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Naorem Sanajaoba

Published by Mittal Publications, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170998530 ISBN 13: 9788170998532

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2005. N.A. Condition: New. lxxxi, 463 p. , ill., 25 cm.pp Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Mayanmar, Bangladesh (East Pakistan), Indian states of Tripura, Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language, culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP-IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19th century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time-travel through the pages interesting, information and reflective. Seller Inventory # 252344

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Naorem Sanajaoba

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170998530 ISBN 13: 9788170998532

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Manipuris in Myanmar (Burma) and Bangladesh 1. Manipuris outside Manipur/N. Khelchandra Singh. 2. The pan Manipuris/N. Tarunkumar Singh. 3. The kingdom of Pong and Manipur/R. Boileau Pemberton. 4. Burma Manipur corridor/Krishna Murari. 5. Political relations between the British Government and the Empire of Ava/Bayfield. 6. A tiny Manipur in Burma/Hijam Irabot. 7. Meeteis in Myanmar a brief account/A. Tomba Meetei. 8. Status of Meiteis in Myanmar/M. Kirti Singh. 9. Meities in Burma [An Ambassador remembers]/Ralengnao Khathing and Th. Tarunkumar. 10. Manipuri (Meitei) settlement in Bangladesh/A.K. Seram. 11. Socio political movement in Bangladesh/L. Rajendra Ch. Singha. 12. Inter ethnic relations in Bangladesh/Thokcham Jitendra Kumar Singh. 13. Manipuri women in Bangladesh/M. Mohen. 14. Manipuri Muslim (Meetei Pangal) in Bangladesh/Md. Abdul Khalique. 15. Manipur monuments in Bangladesh/Mutua Bahadur. II. Manipuris in Assam and Tripura etc 16. Meetei settlement in Barak Valley/S. Manik Chand Singh. 17. Socio cultural life of the Manipuris in Barak Valley/K.N. Chand. 18. Meeteis in Barak Valley socio economic conditions/P. Rajbihari Singh. 19. The Manipuris in the politics of Assam/Th. Babachandra Singh. 20. Manipuri peoples movement in Cachar movement led by Hijam Irawat and Naoria Phulo/Soyam Lokendrajit. 21. Meetei philosophy (Naoria Phulo)/H. Madan Mohan Singh. 22. Meeteis in Nagaon district of Assam/Karam Ibungohal. 23. Meitei Pangals outside Manipur (Manipuri Muslims)/Kheiruddin Chowdhury. 24. Manipuris in Tripura/R.K. Kamaljit Singha. 25. Socio economic conditions of Manipuris in Tripura/Mayengbam Ramgopal. 26. Cultural life of the Manipuris in Tripura/R.K. Jitendrajit Sinha. 27. Manipuri women in Tripura/D.N. Goswami. 28. The Manipuris in the political and the administrative affairs of Tripura/Wangkhem Biramangol. 29. Manipuris in Nabadwip/Prabir Kumar Bhattacharya. III. Manipuri autochthones and others 30. Pre historic archaeology of Manipur/L. Kunjeswori Devi. 31. Pre and proto historic account of Manipur/N. Birachandra. 32. Archaeological study of the Chakpa/M. Kirti. 33. Ethnology of the Chakpa/L. Ashok Kumar. 34. An outline study of the Chakpa/P. Khuman Khomba. 35. Meitei Brahmins (Bamons)/Longjam Nobinchandra. 36. The Meitei Pangal (Manipuri Muslims)/A. Rahman. Index. IV. Pan Manipuri life style (photographs). Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Myanmar Bangladesh (East Pakistan) Indian states of Tripura Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in Myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19 century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time travel through the pages interesting informative and reflective. 464 pp. Seller Inventory # 57377

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