The Hill of Flutes
Originally published in 1974, The Hill of Flutes, is a descriptive account of the Santals and their poetry in their heartland of the Santal Parganas.
The book explores the Santal world view, including approaches to education, love, sex, and marriage. It describes and discusses Santal dances, festivals and ceremonies, and other key events and gatherings, such as annual hunts.
Through the close consideration of song and poetry, The Hills of Flutes offers an engaging insight into life in Santal society.
- प्रतिलिपि अधिकार:
- 1947 W. G. Archer
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