2 edition of social economy of the Himalayans found in the catalog.
social economy of the Himalayans
Shiva Darshan Pant
|Statement||by S. D. Pant; with a foreword by Sir Edward Blunt.|
|LC Classifications||HC437.K68 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||36001003|
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This book gathers together material on the social economy from around the world. The Social Economy is a topic of considerable contemporary research and policy interest. From creches to environmental services, from consumer cooperatives to social housing, governments in many countries have begun to introduce legislation to support social 5/5(1). The towering Himalaya Mountains attest to the colossal tectonic force of the Indian Subcontinent as it plows into mainland Asia. Nepal also marks the collision point between Hinduism and Buddhism, between the Tibeto-Burmese language group and the Indo-European, and between Central Asian culture and Indian : Kallie Szczepanski.
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The Social Economy of the Himalayans, Based on a Survey in the Kumaon Himalayas Hardcover – January 1, by S.D. Pant (Author)Author: S.D. Pant. The Social Economy of the Himalayans. London: George Allen & Unwin, (). Octavo, original navy cloth.
First edition of this sociological examination of social, cultural, and economic life in the Kumaon Himalayas, with numerous half-tones and seven maps (three folding). About the Book. This is a careful and thorough study of the inhabitants of the Kumaon Himalayas, based on nearly social economy of the Himalayans book years of firsthand observation and investigation.
It gives a detailes account of the Bhotiyas and other peoples, their methods of agriculture, their industries, their trading activities, their recreations and their religious. The social economy of the Himalayans, based on a survey in the Kumaon Himalayas.
This book teases out the reasons for, and the socio-economic impacts of, different types of migration on contemporary rural households and individuals. The author creatively depicts the dynamic microcosm of one village in the North Indian Kumaun Himalayas, near the border with Chinese Tibet, giving voice to the life stories of a range of migrants.
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Himalayas - Himalayas - Economy: Economic conditions in the Himalayas partly depend on the limited resources available in different parts of that vast region of varied ecological zones.
The principal activity is animal husbandry, but forestry, trade, and tourism are also important. The Himalayas abound in economic resources. Those include pockets of rich arable land. The present volume throws light on various dimensions of the Himalayan life and are twelve chaptres in the book Where various facets of the Himalayan culture,viz,the needed ethnographic reseaches,institurions of polyandry,cultural zones and fronties of the Himalayas,the sacred comlexes of the Himalayan,shrines urgent anthropological researches,enviromental.
on the history and social sciences of the peoples of the Himalayas. The variety and relative isolation of the Himalayan cultures has brought many scholars to that part of the world in recent years. The most active areas of research have been anthropology, religion, language, art, and history, though the latter has been somewhat neglected.
Tourism in the Himalaya Tobias Spaltenberger – 7 3 Impacts of modern mass tourism a. Impact on Economy The dawn of the mass tourism era in the Himalayas had an enormous influence on the local economy: with the number of visitors increasing dramatically, the total amount of money spent by these visitors increased in the same way (Table 2).File Size: 2MB.
The book is a compendium of articles written by experts and workers connected with Himalayan studies. The volume covers a wide range of topics having a direct bearing on the health and security of the mot outstanding yet fragile Himalayan ecosystems.
The author has tried to analyze the causes of the degradation of the Himalayas. Himalayas - Himalayas - People: Of the four principal language families in the Indian subcontinent—Indo-European, Tibeto-Burman, Austroasiatic, and Dravidian—the first two are well represented in the Himalayas.
In ancient times, peoples speaking languages from both families mixed in varying proportions in different areas. Their distribution is the result of a long history. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. France, Joshi is working on source-material for the study of traditional metalwork, water management, and socio-economic and religious history of Uttarakhand and western Nepal.
He has published extensively on different aspects of central Himalayan history, culture, and archaeology. Youth Employment in Nepal.
Promoting the smooth labor market integration and early labor market success of workers has increasingly become an important economic and social development aim globally.
The Nepal government sees addressing the social and economic challenges of youth, and leveraging their social. Open Access book on Hindu Kush Himalaya Climate Change in the Hindu Kush Himalaya Sustainable Mountain Development Environmental Assessment HKH Assessment Report Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in the HKH Energy Needs in Asia Water Security, Availability, Use and Governance Food Nutrition and Security in Asia Disaster Risk Reduction.
The educational potential of social economy projects in the Himalayas  connection. Lastly, we conclude by pointing out the fragility of these moments of suspension that opens some new questions for further research.
Methodology Our analysis is based on an ethnographic study of Avani’s projects, which was Author: V.P.J. Sambhavi, Mieke Berghmans, Joke Vandenabeele. This book will help you discover and develop the qualities which are essential for success in life. These qualities are handpicked from the life of the most successful people in the world with examples which will help you get an insight into their lives.
Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Ancient World Abhijit Sahoo. This open access book provides a comprehensive assessment of the Hindu Kush Himalaya region, on social, economic and environmental level.
It presents leading knowledge on sustainable mountain development and policy solutions to safeguard the environment and advance people’s well-being. The environment of the Himalayas is a function of its climate, as much as the climate is a result of the mountains themselves.
Climate: The Himalayas, by virtue of their stupendous height, act as a climatic divide for the Asian region, and the behaviour of large systems of air and water circulation in the region is moderated by it. This book aims at developing an appropriate analysis of these interactions and, thus, at supplementing the previous collection on the Politics of Belonging in the Himalayas.
This book is the first major study on this topic and a crucial contribution to the study of the current change within the Himalayan societies and their cultures.
It's Only the Himalayas is Sue Bedford's debut travelogue which regales us with her outrageous tales during a year spent backpacking with her bestie around the world.
Packed full of hilarity, this is a book that will delight both older backpackers looking back nostalgically at misspent youths and those thinking about embarking on their own wild /5.The environmental and social impacts of tourism in the Himalayas: A case study of Manang, the northwest of Nepal.
People in Manang have sought to make their living outside of Manang, like Southeast Asian countries. Recently tourism has developed along the trekking route of Annapurna that is one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal.3 1 Social and economic aspects of Ladakh 06 Introduction Agriculture, property and the economy Social and economic shifts Environmental resources and File Size: 1MB.