Social change among the Garo : a study of a plains village in Bangladesh
In 1974, I went for a picnic in the forest of Madhupur Garh, an area mainly inhabited by a matrilineal people known as the Garo. On this occasion I had the opportunity to meet some Garo and also to visit their houses. Several features of Garo society associated with matrilineality attracted my attention. Following this encounter I became interested to know more about these people and their social organization, so I started reading available sources on them. All the published sources I found...[Show more]
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