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Technology and SocioEconomic Linkages of the
Megaliths and Social Formation in KhasiJaintia Hills
Role of KhasiJaintia Women of the Meghalaya
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5th century administrative agricultural Ahom Aizawl Ancient Angami Angh Anghdom Bakhtiyar Bakhtiyar Khalji Barak Barak-Surma Valley Bengal Bhaskaravarman Brahmanas Brahmaputra Brahmaputra valley bride price British Cachar Calcutta century A.D. ceremonies chief Choudhury clan copper-plate cultivation culture Delhi district donated land early Assam Eastern economic emergence feast Garo Gauhati Gupta Guwahati Ibid inscription iron Jaintia Hills jhum Kamarupa Khasi Hills Khasi-Jaintia Hills king kinship Konyak labour landgrants lineage Lusei Lyngdoh M.M. Sharma Manipur matrilineal Mawbah megalithic Meitei Mignonette Momin mithun Mizo Mizoram monuments myth Naga Nidhanpur grant North East India op.cit P.R.T. Gurdon period Phom plains political polity formation pre-Ahom Assam pre-colonial referred region Rengma rice ritual role rule rulers Sailo Sangtam segments settlements Shadap Shillong Singh social society and economy socio-economic sources SrThatta status stone structure Syiem Sylhet temple territory Tezpur trade tribal tribes Tripura village visaya wealth women