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Sir James Johnstone

ISBN 10: 8121201217 ISBN 13: 9788121201216

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About this Item: 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. 234 Manipur, a beautiful valley, is surrounded by the hills on all sides and bounded on the North by Naga Hills. Naga Hills forms a part of the complex mountain barriers on the borders of Burma and India. Since the author had been to both the places he acquired a first hand information, with immense experiences about their people, history, politics, religion, culture economics, etc. He has set down authentic facts in a systematic way and given historical events connected with Manipur and Naga Hills in British India. About The Author:- Sir James, Johnstone who had been Political Officer of Manipur for several years, has written about Manipur and the Naga Hills (Situated in the North-East corner of India) as prevalent in those days with antiquity. Contents:- List of Illustrations • Author’s Preface • Introdutory Memoir • My Experiences in Manipur and Naga Hills • Conclusions • The Events of 1890-1891 • Index. The Title 'Manipur and Naga Hills written/authored/edited by Sir James Johnstone', published in the year 2010. The ISBN 9788121201216 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 234 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is North-East Indian Studies / Anthropology / Tribal Studies. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121201216

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James Johnstone

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About this Item: Gyan Publishing House, India, 2003. Hardback. Condition: New. Facsimile of 1907 ed. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # AMO9788121201216

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Johnstone James

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About this Item: Gyan Publishing House. Condition: New. pp. 233, Frontispiece , Illus., Map. Seller Inventory # 7826678

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Manipur, a beautiful valley, is surrounded by the hills on all sides and bounded on the North by Naga Hills. Naga Hills forms a part of the complex mountain barriers on the borders of Burma and India. Since the author had been to both the places he acquired a first hand information, with immense experiences about their people, history, politics, religion, culture economics, etc. He has set down authentic facts in a systematic way and given historical events connected with Manipur and Naga Hills in British India. Contents: Search`s Preface Introductory Memoir Chap. I : MY Experiences IN Manipur AND Naga HILLS : Arrival in India - Hospitable friends - The Lieut. - Governor - Journey to the Naga Hills - Nigriting - Golaghat - A panther reminiscence - Hot springs - A village Dance - Dimapur - My new abode Chap. II : Samagudting - Unhealthy quarters - A callous widower - Want of Water - Inhabitants of the Naga Hills - Captain Butler - Other Officials - Our Life in the wilds - A tiger carries off the postman - An Indian Forest - Encouragement Chap. III : Historical Events connected with Manipur and the Naga Hills - Different Tribes - Their Religion - Food and customs Chap. IV : Value of keeping a promise - Episode of Sallajee - Protection given to small villages, and the large one defied - "Thorough" Government of India`s Views - A plea for Christian Education in the Naga Hills Chap. V : Visit Dimapur - A terrible storm - Cultivation - Aggression by Konoma - My ultimatum - Konoma submits - Birth of a son - Forest Flowers - A fever patient - Proposed change of station - Leave Naga Hills - March through the forest - Depredation by tigers - Calcutta - Return to England Chap. VI : Return to India - Attached to Foreign Office - Imperial assemblage at Delhi - Almorah - Appointed to Manipur - Journey to Shillong - Cherra Poojee - Colonel McCulloch - Question of ceremony Chap. VII : Start for Manipur - March over the Hills - Lovely Scenery - Views of the Valley - State Reception - The Residency - Visitors Chap. VIII : Visit the Maharajah - His Ministers - Former Revolutions - Thangal Major Chap. IX : Manipur - Early History - Our connection with it - Ghumbeer Singh - Burmese War Chap. X : Ghumbeer Singh and our treatment of him - Nur Singh and attempt on his life - McCulloch - His WISDOM and Generosity - My Establishment - Settlement of Frontier Dispute Chap. XI : My Early Days in Manipur - The Capital - The Inhabitants - Good Qualities of Manipuris - Origin of Valley of Manipur - Expedition to the Naga Hills - Lovely Scenery - Attack on Kongal Tannah by Burmese - Return from Naga Hills - Visit Kongal Tannah Chap. XII : Discussions as to New Residency - Its Completion - Annual Boat - Races - Kang - Joop - Kool - Daily Work - Dealings with the Durbar Chap. XIII : Violent Conduct of Prince Koireng - A rebuke - Service Payment - Advantages of Manipuri System - Customs Duties - Slavery - Releasing Slaves - Chowbas` Fidelity - Sepoy`s kindness to Children - Visit to the Yoma Range Chap. XIV : An Old Acquaintance - Monetary crisis - A cure for Breaking Crockery - Rumour of Human Sacrifices - Improved Postal System - Apricots - Mulberries - A Snake Story - Search after Treasure - Another Snake Story - Visit to Calcutta - Athletics - Ball Practice - A near shave Chap. XV : Spring in Manipur - Visit Kombang - Manipuri Orderlies - Parade of the Maharajah`s Guards - Birth of a Daughter - An evening walk in the capital - Polo - Visit to Cachar Chap. XVI : Punishment of Female Criminals - A Man Saved from Execution - A Kuki executed - Old Customs abolished - Anecdots of Ghumbeer Singh - The Manipuri Army - Effort to re - organise Manipur Levy - System of Rewards - "Nothing for nothing" - An English School - Hindoo Festivals - Rainbows - View from Kang - Joop - Kool Printed Pages: 234. Seller Inventory # 34311

