M.C.Pradhan is a Canadian Professor and Author of number of books. M. C. Pradhan, one time Reader in tire Department of Social Anthropology at the Kamatak University, Dharrvar, is now Associate Professor in tire Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Anthropology and Archeology
• Verrier Elwin as anthropologist, by M. C. Pradhan.
• A critique of Verrier Elwin's anthropology: Hill Bondo social organization and kinship analysis, by F. Fernandez.
• Patterns of polyandry in Tibet and India, by H. R. H. Prince Peter.
• Separatism in the Indian polity: a case study, by P. G. Ganguly.
• Revitalization movements: theory and practice, as evidenced among Buddhists of Maharashtra, by B. D. Miller.
• Political party conflict in a Kerala village, by K. Gough.
• A theory of social stratification and the case of Indian society, by H. A. Gould.
• Morality and prestige among the Nagas, by C. von Furer-Haimendorf.
• Finitude, complementarity, and dependence in primitive societies, by J. V. Ferreira.
• Christianity and the anthropologist, by F. L. K. Hsu.
• Some aspects of the Jat religion and ethics, by M. C. Pradhan.
• Applied anthropology in India, by S. Fuchs.
• Descriptive dialogue songs in Mundari, by N. Zide and R. D. Munda.
• Pebble chopper/chopping tools and flakes in India and Pakistan: a review in the light of recent finds in Europe and Asia, by D. Sen.
• Early village communities of the Banas Basin, Rajasthan, by V. N. Misra.
• Bibliography of Verrier Elwin, by M. C. Pradhan (p. 311-318).
He has done commendable work on the Khaap Panchayats.
- Some Aspects Of The Jat Religion And Ethics - Article by M.C.Pradhan
- The Jats of Northern India: Their Traditional Political System - Article by M.C.Pradhan
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