Garo



ETHNONYM: Achik


Bibliography

Burling, Robbins (1956). "Garo Kinship Terminology." Man in India 36:203-218.


Burling, Robbins (1963). Rengsanggri: Family and Kinship in a Garo Village, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.


Dalton, Edward Tuite (1872). Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal. Calcutta: Superintendent of Government Printing. Reprint. 1960. Calcutta: Indian Studies Past & Present.


Das, K. N. (1982). Social Dimension of Garo Language. Ph.D. dissertation, Gauhati University.


Grierson, George A., ed. (1903). The Linguistic Survey of India. Vol. 3, pt. 2. Calcutta: Government of India. Reprint. 1967. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.


Majumdar, D. N. (1980). A Study of Culture Change in Two Garo Villages of Meghalaya. Gauhati: Gauhati University Press.

Playfair, Alan. (1909). The Garos. London: Nutt.


Roy, Sankar Kumar (1977). A Study of Ceramics from the Neolithic to the Medieval Period of Assam: An Ethnoarchaeological Approach. Ph.D. dissertation, Gauhati University.


Roy, Sankar Kumar (1981). "Aspects of Neolithic Agriculture and Shifting Cultivation, Garo Hills, Meghalaya." Asian Perspectives 24:193-221.


Tayang, J. (1981). Census of India, 1981. Series 14, Meghalaya, paper no. 1. Shillong: Directorate of Census operations, Meghalaya.

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