Download Changing Tribal Life in British Orissa PDF Format Full Free by Kanchanmoy Mojumdar and published by . This book was released on 1998 with total page 152 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Book Traces The British Government S Policy Towards The Aboriginal People Of Orissa, Particularly The Kandhs, And The Reaction It Caused In The People. The British Effort To Tame The Tribals By Armed Measures Was Followed By Their Effort To Civilise The Savages By Education And Widen The Scope And Scale Of Their Acculturation With Civilised People In The Neighboring Tracts. This Caused A Great Change In Tribal Life, Society And Polity. Tribal Reaction To This Externally-Induced Change Varied Between Stubborn Resistance And Grudging Acquiescence, Depending On The Pace And Extent Of The Change. The Policy Of Civilising The Savages Was Later Changed To The Policy Of Conserving Tribalism , The Government Realising The Damage Done To Tribal Tradition And Psyche. The Study Of The British Tribal Policy Is Worthwhile Because The Main Problem Faced By The Administrators Then Persists Even Today: The Problem Of How To Improve Tribal Life Without Causing, As An Inevitable Outcome, Progressive Detribalisation; How To Modernise Tribal Life Without Destroying In The Process The Distinctive Features Of Tribal Tradition And Culture. Contents Chapter 1: Tribal History Of Orissa: Perspective, Problems And Prospects; Chapter 2: Tribal History Of Orissa: A Study In Archival Source Materials; Chapter 3: The Kandhs Of Ganjam, 1836-1861: British Impact On A Tribal Society; Chapter 4: The Ganjam Agency, 1839-1900: Problems Of Tribal Administration; Chapter 5: Female Infanticide In The Hill Tracts Of Ganjam; Chapter 6: Bonded Labour In The Ganjam Agency: Dichotomy In British Tribal Policy; Chapter 7: The Kutiya Kandh Uprising, 1865-1866; Chapter 8: Bamra, Patna And Kalahandi, 1868-1882: Tribal Peasant Discontent In Western Orissa; Chapter 9: Tribal Administration In Transition: The Ganjam Agency, 1935-1947; Chapter 10: Conclusion.