Gargee Bhattacharjee

Gargee Bhattacharjee is a PhD research scholar at Department of Visual Arts, Assam University, Silchar. Her research interests lie in traditional practices and the knowledge systems of indigenous communities.

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Bardalai, B.N. 1988. Dimasa Kacharis of Assam. Guwahati:Tribal Research Institute, Assam.

 

Barman, Biswayoti. 2013. Dimasa Vir Kingbadanti Purush Sambhudhan Phonglo: Uttar Purbanchaler Ekti Anyatama Jagoron. Haflong: Dimasa Sahitya Sabha.

 

Barman, Mukul Raj, ed. 2013. Rmaolai Praphang. Silchar: Nikhil Cachar Haidimba Barman Samiti.

 

Barman, N.K. 1992. Queen of Cachar of Herambo and the History of the Kachchhari. Cachar.

 

Barpujari, S.K. 1997. History of the Dimasas: from the earliest times to 1896 AD. Haflong: Autonomous Council.

 

Baruah, Nagendranath. 1982. Dimasa Sokolor Geet-Mat. Guwahati: Assam Publication Board.

 

Bhattacharjee, Jayanta Bhushan. 1977. Cachar under British Rule in North East India. New Delhi: Radiant Publishers.

 

Bose, Nirmal Kumar. 1971. Tribal life in India  National Book Trust.

 

Chatterjee, Suniti Kumar. 1957. Bharat Sanskriti. Kolkata.

 

Chakrabarty, Jagannath. Semkhar: Ek maya moy arannya bhumi. Halflong:Gyan Bharati.

 

Choudhury, Sujit. 2006. Shrihatta Cacharer Prachin Itihas.

 

Choudhury, Joytindranath. Dutta Choudhury, Sunirmal. Bhattacharjee, Amalendu. Bhattacharjee, Manabendra. ed. 1996.  Srihatya- Kacharer prachin itihas o sanskritir ruprekha. Silchar.

 

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Hagzer, Nirupama. 1974. Dimasa: A study on the Dimasa tribe of Assam. Jorhat: Assam Sahitya Sabha.

 

Nath, Tushar Kanti. 2006. Dimasa Sanskritir Abhash.