Brahmaputra   studies


This page is in development; these are the last resources we have discovered on the net:

North-Eastern Hill University Library Institutional Repository: full or partial scans of articles, books and thesis kept at NEHU library.

Digital Himalaya Collections, including C. von F├╝rer-Haimendorf and U. Graham-Bower's films on Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.

The Naga Database ( Dpt Social Anthropology, Cambridge)

W. Kitner 1957 short film shot apparently in Manipur (on
Watson Kintner (1890-1979), was a Chemical Engineer with the Radio Corporation of America (RCA); we don't know in which circumstances these images were taken.

Abstracts of Gabrielle Bertrand and Jean Naz 1953's expedition to Assam
(commentary in French, and of poor quality, to say the least) :
1. Gauripur, Agartala and a mela on Bhutan's border.

2. Nishis, Apa Tanis, Ao Nagas.

3. Garos (some interesting pieces on cotton trade and a therapy session).

Historical maps of South Asia on University of Alabama site. (for ancient maps)

Historical maps on Columbia University site. (for ancient maps)

Digital South Asia Library Maps, Un. of Chicago (for colonial maps)

Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes in the Census of India 2001

A photo coverage of a Khasi clan foundation ritual, by Christa Neuenhofer
other coverages (in German) on Northeast India, including videos

SEALANG Library: includes dictionaries in several Southeast Asian(Shan, Burmese...).

Tai and Tibeto-Burman Languages of Assam, a rich site by Stephen Morey which offers useful online dictionaries (Ahom, Aiton, Khamti, Singpho...) and several manuscripts.

STEDT (Sino-Tibetan Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus)

Assamese Dictionary (on Digital Dictionaries of South Asia, DSAL Chicago)

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