Table of contents for The seven sisters of India : tribal worlds between Tibet and Burma / Aglaja Stirn, Peter Van Ham.


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I  THE SEVEN SISTERS OF INDIA
THE TRIBAL REALM I I
2 THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF NORTHEAST
AND THEIR ORIGINS 23
3   THE APA TANIS
FATHERS OF MANKIND IN A RICE BOWL 35
4   THE PEOPLES OF THE SUN AND MOON
UNITED IN DONYI-POLO 43
5   THE HOUSE - THE WOMB 51
6 IN HEAVEN AS ON EARTH
THE MYTHOLOGY OF WEAVING 65
7   ALL IS COLOR AND MOTION
THE WORLD AS A DANCE 77
8   POETRY, DEVOTION AND STRENGTH
THE ART OF THE MANIPURI DANCES 89
9   WORDS OF THE SHAMAN IN A JUNGLE OF S
I0 HIGH RELIGION AND MAGICIANS
BUDDHISM BETWEEN TIBET AND BURMA IO9
II   I AM THE TIGER, THE BUFFALO IS MY SIS'
MAN, BEAST AND MISSIONARIES IN NORTHEAST INDIA I I
12 FERTILITY THROUGH STONES AND HEADS,