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Authority and legitimacy a study of the Thadou-Kukis in Manipur by Asok Kumar Ray

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Published by Renaissance Pub. House in Delhi .
Written in English



  • Manipur (India)


  • Thado (Southeast Asian people) -- Politics and government.,
  • Manipur (India) -- Politics and government.

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StatementAsok Kumar Ray.
LC ClassificationsDS432.T46 R38 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 164 p. :
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2007180M
ISBN 10818519940X
LC Control Number90905553

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