Birhor

Dash, Jagannatha. 1999. Human ecology of foragers: a study of the Kharia (Savara), Ujia (Savara), and Birhor in Similipal Hills. (No further data available)


Kumar, Sudhir. 2004. The Birhors of Chotanagpur Region (A Study in Tribal Geography). New Delhi: Rajesh Publications

Mukherjee, Mohua. 2000. The Birhor towards the next millennium: glimpses of a primitive tribal group at Kodarma in Bihar. With a foreword by Probodh K. Bhowmick. Calcutta: Sujan Publications

Osada, Toshiki. 1993. “Field Notes on Birhor.” In: Tsuyoshi Nara (ed.): A Computer-Assisted Study of South-Asian Languages. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa. 30-40

prasâd, svarn.alatâ. ca. 1986. birhor vârtâlâp nirde´sikâ. râ~cî: bihâr janjâtîya kalyân. ´sodh sa~sthân

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1925. The Birhors: a little-known jungle tribe of Chota Nagpur. Ranchi

Sahu, Chaturbhuj. 1995. Birhor tribe: dimensions of development. New Delhi: Sarup & Sons

Sen, B.K. 1955. “Notes on the Birhors.” In: Man in India 35:110-18

urAMv, prakAS candra. 1994. bihAr ke birhor.rAMcI: bihAr janjAtIya kalyAN Sodh saMsthAn