2 edition of Twenty years in Assam, or, Leaves from my journal found in the catalog.
Twenty years in Assam, or, Leaves from my journal
Moore, P. H. Mrs.
|Other titles||Leaves from my journal.|
|Statement||edited by Mrs. P.H. Moore.|
|LC Classifications||BV3269.M58 A37 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||83903470|
Nice research to find all these - and presumably all the better for having been to the area. I can't be the only Westerner for whom Assam mostly means tea. (Which won't sound nice to people who know the place.) Reminded me of when I did a similarly obscure Estonian list not long ago which weirdly enough also has 18 books. The Seven Sisters of India by Aglaja Stirn and Peter van Ham ISBN: Pages: pages Illustrations: color illustrations Trim size: 9 ½ x 12 in.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate Well this is a book u must use the money than gathering some partial sham knowledge from internet,one must get inculcated with a book that has set off an indelible remark in the preeminent book has been a touchstone for the illustrious scholars and had always been referred to as a pristine form of primordial Assam's history/5(3). Painting and the Visual Arts. The Assam School of Painting. In Assam the word 'manuscript' is almost inextricably bound up with Sankaradeva and his Neo Vaisnavite Movement. The manuscripts were the vehicle for the transmission of the tenets and ideals of this religio - cultural Movement and it was primarily due to Sankaradeva and his successors that the manuscripts of this land could attain.
A Brief History of Assam Hardcover – by N.N. Acharyya (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — 1/5(1). Twenty Years in Assam, or, Leaves From My Journal. Baptist Mission Press, Calcutta, CTYT. R.C. Muirhead-Thomson. Assam Valley. Luzac, London, CASX, CCSG, CUDG, IAUG, MNUG, NYAG, NYRG, PAUG, RIBG. A. M. Mukherjee. Vaishnavism in Assam and Bengal. Granthana, Belari, Bardhaman, 1st edition, DCLC. John Murray (Firm).
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Excerpt from Stray Leaves From Assam: A Continuation of My Journal Twenty Years in Assam, Further Leaves From Assam, and Autumn Leaves From Assam Nam Ghor: A public meeting-house for Hindus. It answers for a town hall, used for both religious and secular gather Ings. About the PublisherAuthor: Jessie Fremont Moore.
Twenty years in Assam, or, Leaves from my journal. New Delhi: Omsons Publications ; Gauhati, Assam: Sole distributors, Western Book Depot, (OCoLC) Stray leaves from Assam: a continuation of my journal Twenty years in Assam, Further leaves from Assam and Autumn leaves from Assam by Moore, Jessie Fremont, b.
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Autumn leaves from Assam: a continuation of my journal Twenty years in Assam and Further leaves from Assam / By Jessie Fremont Moore. Abstract. Includes of access: Internet Topics: Moore, Jessie Fremont,Baptists, Missions Author: Jessie Fremont Moore. Location of Repository Stray leaves from Assam: a continuation of my journal Twenty years in Assam, Further leaves from Assam and Autumn leaves from Assam / By Mrs.
MooreAuthor: #N# Mrs. Moore. Autumn leaves from Assam: a continuation of my journal Twenty years in Assam and Further leaves from Assam / (Newgong, Assam: Moore, ), by Jessie Fremont Moore (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Autumn leaves from Mapleside / (Marlboro, N.H.: [s.n.], ), by Sullivan Holman McCollester (page images at HathiTrust).
Even then, manuscript writing on Sanchi leaves and for religious purposes was still preferred over printed religious books (Bhuyan ). Hundreds of manuscripts were also lost or damaged due to recurrent menace of flood and hostile weather conditions in Assam.
Nathan Mirza. Baharistan-I-Ghaybi. Government of Assam, Department of Historical and Antiquarian Studies, Narayani Handiqui Historical Institute, Gauhati, Assam, Originally written in MNUG. Moore b Twenty Years in Assam, or, Leaves From My Journal.
Baptist Mission Press, Calcutta, CTYT. Maheswar Neog b TITLE: Assam buranji, or, A chronicle of Assam from the earliest Ahom Kings to Swargadeo Gadadhar Singha: with preface, analysis and introduction in English: from an old manuscript obtained in the family of the late Srijut Sukumar Mahanta of North Gauhati / PLACE: Shillong, Assam: PUBLISHER: Government of Assam in the Dept.
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MOORE, JESSIE FREMONT. Stray Leaves from Assam: A Continuation of My Journal Twenty Years in Assam, Further Leaves from Assam, and Autumn Leaves from Assam. We have organized the event list of Assam Current Affairs, & in a PDF capsule format.
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20 Misra, Sanghamitra, Becoming a Borderland: the Politics of Space and Identity in Colonial North-eastern India, Routledge, New Delhi,p. that this characterization should not create assumptions of Assam as a functioning, harmonious melting pot.
Misra and others have explored the competing and contested identity narratives that flourished in Assam in the colonial period and Cited by: 6.
The Cofee table book from tea country unravelling the unparralled.Page - Fifty men were decapitated in one day.
A large building was then erected of bamboos and grass, with a raised bamboo platform ; into this building were thrust men, children and poor innocent women with infants, and a large quantity of fuel having been placed round the building it was ignited: in a few minutes — it is said by witnesses of the scene now living— two hundred persons.