The transformations in North-East India since 1947 have disturbed its traditional societies more radically than elsewhere. The ethnic variety and range of area is most complex in India - there are over 200 Scheduled Tribes here, and its non-tribal population, too, contains a rich variety of ethnic groups. The introduction of modern political and administrative institutions, and the innumerable changes brought about by 'development' have in turn created opportunities and problems that have transformed the region into one of the most volatile in India. In this timely book, B. P. Singh analyses the problems and prospects of change in the region.;Teachers and students of Indian Studies.
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