A Study on Changing Status of Mithilanchal Villages 1895 2005
The nature of society is changeable. Man is born and grows in a group. He performs his various roles in life and dies. One generation is replaced by another generation. The new generation changes the assumptions and working procedures of the old generation according to its own needs. Procreation results in the growth of a new generation. Diseases, famines, natural calamities and wars also decrease population. Social institutions and organizations change with the changes in human needs. The systems of production and technology changes according to the economic needs of man. As a result, the mental relationship between man and machine also change. Culture, working procedure, values system and organization also change with the changes in population, generation needs and relation between man and machine. The present paper is denoting about the changing status of Mithilanchal villages in the state of Bihar in India. This is a comparative study in between two periods of time, 1895 2005.
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Dr. Pramod Gandhi | Dr. Baby Kumari