Assam and India: Fragmented Memories, Cultural Identity, and the Tai-Ahom Struggle

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Permanent Black, 2005 - Ahoms (Indic people) - 327 pages
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This Book Explores How During The 1990S, Socially And Marginalized People In Asam Sought To Produce A Past In Order To Create For Themselves A Distinctive Identity Recognized Within Contemporary India.

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