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Bodo Culture and Identity: An Ethnographic Study

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Title: Bodo Culture and Identity
Subtitle: An Ethnographic Study
Subject Classification: Anthropology, Society and Culture 
BIC Classification: JHM, JFSL
BISAC Classification: SOC002010, SOC008020
Binding: Hardback, ebook, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: June 2024
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-674-7
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-675-4


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Bodo Culture and Identity: An Ethnographic Study offers a deep dive into the heart of the Bodo community, one of the indigenous tribes of Northeast India, known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and distinct identity within the diverse tapestry of Indian society. Through meticulous ethnographic fieldwork, this book explores the nuances of Bodo traditions, language, art, music, and religious practices, presenting a comprehensive view of their way of life.

The author explores the complexities of Bodo history, from ancient origins to contemporary challenges, shedding light on the socio-political dynamics that have shaped their identity over centuries. With a focus on the emergence of Bodo, the study provides insights into daily life, cultural expressions, and the community's aspirations for the future. 

Intended for scholars, students, and general readers with an interest in anthropology, indigenous studies, and cultural diversity, this book also offers a window into the life of the Bodo people, encouraging greater understanding and appreciation of their unique cultural heritage.


Author: Bishal Patangia, BA, MSc, is a social and behavioral researcher from India. He is a Research Associate in the Department of Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Christ University, India. His research primarily focuses on the field of psychosocial health, healthcare inequality and women at workplace. Additionally, he is also actively worked on several research projects on cultural and social narratives in Indian society. He has published several articles, book chapters, and books in national and international journals and publishers. He is an active member of the Society of Epidemiologic Research and International Association of Applied Psychology. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Sociology and English Literature and a Master of Sciences in the Psychology specialized in human resource development and management from Christ University, India.


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