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Reorganization Of North East India Since 1947

Author : B. Datta-Ray
ISBN : 8170225779
Genre : India, Northeastern
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Contributed papers presented at the Seminar on Reorganization of North-East India since 1947 held in Feb. 1993.
Category: India, Northeastern

A Panorama Of Indian Culture

Author : K. K. Kusuman
ISBN : 8170992141
Genre : Inde - Civilisation
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Festschrift honoring a historian from Kerala; contributed articles.
Category: Inde - Civilisation

Encyclopaedia Of India Nagaland

Author : Pran Nath Chopra
ISBN : UOM:39015026861099
Genre : India
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Covers all the 25 states and 7 union territories of India.
Category: India


Author : Jonathan Glancey
ISBN : 9780571276073
Genre : Travel
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Landlocked, almost inaccessible to foreigners, Nagaland has been fighting a secret, often brutal war for independence for more than half a century. Portrayed either as a land of ruthless guerrillas or exotic natives, Nagaland is in fact a complex and divided region, with an incredible history. The breathtaking Naga hills take us to the offices of Adolf Hitler and Emperor Hirohito, via a motley collection of well-meaning colonialists and anthropologists, and one of the most important battles of the Second World War. The third generation of his family to be seduced by Nagaland, Jonathan Glancey tries to reconcile his childhood idealism with the reality he finds there, and explores his family ties to the region. Through his ancestral history, extensive travels beyond the tourist zone, and through the voices of the Nagas he meets, he tells the true story of this forgotten land.
Category: Travel

Encyclopaedia Of India

Author : Sunita Pant Bansal
ISBN : 9788187967712
Genre : Reference
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Presents information on India in over 270 photographs and 44 maps. This book is divided into two major sections: one is about India in general, and the other is about the states in particular. It covers a range of topics from history, political divisions, people, physical features, climate, forests and wildlife, natural resources, and more.
Category: Reference

Forbidden Land The Quest For Nagalim

Author : Frans Welman
ISBN : 9786162450129
Genre : Political Science
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Forbidden Land tells the story of three attempts by Frans Welman and his companions to enter Nagaland, the land of more than forty Naga tribes. Although all three efforts ended in failure, the attempts demonstrate how India and the lesser-known Burma, now known as Myanmar, have been succcessful in keeping foreigners out. Neither country wants outsiders to observe the raging war that started shortly after independence from colonial Britain. The Naga's, who time and time again have made it known to both former colonizer Britain and newly emerging India that they wanted to be left alone, were invaded by India in 1954. Now 50 years later, the war is still on, although for the second time in its history peace talks are taking place. This war, forgotten by the international community, was the challenge for Welman and his companions. Their goal was to check on the rare yet compelling accounts of the land and people that told of beauty and democracy among the Nagas and their tenacity to not give in to a powerful alien master.The three journeys enlighten the reader to how fifty years of domination make a people believe that what has been done, including genocide, is genuinely defined in true terms. These journeys open eyes to see the beauty and the beast within. They will lead to the fascinating Nagas, who are in dire need to be assisted in their quest to be free.
Category: Political Science

The North East And The Indian State

Author : P. S. Dutta
ISBN : UOM:39015037417436
Genre : India, Northeastern
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Contributed articles on various aspects of Northeastern India.
Category: India, Northeastern

Tribes Of Nagaland

Author : Sipra Sen
ISBN : UOM:39015061529312
Genre : Ethnology
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Bibliography, with an introductory study, of Nagaland and the tribes.
Category: Ethnology

People Of India Nagaland

Author : K. S. Singh
ISBN : UOM:39015031766028
Genre : Ethnology
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Ethnological study.
Category: Ethnology

India Wild And Wonderful

Author : C. P. Oberai
ISBN : CORNELL:31924089614717
Genre : Natural history
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Category: Natural history


Author : Majid Husain
ISBN : UOM:39015017915821
Genre : Nāgāland (India)
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Category: Nāgāland (India)

