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Sikhs in Ladakh arrived as traders in Jammu and Kashmir, and settled around the major trading centres along the silk-route such as Skardu, Kargil, Leh in the then undivided erstwhile princely state as it existed before 1947-partition. Tracing their journey across tribulations of time, this paper...
This essay is based on ethnographic fieldwork carried out among the Dimasas (of Assam and Nagaland) in Northeastern India. This Indigenous group has a system of double descent which places them separately from the other ethnic groups in the Indian subcontinent. In double descent, lineages are...
Chetti ethnic are the minority ethnic roots in Malacca, Malaysia. Despite their historical significance in the creation of Malaysia’s multi-ethnic culture, the Indian Peranakans (also known as the Chettis) are hardly recognised even among locals. Although millennials represent a significant...
Despite the substantial research on marriage migrant women in Korea documenting the challenges they experience as they adapt to Korean society, little is known about their relationships outside of families. To fill the gap, this study examines how marriage migrant women make friends, especially...
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