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The Last Wanderers: Nomads and Gypsies of India: ISBN 9788185822167 (978-81-85822-16-7) Hardcover, Antique Collectors' Club, 1997. Sikhs: Images of a Heritage. ISBN 9788172340346 (978-81-7234-034-6) Hardcover, Prakash Books, 2000. Coauthors & Alternates.
Qalandar in The last wanderers : nomads and gypsies of India by Tejinder Singh Randhawa page 166.
a b c Taralocana Siṅgha Randhāwā (January 1996). The Last Wanderers: Nomads and Gypsies of India. S Bansal and Swaran Singh pages 322 to 333 Manohar. Fouzia Saeed (2002).
When the wanderers were not so settled as todays time they used to ask for the mameru from the girls side as they would use it in the change of the occupation by the boy. The marriages among nomadic used to happen within the group as one of the main reasons of such practice that the wealth and property of the group will not go out their possession as it will remain within the group.
Last night, this was a topic of discussion at a round table dinner. I have been living in this great country of United States of America (USA) for the last 12 years or so, and almost 7 years of that has been in the New York City area. We had people around the table who are born in different places - France, Hungary, China, Canada, India and North America. Anyone who lives in cosmopolitan New York City hears this question at least a few times per week. I pay taxes here, I have my doctor here in NYC, I got married and divorced here and I’ve been working for North American companies for the last 15 years.
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The text includes many a historical fact, myth and legend; descriptions about their religious beliefs, social organisation, clan festivities and their present existence. No current Talk conversations about this book.
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