Indigenous communities

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Asiatic Society of Bangladesh , Dhaka About the Edition

Contributed articles published under the Cultural Survey of Bangladesh Project; translated from Bengali.

Statementeditors Mesbah Kamal, Zahidul Islam, Sugata Chakma.
SeriesCultural survey of Bangladesh series -- 5
ContributionsKāmāla, Mesabāha., Islam, Zahidul., Cākamā, Sugata., Asiatic Society of Bangladesh., Cultural Survey of Bangladesh Project.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxv, 560 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23146536M
ISBN 10984300000965
LC Control Number2008419296

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