The Indian peasant village represents a combination and partial integration of diverse elements of Indian civilization. The village draws on traditions both above and below it for cultural development. These characteristics of village society also apply to the conceptualization of diseases and their treatment: that is to say, these notions are derived from both urban and tribal traditions. This paper will consider the above assumptions with reference to a particular community.

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