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The Tigers of Baluchistan

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The Tigers of Baluchistan

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A fascinating and vivid eyewitness account of how the Bugtis – one of the most primitive tribes of south-west Asia – are meeting the problems of sudden confrontation with twentieth century industrialization. a brief history of baluch tribe

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The Tigers of Baluchistan
SYLVIA A. METHESON
Antropology
Oxford press
hardback
242
9780195777635

The Tigers of Baluchistan

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The Tigers of Baluchistan

 


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The author has travelled extensively in remote parts of Pakistan’s tribal territory, sharing a tough primitive way of life. unchanged for centuries.

and recording it on tape, cine and still films. she lived for four years among the Bugtis. Traditionally known as the “Tigers of Baluchistan” who are one of the most distinguished Baluch tribe of Pakistan. As well as the result is a fascinating and vivid eyewitness account of how the Bugtis are dealing with. their sudden confrontation with twentieth century idustrialisation. Following the discovery and development of asia’s largest natural gas field inside thier area.

About the author:

Sylvia A. Matheson  is a re-seacher at the institute of Archeaology, University of London, UK.

 

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Dimensions 21.6 × 13.8 cm

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