Ethnographic Notes on the Mru and Khumi of the Chittagong and Arakan Hill Tracts: A Contribution to Our Knowledge of South and Southeast Asian Indigenous Peoples Mainly Based on Field Research in the Southern Chittagong Hill Tracts

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This book interprets the ethnography of the Mru and Khumi, Tibeto-Burmese speaking horticulturalists who practice swidden agriculture in the hills straddling Bangladesh, India, and Burma. Their material and spiritual cultures are described in detail here, from dwellings to religious rituals. Nearly a hundred color photographs provide illustration.

Ethnographic Notes on the Mru and Khumi of the Chittagong and Arakan Hill Tracts: A Contribution to Our Knowledge of South and Southeast Asian Indigenous Peoples Mainly Based on Field Research in the Southern Chittagong Hill Tracts 2012, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674066861

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