This small book deals with the big question of tribal develop-ment from a new perspective. A lot has been written on the issue by planners, social scientists, economists, social workers, etc. But the unique approach of this book is the amalgamation of anthro-pological, journalistic and activist approaches to the issue. The fallacy of government claims has been laid threadbare on the basis of the claims of the government and the fact-sheet, again provided by the state.
N.K. Vaid (b. 1955) is a postgraduate (M.Sc.Hons.) in Anthropology with over 25 years of research experience. His main areas of interest are adaptation socio-cultural and biological, those pertaining to resource management, conflict resolution tribal development and genetic. He has been a journalist of repute and a social activist. A prolific writer, he has written hundreds of articles on issues concerning humanity and anthropology. His most read books include Economy and Social Relations and Javik Manav Shastra (Biological Anthropology) in Hindi.
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