Volume 11

Anandam, Journal of Anundoram Borooah institute of Language, Art and Culture, Assam: Volume 11 (2022)
Editor: Dilip Kumar Kalita

CONTENTS

From the Editor’s Desk

Mahendra Kumar Mishra : Oral Epics of Kondh Community in Odisha

Probalika Sharma : The Dashamavidyas atop the Nilachal Hills at Kamakhya

Shahib Kapoor : The Intersection of the Verbal and the Visual. The Apple Woman in E.T.A. Hoffmann’s the Golden Pot (1814) and its Representation in Book Illustrations

Tapasi Hajowary :Deodhani Dance as a Performing Art of Assam

Karabi Devi : The Karbi Tribe of Dimoria: A brief analysis of their Material Culture

Babita Das : A Study on Oral Narrative Tradition as Means of Cognitive Development of Children

Mandakini Baruah : Menarche Rituals for Constructing Feminine Identity: Observing Nowai Tolani Biya, the Menarche Rituals of Assam

Satyajit Kalita : The Concept of wellbeing in Advaita Vedanta and its implication in modern-day society

Utpala karanth and R Rangan : Temple worship through the compositions of Muthuswami Dikshitar

Anamika Mahanta : Change in outlook: Shift from animism to global religion

V. Jansi and T. Jayakumar : Reconstruction of Maori Mythology in Witi Ihimaera’s Bulibasha: King of the Gypsies

Subhash Rabha and Bhumika Rabha : Relevance of MTB-MLE approach to implement the policy of using local language as MoI as per NEP 2020: Its advantages and challenges (with special reference to Rabha language)

Juri Das : Weaving industry of Sualkuchi at a glance

Bipul Das and Barnali Kalita : Estimating Poverty in India: A Glimpse of Pre- and Post-Independence Period

Lakhyadhar Sarma : Manifestation on traditional clothes and ornaments as a genre of Material Culture of the Rabhas in Assam

Armina Ashrofi : Observations on Cultural Commonalities between India and Japan

Richa Chutia : Beliefs and Faiths associated with life cycle rituals of the Chutias of Assam

Ambeswar Gogoi : The Assam Bilashini and its contribution to the Assamese Print Media

Ridip Jyoti Kalita and Dipen Deka : User Studies in the Libraries of the Institute of Fine Arts in India: A Case Study