North East India and her neighbours
Malaẏaśaṅkara Bhaṭṭācāryya, Phanindranath Chakrabarty, Indian Institute of Oriental Studies and Research
Indian Institute of Oriental Studies and Research, 1995 - History - 92 pages
Predominantly on history of the Northeastern part of India and influence on her history by neighboring states.
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