Traditional hygienic practices in rural India
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Published by Anthropological Survey of India in Kolkata .
Written in English

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StatementSima Mukherjee.
The Physical Object
Pagination141 p.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23698523M
LC Control Number2009310012

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MJ MALULEKE PER / PELJ (15)1 7 / Customary practices such as Ukuthwala, virginity testing, widow's rituals, and others are entrenched, and in practice take precedence over equality in the villages where they are carried out. Studies conducted in Western India. A survey was conducted in Udaipur city in , which is located in south-eastern zone of Rajasthan state.[] Dental anxiety is often reported as a cause of irregular dental attendance, delay in seeking dental care or even avoidance of dental care.[12,13] Therefore, the aim of the study was to examine relationship between regularity of dental attendance and. Hygienic practices during menstruation. This study observed that (64%) in urban area and (%) in rural area used sanitary pads and 99 (36%) girls in the urban and (%) girls in the rural area were using homemade sanitary pads. This rural urban difference in using sanitary pads is highly statistically significant (P = ). Hygiene is defined as conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease. Hygiene has been shown to reduce diarrheal diseases and assist to improve social outcomes in the community. Improving hygiene faces several problems especially in countries with low income per capita of population. Currently, many developing countries already struggle to cope with consistent Cited by: 2.