A Descriptive Account of Asam: with a Sketch of the Local Geography, and a Concise History of the Tea-plant of Asam: to which is Added, a Short Account of the Neighbouring Tribes, Exhibiting Their History, Manners, and Customs
Sanskaran Prakashak, 1975
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Abors Ahoms amongst appear Asamese bamboo bank Baruwa Bengal Brahmaputra Brahmins British government Burmese Butan Butias called Captain chief chiefly cloth colour common considerable cotton cultivated district divided division Duphlas Durrung Duwars employed extent feet flowers former frequently frontier Garos Gohain Gowhatti hill tribes Hindus Ibid India inhabitants inundations Kachar Kamroop Kamrup Khamtis Khassias king known Kullung lands leaves Linn Lower Asam M'Clell M'Clelland Manipur manufacture maunds Mehals ment Mikir hills Mikirs miles Mishmis Moamarias mountains Nagas Naraini Naraiyan natives neighbours Nowgong officers Phukan placed plains portion possession present prince principal probably procured produce province Purguna pykes quantity Raja reign resembles revenue rice river Roxb rupees Sadiya salt season seed Shyans silk Singphos soil species square miles streams supposed Sylhet tea plant temples territory Tezpur throne tion tract tree trunk Upper Asam usually valley variety villages whilst whole wood worms