Indigenous knowledge of the other people: A humanitarian approach
Ashok Das Gupta (University of North Bengal )
Paper short abstract:
In this paper, the author investigates that whether indigenous knowledge has anything to do with sustainable development. Case studies are taken from India.
Paper long abstract:
India is a developing country and characterized by multiculturalism. A culture like a book holds certain politico-religious organizations and socio-economic institutions. The social systems beyond the western influence or having own features are traditional. Their Indigenous Knowledge system holistically is too useful for certain Public Service that could not ever be imagined. Here, in this paper, certain case studies are dealt with that are appearing to resolve, national and global problems. Could we imagine?Download the full paper
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