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Traditional Institutions of Meghalaya

by L.S. Gassar

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Published by Regency Publications,India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • India,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Social life and customs,
  • Chiefdoms,
  • Jaintia (Indic people),
  • Meghalaya,
  • Meghalaya (India)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9092531M
    ISBN 108186030492
    ISBN 109788186030493

    traditional community institutions. The autonomous district councils (ADCs) control the rights — rarely recorded in any official statute book — with predictable consequences in Meghalaya, over 7, sq. km is reported to be still under jhum. Research in commerce: area, problems and prospects/Kalyan Adak and Ananda Das Gupta. "The book Research Priorities in North-East India-With Special Reference to Mizoram, is the outcome of the panel discussion sponsored by the ICSSR- NERC held at Mizoram. Traditional Institutions in Meghalaya: A Study of Doloi and His Administration. Gassah.

    Source: Calculated from Information book on Election: Office of the Chief Electoral Officer Meghalaya. From Table 3 it is quite clear that in Meghalaya Legislative Assembly elections, since till the recent one in , the difference between the numbers of male and female contestants continues to . Meghalaya has one of the world's largest surviving matrilineal cultures. Traditional political institutions. All the three major ethnic tribal groups, namely, the Khasis, Jaintias and the Garos also have their own traditional political institutions that have existed for hundreds of years.

    Traditional institutions with hierarchal structure were found in all states and are intact and functional in the state of Meghalaya. Quasi-traditional institutions, a blend of traditional and. Speaking about Meghalaya’s fight so far, health minister AL Hek said the state tops Covid recovery rate in the country at % as per Union health ministry figures. “I am very thankful to.


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Structure and functioning of traditional institutions in meghalaya, india Preprint (PDF Available) July with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: B. K Tiwari.

The State of Meghalaya was carved out of the Assam's Hill areas that sprawl along her southern frontiers with Bangladesh and act as her natural barriers. The Autonomous State of Meghalaya came into being on April 2, attaining its statehood on the Janu The traditional institutions in the form of Syiemships, Wadadarships.

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Gassar. Meghalaya—alaya (“abode”) and megha (“of the clouds”)—occupies a mountainous plateau of great scenic beauty.

It became a state in Area 8, square miles (22, square km). Pop. () 2, Land Relief and drainage. Meghalaya is an upland area formed by a detached block of the Deccan plateau. Its summits vary in elevation from 4, to 6, feet (1, to 1. traditional institutions. These papers, fifteen in all, weave together a landscape that portrays traditional institutions as they exist in the present Khasi and Jaintia Hills in the State of Meghalaya.

The papers have blended oral tradition on the evolution of traditional institutions with historical. Traditional Institutions of Meghalaya book Institutions may be empowered on land transaction.

Each and every dorbar has a comprehensive knowledge of every land in their area of jurisdiction. On matters relating to the land in Khasi-Jaintia Hills, the Chief (Syiem/Dolloi) of the Khasi States or Syiemships/Elakas have a close coordination with the Dorbar Shnong.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, Kharshiing said that onformer Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, while introducing 73rd and 74th Amendment Act referred to Article mentioning exemption from the Bill referring to the existence of the traditional institutions of self government and the District Councils in Meghalaya under Sixth.

coexistence between traditional institutions (TIs), non-traditional institutions (NTIs), and hybrid institutions in the state of Meghalaya. Field research was conducted in both Garo and Khasi Hills of Meghalaya in June The report begins with a brief history of TIs in India, including their loss of.

GUWAHATI: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma today informed that the cabinet has passed a historic decision by approving the “Policy on Reservation of seats for Women in Village Employment Councils (VECs)”.

The State Government has brought the policy of reserving at least 50 per cent seats for women in the grassroot village level community institutions (VECs). Traditional Institutions of Meghalaya at the Crossroads in India - The Traditional institutions in Meghalaya are at crossroads today In other words the traditional local self-governa (EAN) bei Keywords: Community forest, traditional knowledge, biodiversity, medicinal plants, non-timber forest products tiwari bK, tynsong h & lynser Mb.

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Traditional institutions of Meghalaya. New Delhi: Regency Publications, © (OCoLC) Online version: Gassah, L.S. Traditional institutions of Meghalaya. New Delhi: Regency Publications, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L S Gassah.

The confederation appealed to traditional institutions to check the entry of outsiders by seeking valid documents. It also asked the state government and all the 60 legislators to take “aggressive steps” to appeal to the Centre to approve the resolution for implementation of ILP.

The traditional chiefs of Meghalaya had also in the past attempted to make themselves heard by submitting a proposal for including a separate Thirteenth Schedule for such Institutions of Self Government, and this proposal was submitted to the National Commission for Review of the Working of the Constitution (NCRWC) when Late Purno A Sangma, former Speaker Lok Sabha was a member of.

Revisiting Traditional Institutions in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills - Ebook written by Charles Reuben Lyngdoh. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Revisiting Traditional Institutions in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills. Traditional Dresses. Mekhla, one of the traditional dresses of Assam, is also worn by the women of Meghalaya.

The beauty of the Mekhla and the convenience of wearing it makes mekhla one of the most popular dresses of Meghalaya. Mekhla is usually weaved from Muga Silk.

The rich hue of the silk that is used to weave mekhla is very eye-catching. Village republics represented by traditional institutions have al.

Act initiated by Rajiv Gandhi was finally passed in the states of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram were ironically kept. Meghalaya’s woods are designated as ‘unclassified forests’ in the State records and for the most part do not receive technical or financial support from State institutions.

traditional institutions in the s mainly because of the advent of globalization which, among others, focus on multi-centred governance.

There has been unexpected return to prominence, re-invention and resurgence of traditional institutions in North-East India in general and Meghalaya.

Culture of Meghalaya The Main tribes. Well, before you start learning about the culture of any new place, you should know about its people. In Meghalaya, the Khasi tribe is the largest one that has many other sub-tribes namely the Khynriams, the Bhois, and the Wars.

Besides this, Garos and the Jaintias are two other main tribes of the state.The Khasi people are an indigenous ethnic group of Meghalaya in north-eastern India with a significant population in the bordering state of Assam, and in certain parts of Khasi people form the majority of the population of the eastern part of Meghalaya, and is the state's largest community, with around 48% of the population of Meghalaya.There is a simplicity in the dressing style of the people here which brings out the beauty of the place even more.

As most of you must have guessed by now, this article comprises of all the traditional dresses worn by men as well as women in Meghalaya which are given as below- For Women For women, the traditional costume is known as Jainsen.