|Statement||Dipali G. Danda.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.K15 D36 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 192 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||78908855|
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Health Care Practices among the Dimasa Tribe of Diyungbra Block in Dima Hasao District, Assam. In our present work, health care practices among the indigenous Dimasa tribe of Diyungbra block, Dima Hasao District, Assam were studied. In the study, it was observed that health care. The Dimasa Kingdom (Di-ma-sa), Hidimbā kingdom) was a powerful kingdom in Assam, Northeast India ruled by Dimasa kings, called Timisa in the Ahom Buranjis. The Dimasa kingdom and others (Kamata, Chutiya) that developed in the wake of the Kamarupa kingdom were led by chieftains of indigenous communities of Assam and are examples of indigenous state formations in Medieval Assam. Dimasa Kacharis of Assam. Guwahati: Tribal Research Institute, Assam, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B N Bordoloi.
Adolf Hitler has been among the most read writers along with William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Leo Tolstoy, Bengali novelist Sarat Chandra . The Dimasa people or Dimasa-Kachari are part of the greater Kachari group, one of the ancient Kachari tribes. They live mostly in the northern half of the Dima Hasao District, an administrative district of the Indian state of Assam that includes the ravines of the Jatinga valley and adjoining land. Among Christian groups some belong to the Bodo Evangelical Lutheran Church. According to the Census of India, more than 98% of all Dimasa living in Assam are Hindu. Religion: Spiritual – In a Dimasa society, it is believed spiritual life, Spirit is a soul. Dimasa believe traditionally the rebirth of . The Dimasa people (or Dima-fisa, and also called Dimasa-Kachari) from Assam in northeastern India are a part of the greater Bodo-Kachari group. The Dimasas live mostly in the northern half of the North Cachar Hills, an administrative district of the Indian state of Assam, including the ravines of the Jatinga valley and the adjoining land.