The Administrator

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ISBN : UOM:39015073106927
Genre : Management
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Category: Management

A Song Called Life

Author : Hari Jaisingh
ISBN : 8192925609
Genre : Nāgāland (India)
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Category: Nāgāland (India)

Encyclopaedia Of North East India

Author : Col Ved Prakash
ISBN : 812690707X
Genre : India, Northeastern
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This 5-Volume, Encyclopaedic Study Of India S North-East Is The Result Of The Author S 11 Years Of Service Extended Over Three Tenures In The Region, Followed By 6 Years Of Library Research After His Retirement. Being The First Of Its Kind, Given Its Contents And Sheer Size, Over 2,500 Pages, It Is A Unique Book.Writing On The North-East Is Not An Easy Exercise, Given Its Diversity (Ethnic, Racial, Religious And Linguistic), Size, History And Geography. If India Is Microcosmic World, The North-East Is Microcosmic India. Of The 5,653 Communities In India, 653 Are Tribal Of Which The 213 Are Indigenous To The North-East. Of The 213, 111 Are Found In Arunachal Pradesh Alone. Illumined By An Equally Amazing Linguistic Diversity, It Is Home To 325 Of The 1,652 Languages Spoken In India. Yet Again, North-East S Total Population Of 3,84,95,089 (2001) Constitutes 2.69 Per Cent Of India S 1,02,70,15,247, While Its Area Of 2,55,088 Sq Km Is 7.75 Per Cent Of India S 32,87,263 Sq Km.
Category: India, Northeastern

The Hidden World Of The Naga

Author : Aglaja Stirn
ISBN : UOM:39015058150841
Genre : Art
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The Hidden World of the Naga is the first comprehensive examination of the tribal groups that for centuries have lived in relative isolation in the hills and mountains of Northeast India and Northwest Myanmar. Illustrated with stunning images never published before, this book is a celebration of the Naga cultural realm, covering aspects ranging from art and architecture to traditional customs, crafts and the everyday life of these remote peoples.
Category: Art


Author : Ben Doherty
ISBN : 9780648215943
Genre : Fiction
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The diary arrived addressed to me, bearing a message: We live forever through our stories. Tell ours. And so began the author’s journey into the life and legends of the Naga – a forgotten people living in the far north-east of India, struggling to survive in the modern world. An extraordinarily powerful and evocative literary work that traverses new ground in the hinterland between biography and mythology. Nagaland is the story of Augustine and of the Naga people. With sensitively poetic prose, Doherty deftly draws the reader into worlds of parallel realities. The love story, desperate and damned, destined for tragedy; forged and upheld against the wishes of family and the dictates of culture, with a backdrop of violence and reprisals amidst the brutality of communal conflict. Alongside this is the telling of Augustine’s childhood story, growing up in the beautiful mountain state of Nagaland where the traditional way of life, loyalties and beliefs collide with modern imperatives that, for many, lead inexorably to poverty, dislocation, drug addiction, disease and despair. Seamlessly woven through each story, Naga legends and myths connect these disparate worlds, the source of profound insights that are simultaneously confronting and transcendent. Poignant and profound, the reader is left with a yearning nostalgia for a past where eternal truths prevailed, to be gleaned from ancient fables and sages; where a people lived in communities richly endowed with cultural and spiritual certainties, and were valued members of large family and tribal networks. Except, of course, if you choose not to follow the rules… 'A few years ago a hand written diary from Nagaland arrived in Ben Doherty’s mailbox, ‘Its pages…overfilled, and seemingly without order, with drawings of birds and mountains and flowers…and scrawled verses of poetry’. The poems were written in Tangkhul, one of Nagaland’s many dialects. The final words were in English and read: ‘We live forever through our stories. Tell ours.’ In writing Nagaland, Doherty has managed to do that splendidly.' — Erich Mayer, ArtsHub
Category: Fiction