Sixty years of Indian independence — VII

What better way to understand the people of India than to read some of her anthropologists? Here are some links:

Apart from this, of course there are other of writers, Ram Guha and Amitav Ghosh, for example, who were trained as anthropologists, but write on a wide variety of subjects; similarly, there are writers (like G N Devy, for example), who were not  trained as anthropologists, but whose writings are surely anthropological in their flavour.

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2 Responses to “Sixty years of Indian independence — VII”

  1. Jayan Says:

    You may have seen this..

    http://www.forbes.com/home/opinions/2007/08/05/india-ibm-growth-oped-cx_san_0813ibm.html

    You will know the reason of my posting this, while you are at the end of the article 🙂

  2. Guru Says:

    Dear Jayan,

    Thanks for the pointer; I have not seen these set of articles. Very interesting stuff, indeed!

    Guru

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