Material Information

Bisipara Pano Sahi
Series Title:
Folder 6 : Demographic data on Bisipara
Added title page title:
Map of Pano housholds, Bisipara, dated 6th October 1952
Bailey, F. G. (Frederick George)
Publication Date:
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Subjects / Keywords:
एशिया -- इंडिया -- ओडिशा -- कन्धमाल -- फूलबनी -- Bisipara
ଏସିଆ -- ଭାରତ -- ଓଡ଼ିଶା -- କନ୍ଧମାଳ -- ଫୁଲବାଣୀ -- Bisipara
ଏସିଆ -- ଭାରତ -- ଓଡ଼ିଶା -- କନ୍ଧମାଳ -- ଫୁଲବାଣୀ
एशिया -- इंडिया -- ओडिशा -- कन्धमाल -- फूलबनी
India -- Bisipara ( LCSH )
Bisipara (Odisha, India)
Demographic anthropology ( LCSH )
Pano (Indic people)
Households ( LCSH )
Maps ( LCSH )
Pano Sahi, Bisipara (India)
India -- Bisipara -- Pano Sahi ( LCSH )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- India -- Odisha -- Phulabani -- Kandhamal -- Bisipara
20.41552 x 84.20716


General Note:
Folder 6 contains systematic demographic data on Bisipara
General Note:
Odisha is also known as Orissa
General Note:
Bisipara, in 2016, has the Indian pin code 762011
General Note:
The Pano, also known as the Pan or the Sawasi, are considered to be a sub-group of the Oriya Indic people
General Note:
India's Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation's Integrated Management Information System (IMIS), in 2009, lists Pano Sahi as associated with Sundaria village in the Nayagarh block of the Nayagarh District of Orissa (i.e., Odisha) State.
General Note:
Please note that these documents were not intended for publication by the author. They were notes the anthropologist made for himself and has generously given permission for them to be archived in this manner. -- The documents contained in the archive are ‘fieldnotes’. As such, the documents represent the active learning of an anthropologist about the field. Much of the material was necessarily tentative and speculative as the anthropologist attempted to understand what he saw and heard. The anthropologist would formulate these things differently in a final publication. -- The notes were made in the 1950s and have to be understood as being of their time.

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SOAS, University of London
Rights Management:
©2016, F.G. Bailey. Used here with permission. Permission granted to SOAS, University of London to display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.


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