Ethnicity, Culture, and Nationalism in North-east India
M. M. Agrawal
Indus Publishing, 1996 - Ethnicity - 175 pages
Papers presented at the Seminar on "Ethnicity, Culture, and Nationalism: Problems in the Context of North-East India", held in Sept. 1995 at the North Eastern Hill University.
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