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On the religious proselytizing of Dafla, Indic people of Arunāchal Pradesh; a study.
|Statement||Nabam Tadar Rikam.|
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|Pagination||xv, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||2005323931|
Today, o Christians are spread all over lower Arunachal. The sharp rise in conversions is creating serious social and religious tensions in the state. More important, it has put the state Government in a quandary, mainly because of the Arunachal Pradesh . District of Arunachal Pradesh. For this study data has been collected from six villages; viz. Bordumsa, Galenja, Giding, Wakhet na, Guzu and Kherem bisa. HOUSE TYPES: Singpho houses like other hill people are constructed on raised platform (Chang in Assamese). The dwelling house is called Imta, the burn or granary Mangtum and field house.
Emerging Religious Identities of Arunachal Pradesh. A Study of Nyishi Tribe. Mittal Publication, ISBN Jogendar Nath, The Cultural Heritage of a Tribal Society, Volume 1 "The Adis", Omsons Publications, Sources ^. traditional religious beliefs, practices and impacts of christianity among the nyishis of arunachal pradesh, india I. Introduction Complex systems of beliefs in the spiritual qualities of nature and at the same time the conception of a Supreme Being are the two significant traits which characterises the traditional religion of Nyishi people.
From inside the book. What people are saying paid parents participate perform person play political position practice prefer preparation present reasons recreation regard relation religious responsibility role schools seen sex ratio sexual share Singpho social society sons Status in Terms status of women Tagin taken Arunachal Pradesh. But during the last decade, their share has risen steeply to reach percent. The success of Christianity in Arunachal Pradesh is largely due to the large-scale conversion of this community, and of the Tangsa, Wancho and Nocte in the east. Of lakh Christians in Arunachal Pradesh in , lakh are from this community.
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Emerging religious identities of Arunachal Pradesh. New Delhi: Mittal Publications, (OCoLC) Online version: Rikam, Nabam Tadar, Emerging religious identities of Arunachal Pradesh.
New Delhi: Mittal Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nabam Tadar Rikam. Emerging Religious Identities Of Arunachal Pradesh; Emerging Religious Identities Of Arunachal Pradesh.
Price: Rs. N.A. Condition: New. xv, p., maps,This book deals with emerging religious identities and transformations taking place for the last five decades in Arunachal Pradesh with specific research on the Nyishis tribe.
Ethno-historic method has been followed to. In his book Emerging Religious Identities of Arunachal Pradesh: A Study of the Nyishi Emerging religious identities of Arunachal Pradesh book, academic Nabam Tadar Rikam has said that while most tribal communities of the Himalayan state rear mithuns, it is the “most valued and sacred animal” for the Nyishi : Samudra Gupta Kashyap.
About the Book Beads of Arunachal Pradesh: Emerging Cultural Context describes the cultural importance of different beads among the people of North-East India in general and Arunachal Pradesh in particular. The tradition of beads has been embedded in the lives of the people of North East from time immemorial.
The continuing popularity of beads have led to the manufacturing of spurious products. Donyi-Polo (also Donyi-Poloism) is the designation given to the indigenous religion, of animistic and shamanic type, of the Tani and other Tibeto-Burman peoples of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam in North-eastern India.
The name "Donyi-Polo" means "Sun-Moon", and was chosen for the religion in the process of its revitalisation and institutionalisation started in the s in response to inroads. The first Census in Arunachal Pradesh was held only in In the Table below, we have compiled the religious profile of the population as recorded in that and the subsequent four decennial censuses.
The last column of this Table gives the factor by which the population of different communities has multiplied between and Owing to its ethnic and cultural diversity, religion in Arunachal Pradesh has been a spot for the syncretism of different traditional religions.
Much of the native Tani populations follow an indigenous belief which has been systematised under the banner "Donyi-Polo" (Sun-Moon) since the spread of Christianity in the region by Christian missionaries in the second half of the 20th century.
Emerging Religious Identities of Arunachal Pradesh: A Study of Nyishi Tribe / Rikam, Nabam Tadar Empowerment of Women in North East India: Socio-Economic Perspectives / Singh, Harendra & Zorema, J. (Eds.). Arunachal Pradesh is unlike the other states with anti-conversion laws.
Christians constitute more than 30 per cent of the state’s population. By contrast, in four other states with such laws — Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand — Christians are less than one per cent. History of Arunachal Pradesh in the revised and enlarged uptodated title British Policy in the North East Frontier Agency published in The book is a prescribed textbook in Degree Honours and P.G courses of Arunachal University and also in other Universities of North East s: 3.
Understanding Religious Policy of Arunachal Pradesh. Nani Bath. Introduction. What constitutes a tribal religion eludes any comprehensive answer. It is more difficult to define religion in the context of Arunachal Pradesh, a tribal state, where religion and culture remain interlinked for all practical purposes.
National Seminar on the "Religious History of Arunachal Pradesh" ( Itanagar, India). Religious history of Arunachal Pradesh. New Delhi: Gyan Pub. House, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /.
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Pradesh, operated out of Arunachal Pradesh during April - March ( & - ). Due weightage would be given for the growth rate achieved. The selection would be made from the recognized operators from Arunachal Pradesh. The President(s) or representatives of Arunachal Association of Tour Operators.
Christian population in Arunachal Pradesh rose from less than 1% in to more than 30% inofficial census data show, numbers which appear to back Union minister Kiren Rijiju’s.
Home to picturesque mountains, unexplored passes, tranquil lakes and famous monasteries, Arunachal Pradesh is an amazing destination for an amazing holiday. Arunachal Pradesh is the perfect state for you if you wish to explore the tribal culture and the simplicity of their exquisite beauty.
Its amazing array of flora and fauna, in a unique habitat with glaciers, high altitude meadows and sub. Emerging Religious Identities of Arunachal Pradesh. Authors: Nabam Tadar Rikam. Categories: Arunāchal Pradesh (India) Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Mittal Publications. Arunachal Pradesh is one of the states of northeastern India and just like all the other North-Eastern states, its tradition and culture are one of the main focus of Indian tourism.
Food forms an essential part of the culture of North East India, and is a traveller's urge to understand the unknown, the food of Arunachal Pradesh is a topic that draws a lot of attention!. A book, which tells the story of the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh during British India, has bagged the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction in the UK.Arunachal Pradesh, the erstwhile North East Frontier Agency (NEFA), is the homeland of a large number of tribes with distinctive identities spread over sixteen districts.Arunachal Pradesh - Arunachal Pradesh - History: In –13 the British Indian government made agreements with the indigenous peoples of the Himalayas of northeastern India to set up the Balipara frontier tract in the west, the Sadiya frontier tract in the east, and the Abor and Mishmi hills and the Tirap frontier tract in the south.
Together those tracts became the North East Frontier.