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edited by Malsawmliana and Benjamin Ralte

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Item Description: EBH Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Origin of chieftainship in early Mizo society based on tradition and myth/Sangkima. 2. Thirdeng balcksmith in traditional Mizo society/Malsawmliana. 3. The role of Puithiam in pre colonial Mizo religion/Benjamin Ralte. 4. Laipho: a social institution of the early Maras/K. Zohra. 5. An attempt to reconstruct the background of Lal Sawi in the Mizo history/Lalrinnunga Hmar and Vanlalruata Rengsi. 6. Chiefs in the Lushai Hills District/C. Lalthelengliana. 7. The early Mizo trade: with special reference to Tlabung Demagiri frontier Bazar/J. Zorema. 8. Orality to literacy: its impact on colonial Mizoram/Rohmingmawii. 9. Lakher society and colonial encounter/K. Robin. 10. Mizoram: socio-political consequences of the economic changes (1870-1947)/Lalngurliana Sailo. 11. Church: the primary agent of change in Mizo society/Samuel Vanlalthlanga. 12. Historical sketch of Mizo re unification attempts/Paul B. Chonzik. 13. Media and politics: a study of the role of press in Mizoram/Lallianchhunga. Index. This book is an outcome of the seminar paper on the society, economy and political history of the Mizo written by a well known academicians and scholars among the Mizo. It focused from the origin of chieftainship in Mizo society based on tradition and myth to the role and importance of the press in the present day Mizoram. In between, traces on earlier Mizo society in which the importance of blacksmith and role of priest, were made in this book. The position and functions of the Mizo chief in pre and colonial period was also discussed in this book while the protest movement against the chieftainship of the Mizo finds more place in the book. How the Mizo began to have trade and how it flourished in the south parts of Mizo as well as the economic changes and its impact on socio-political life of the Mizo was also discussed. The influence of church and how it becomes the primary agent of change in Mizo society as well as the general outline of the political unification movement also finds place in this book. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 109963

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.History of ZO., the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO? The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fanch o a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A.D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called Zo. In 1783 Father Sangermo mentioned the petty nation called JO.G. A. Grierson recorded in 1904 The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO. However, because of the Zo people frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term Loosye. However, the British later adopted LUSHAl as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as Lushai. Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781534629202

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. History of ZO., the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO? The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fanch o a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A.D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called Zo. In 1783 Father Sangermo mentioned the petty nation called JO.G. A. Grierson recorded in 1904 The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO. However, because of the Zo people frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term Loosye. However, the British later adopted LUSHAl as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as Lushai. Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781534629202

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. History of ZO. , the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO? The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fanch’o" a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A.D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called "Zo". In 1783 Father Sangermo’’ mentioned "the petty nation called JO.G. A. Grierson" recorded in 1904 "The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO."However, because of the Zo people’ frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term "Loosye". However, the British later adopted "LUSHAl" as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as "Lushai". Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled "ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin". Bookseller Inventory # APC9781539118145

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Item Description: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.History of ZO. , the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO? The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fanch’o" a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A.D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called "Zo". In 1783 Father Sangermo’’ mentioned "the petty nation called JO.G. A. Grierson" recorded in 1904 "The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO."However, because of the Zo people’ frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term "Loosye". However, the British later adopted "LUSHAl" as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as "Lushai". Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled "ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin". Bookseller Inventory # APC9781539118145

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 390 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.History of ZO. , the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fancho a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A. D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called Zo. In 1783 Father Sangermo mentioned the petty nation called JO. G. A. Grierson recorded in 1904 The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO. However, because of the Zo people frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term Loosye. However, the British later adopted LUSHAl as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as Lushai. Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781534629202

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 390 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.History of ZO. , the Mizo, Kuki, Chin. Do you know ZO people, have you heard of ZO The world is large, that why history books are made for the information, with no doubt you will get to know all about ZO and learn more from what you might have learned of ZO. Here is short introduction on ZO. The term Zo or Jo was mentioned as the name of a people in a few historical publications of the Indo-Burman peoples. Fancho a diplomat of the Tang dynasty of China, mentioned in 862 A. D. a kingdom in the Chindwin valley, whose princes and chiefs were called Zo. In 1783 Father Sangermo mentioned the petty nation called JO. G. A. Grierson recorded in 1904 The name is not used by the tribes themselves, who used titles such as ZO or YO or SHO. However, because of the Zo people frequent contacts with many different people at their borders the available literature is often confused about which people should be designated as ZO or other names. When the British took possession of Bengal and had their contact with Zo people, the Bengalis told them that the Zo were Kuki, a Bengali word which means something like savage or wild hill people. But when the British came in close contact with the Lusei, they realized that they did not call themselves Kuki. Initially the British used the term Loosye. However, the British later adopted LUSHAl as the official designation for Zo people living in the western part of the Zo country, as the ruling clans of these people were known to them as Lushai. Getting to know more and evidently the full history of ZO, is in this book titled ZO History and Origin, the Mizo, Kuki, Chin This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781539118145

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