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Peoples of Indian Region

M.K. BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

1988 " Pages: 500 " Size: 140 × 220 mm " ISBN 81-85264-00-7 "

Binding: Hard " Price: US $ 65/- Rs. 950/

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  1. Recommended as an essential guide -Annals of Human Biology (U.K.)
  2. It is commendable effort -American Journal of Physical Anthropology
  3. The author, Dr. M.K. Bhasin must be complemented for undertaking this challenging task. -Indian Journal of Medical Research

M.K. BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

H. WALTER AND H. DANKER-HOPFE (University of Bremen, Germany)

1992 " Pages: 725 " Size: 180 × 240 mm " ISBN 81-85264-05-8 "

Binding: Hard " Price: US $ 100/- Rs. 1950/

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  1. An invaluable source text, and the editors deserve congratulations -Annals of Human Biology (U.K.)
  2. I think it does fall into the category of earlier works, such as Mourant et al. (1976) The Distribution of Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms, and Roychoudhury and Nei (1988) Polymorphic Genes, World Distribution -American Journal of Human Biology

M.K. BHASIN, (University of Delhi, Delhi, India), H. WALTER AND H. DANKER-HOPFE (University of Bremen, Germany) With a Foreword by: INDERA P. SINGH

1994 " Pages: 534 " Maps: 126 " Size: 230 × 290 mm " ISBN 81-85264-07-4 "

Binding: Hard " Price: US $ 100/- Rs. 1950/-

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  1. The authors merit congratulations on their exhaustive survey of genetic polymorphisms in a broad sample of modern populations...the reader will appreciate the efforts of its three authors to compile a study of such overwhelming complexity and size -American Journal of Human Biology
  2. This is an outstanding work and will be invaluable. -Professor G. Ainsworth Harrison, University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K.
  3. Bhasin, Walter and Danker-Hopfe move on to the application of modern methods of anthropology with the aim towards the analysis of causes, and the understanding of the population biology -Professor Dr. Walter Fuhrmann, University of Giessen, Germany
  4. .....the book is recommended as a source book for scholars in biomedical sciences, behavioural sciences and social sciences -Indian Journal of Medical Research

VEENA BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

1944 " Pages: 350 " Size: 180 × 240 mm " ISBN 81-85264-10-4 "

Binding: Hard " Price: US $ 75/- Rs. 1450/-

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  1. ......Dr. Bhasin and her authors are to be congratulated on the book. Any one contemplating work in India should read the relevant parts first. It should save them a great deal of trouble. -Annals of Human Biology (U.K.)

M.K. BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India) AND H. WALTER (University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany)

2001• Pages: 524 • Size: 140 × 220 mm • ISBN 81-85264-26-0

Binding: Hard " Price: US$ 65/- Rs. 950/-

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  1. Older works in Indian Anthropology essentially were restricted to compilation and descriptive studies of biological and sociological parameters. The present volume gives an overview of existing studies of this type and the application of modern methods of anthropology with the aim of an analysis of causes, and the understanding of the population biology. The book is recommended to geneticists, demographers, biomedical scientists and palaeoanthropologists whose research is directed to increasing our understanding of the biological diversity and evolution of the prehistoric and modern inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent.

M.K. BHASIN AND VEENA BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

2002 • Pages: 177 • Size: 140 × 220 mm • ISBN 81-85264-29-5 •

Binding: Hard " Price: US $ 25/- Rs. 450/-

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  1. India is a multicultural country. Because of its diversity, it provides an ideal situation for undertaking anthropological works. How communities and populations continue to retain their identity, in social and cultural terms on one hand and biological on the other, and how they acquire the characteristics of the others because of cultural borrowing or interbreeding are the questions anthropologists systematically investigate. India offers an ideal case for examining unity in diversity both with biological and socio-cultural perspectives. Keeping this in view, the present book is an attempt to locate certain important features of India and her populations, and their historical and cultural backgrounds. The first part of the book gives an introduction, while its second part is a full-length treatment of the situation in India. The health scenario and population dynamics are also discussed in the second section. This book introduces the reader to the anthropological reality of India
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