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This essential book on the prehistory of North East India helps reject facile generalisations
In his book, archaeologist Manjil Hazarika’s shows that the North East Indian region has never been an isolated backwater even during prehistoric times.
· Mar 03, 2019 · 05:30 pm
This Assamese book traces the origin, evolution and present-day destructiveness of the Brahmaputra
Written by geologist Jogendranath Sarma, ‘Brahmaputra’ takes us through the journey of a very unique river.
· Jul 07, 2018 · 10:30 am