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script(s) and their philosophical musings on dwelling and dying, folks philosophy, cultural subversion in addition to reconciliation. Predominantly sung by girls, the folksongs of Mithila are woven round calendar
of occasions, rites of the passage, and on a regular basis life conditions. The cultural scape of sound and sight thus conjures a fusion of epistemology and ontology, data and existential being, the classicalSanskritic-textual and the people subaltern-oral. Straddling the actual context of Maithili folksongs and the generic features of people world view, steering throughout.
Hinduism, custom and modernity, and folklore within the age of mechanical copy, this guide contributes to the sociology and social anthropology of, inter alia, folklore, faith, gender and mythology. Furthermore, this makes for a contribution into sociology and social anthropology of dying in South Asia.