Garo Customary Laws and Practices: A Sociological Study
This Book Is The Comprehensive Study Made By A Garo Scholar Himself Who Could Understand Better The Intricacies And Complexity Of Customary Laws. He Has Also Citied All The Important Case Laws On The Point Not Only Of The District And Village Courts But Also Of The State High Courts, Neatly Forged Reader May Easily Get Down At The Bottom And In The Process Be Acquainted With The Subject Matter.
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