practices, despite their strong penchant for purely decorative expression, enhancing or adding to what is naturally given without any signification other than that of the simple delight of the eye. This book elaborately discusses the following topics: Pre- and post-naturalistic vision; Tunes of the tribal arts; Rajasthan tribes and their arts; Tattoo: traditional decorative arts; music and its proper context; Mode of tribal paintings; Tribal crafts: a creative expression; and changes and integration. This book will prove utmost use for scholars and teachers in the field besides sociologists, anthropologists and policy planners alike.
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ISBN- 81-261-0452-X

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION OF INDIAN TRIBES
R.SINGH
Social Transformation of Indian Tribes is a critical and comprehensive study of nature and motivation of the social transformation during past few decades. The process of social transformation has been discussed in seven chapters. Community composition and social order has been discussed in the first chapter. Second chapter deals with the basic unit of social structure. Whether social transformation is myth or reality? This question has been widely discussed in the third chapter. Fourth chapter deals with plans, policies and development. Fifth chapter throw light on the socio-economic status of tribal women in eastern India. Social interaction among the tribes has been described deals with the concept and composition of tribal caste and nation. Social anthropologists, scholars and teachers in the field concerned besides the policy planners and development administrators will find this book of utmost use.
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