ROSNER, Victor

ROSNER, Victor. 1911 — 1985. S.J. Father. Catholic Missionary in India. In Jashpur, M.Pr., in 1964 had been 20 years in India.

Publications: “Venom Sweeping as Practised in the ‘Upar Ghat’ of Jasper”, Anthropos 53, 1958, 484-496; “Dolmens in the Anamalai Hills, South India”, Anthropos 54, 1959, 169-182; “Falconry as Followed by the Tribals in Biru”, Anthropos 55, 1960, 416-424 (Chhota Nagpur); “The Tiger Bow (Bagh Dhani) of the Lohras of Biru, Kesalpur”, Anthropos 56, 1961, 846-855; “An Adivasi Drum (The Manara)”, Anthropos 57, 1962, 89-96; “The Marriage Ceremonies of the Telia Nagesia of Jashpur, India”, Anthropos 59, 1964, 400-426 “Fire-Ealking the Tribal Way”, Anthropos 61, 1966, 177-190; “Archery in Bhutan”, Anthropos 62, 1967, 419-432; “The Impact of Modern Forces on the Oraons of Samtoli”, Anthropos 63-64, 1968-69, 177-186; other articles.

– The Flying Horse Of Dharmes. 222 p. 4 pl. Ranchi 1982; A Quiver Full of Arrows. 226 p. 1984.

Sources: Writings often mentioned, but no personal information found.

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