Socio-cultural aspects of Assam in the nineteenth century
It Is An Attempt At Undertaking The Social History Of 19Th Century Assam. The Studies Are Objective And Based On Primary And Secondary Sources. It Is Hoped That This Volume Will Provoke Serious Students Of History To Study Dispassionately The Recent Past Of Assam.
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