CULTURAL REVOLUTION: CHANGE IN TRIBAL SOCIETY

Dr Kanchan K Dwivedi

Abstract


Culture is the advanced development of human powers which includes knowledge, belief, art, moral, law, custom and other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.[1]The culture of any people is a synthesis of the aspects of their social, education, religions, artistic, economic and other activities and is a product of the struggle of mankind against the natural as well as manmade forces of modern day.  The very entity of the word religion is supernatural and suprasensory whereas the culture has the material aspect too.

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Tylor said in his book “Primitive Culture” in 1871.

Majundar D.N. : Introduction to the social Anthropology, Delhi.

P.235.

Elwin, Verrier : A philosophy for NEFA.p212.

Ibid, p.218.

Ibid, p.284.


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