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Social change in Gujarat

Neera Desai

Social change in Gujarat

a study of nineteenth century Gujarati society

by Neera Desai

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Published by Vora in Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gujarat
    • Subjects:
    • Gujarat -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNeera Desai.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN690.G8 D43 1978
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 479 p. ;
      Number of Pages479
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4075989M
      LC Control Number79901156

      Integration Era: Interregional connectivity and local culture. The complexities of the social processes that characterized the Integration Era are particularly apparent in the distinct areas that comprise the modern Indian state of Gujarat, where the cultural geography and historical trajectory of the Indus Civilization varies considerably from that characteristic of the alluvial . View Academics in Social Change in Gujarat on

      Growth in Population and Social Change: 1. Increase of population may creates so many problems for the society. These problems have great impact in all spheres of life. 2. The balance between the size of the population and natural resources (i.e., land, water, forest, minerals, etc.) of a country is significant. Any change in this balance brings social change.   Celebrate the next Teen Tech Week with the theme “Be the Source of Change,” March , Below you’ll find 20 books to inspire your teens, your programming, or your book displays. 5 to 1 by Holly Bodger. The year is and decades of gender selection in India have led to a gender imbalance where boys outnumber girls 5 to 1.

      Rural Middle Class: Nature of Social change in Charotar (Anand), Gujarat. This published as chapter since March , in a book titled " The Trajectory of India's Middle Class". This book examines the ‘social life’ of Gujarat’s textiles, tracing the historical journey of cloth and dress up to the present day. It looks closely at handmade fabrics, woven, dyed, painted and printed cloth, and embroidery, and locates their place in culture and trade.


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