TOC Nidan: International Journal of Indian Studies, Volume 6, no. 2

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It gives me great pleasure to announce the publication of the December 2021 issue of Nidan: International Journal for Indian Studies, Volume 6, Issue 2 ( 

1. Editorials (Forward by Editorial Advisor, Editorial Preface, Introduction by Guest Editor)

2.1 Article: Living with the River: Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Majuli: Anouska Tamuli

2.2 Article: Mahervashininchya Devi or Deities Presiding over the Wellbeing of Women in Maharashtra: Anuja Patwardhan

2.3 Article: Critically Endangered in Nature but Abundant in Folklore: Legends of Tigers in Manipur: Sophia Lisam

2.4 Article: Fisheries and Ecology Portrayed in Konkani Proverbs: Pranita Harad

3.1 Book Reviews: Kali in Bengali Lives: Narratives of Religious Experience, by Suchitra Samanta

4.1 Book Review+Interview: Anti-Christian Violence in India, by Chad M. Bauman

5.1 Biographies: Gurupada Chitrakar: An Appreciation of a Life Short-lived, by Frank Korom

5.2 Biographies: Seeking Social Justice: Gail Omvedt through Her Works, by Kamalakar Bhat

5.3  Biographies: And we Met, by Neelima Jadhav Bandellu

5.4 Biographies: Gail Omvedt: Feisty Theoretician, Spirited Activist, and Staunch Anti-Caste Crusader, by Suheel Rasool Mir

5.5 Biographies: Gail Omvedt: Thinking Revolution and Seeking Utopia, by V. Geetha

6.1 Book Presentations: Deceptive Majority: Dalits, Hinduism, and Underground Religion, by Joel Lee 

6.2 Book Presentations: Shared Devotion, Shared Food: Equality and the Bhakti-Caste Question in Western India, by Jon Keune

6.3 Book Presentations: The Owl Delivered the Good News all Night Long: Folktales, Legends, and Modern Lore of India, by Lopamudra Maitra Bajpai