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Manipur, a beautiful valley, is surrounded by the hills on all sides and bounded on the North by Naga Hills. Naga Hills forms a part of the complex mountain barriers on the borders of Burma and India. Since the author had been to both the places he acquired a first hand information, with immense experiences about their people, history, politics, religion, culture economics, etc. He has set down authentic facts in a systematic way and given historical events connected with Manipur and Naga Hills in British India. Contents: Search`s Preface Introductory Memoir Chap. I : MY Experiences IN Manipur AND Naga HILLS : Arrival in India - Hospitable friends - The Lieut. - Governor - Journey to the Naga Hills - Nigriting - Golaghat - A panther reminiscence - Hot springs - A village Dance - Dimapur - My new abode Chap. II : Samagudting - Unhealthy quarters - A callous widower - Want of Water - Inhabitants of the Naga Hills - Captain Butler - Other Officials - Our Life in the wilds - A tiger carries off the postman - An Indian Forest - Encouragement Chap. III : Historical Events connected with Manipur and the Naga Hills - Different Tribes - Their Religion - Food and customs Chap. IV : Value of keeping a promise - Episode of Sallajee - Protection given to small villages, and the large one defied - "Thorough" Government of India`s Views - A plea for Christian Education in the Naga Hills Chap. V : Visit Dimapur - A terrible storm - Cultivation - Aggression by Konoma - My ultimatum - Konoma submits - Birth of a son - Forest Flowers - A fever patient - Proposed change of station - Leave Naga Hills - March through the forest - Depredation by tigers - Calcutta - Return to England Chap. VI : Return to India - Attached to Foreign Office - Imperial assemblage at Delhi - Almorah - Appointed to Manipur - Journey to Shillong - Cherra Poojee - Colonel McCulloch - Question of ceremony Chap. VII : Start for Manipur - March over the Hills - Lovely Scenery - Views of the Valley - State Reception - The Residency - Visitors Chap. VIII : Visit the Maharajah - His Ministers - Former Revolutions - Thangal Major Chap. IX : Manipur - Early History - Our connection with it - Ghumbeer Singh - Burmese War Chap. X : Ghumbeer Singh and our treatment of him - Nur Singh and attempt on his life - McCulloch - His WISDOM and Generosity - My Establishment - Settlement of Frontier Dispute Chap. XI : My Early Days in Manipur - The Capital - The Inhabitants - Good Qualities of Manipuris - Origin of Valley of Manipur - Expedition to the Naga Hills - Lovely Scenery - Attack on Kongal Tannah by Burmese - Return from Naga Hills - Visit Kongal Tannah Chap. XII : Discussions as to New Residency - Its Completion - Annual Boat - Races - Kang - Joop - Kool - Daily Work - Dealings with the Durbar Chap. XIII : Violent Conduct of Prince Koireng - A rebuke - Service Payment - Advantages of Manipuri System - Customs Duties - Slavery - Releasing Slaves - Chowbas` Fidelity - Sepoy`s kindness to Children - Visit to the Yoma Range Chap. XIV : An Old Acquaintance - Monetary crisis - A cure for Breaking Crockery - Rumour of Human Sacrifices - Improved Postal System - Apricots - Mulberries - A Snake Story - Search after Treasure - Another Snake Story - Visit to Calcutta - Athletics - Ball Practice - A near shave Chap. XV : Spring in Manipur - Visit Kombang - Manipuri Orderlies - Parade of the Maharajah`s Guards - Birth of a Daughter - An evening walk in the capital - Polo - Visit to Cachar Chap. XVI : Punishment of Female Criminals - A Man Saved from Execution - A Kuki executed - Old Customs abolished - Anecdots of Ghumbeer Singh - The Manipuri Army - Effort to re - organise Manipur Levy - System of Rewards - "Nothing for nothing" - An English School - Hindoo Festivals - Rainbows - View from Kang - Joop - Kool Printed Pages: 234. Seller Inventory # 34311

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About this Item: Gyan. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Author's preface. Introductory memoir. 1. My experiences in Manipur and Naga hills. 2. Samagudting. 3. Historical events connected with Manipur and the Naga hills. 4. Value of keeping a promise. 5. Visit Dimapur. 6. Return to India. 7. Start for Manipur. 8. Visit the Maharajah. 9. Manipur. 10. Ghumbeer Singh and our treatment of him. 11. My early days in Manipur. 12. Discussions as to new residency. 13. Violent conduct of Prince Koireng. 14. An old acquaintance. 15. Spring in Manipur. 16. Punishment of female criminals. 17. Mr. Damant and the Naga hills. 18. Restoring order and confidence. 19. Konoma evacuated. 20. Visit Chingsow to investigate Chussad outrage. 21. Saving a criminal from execution. 22. March to Mao and improvement of the road. 23. Return to Manipur. 24. Return to India. 25. A friend in need. 26. More trouble with Thangal Major.27. News from Kendat. 28. People fairly friendly. 29. Mischief done by departure of steamers. 30. Conclusions. The events of 1890-1891. Index. " Manipur, a beautiful valley, is surrounded by the hills on all sides and bounded on the North by Naga hills. Naga hills forms a part of the complex mountain barriers on the borders of Burma and India. Since the author had been to both the places he acquired a first hand information, with immense experiences about their people, history, politics, religion, culture, economics, etc. He has set down authentic facts in a systematic way and given historical events connected with Manipur and Naga hills in British India." (jacket)No. 29229 233 pp. Seller Inventory # 44911

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