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This front matter section of the book Rabha contains table of contents, the acnowledgements, list of tables, list of figures, list of abbreviations, and the summary. The earliest of records about the Rabhas contain an element of indeterminacy regarding their relationship with other related tribes within the Bodo family. About 3 km west of Damra on the Damra-Mendi road is Habanggri with about 75 families, all of whom speak Rabha. Adjacent to Habanggri is Hatimura, with a small number of families that speak Rabha, but Assamese is gaining prominence because of a section of the village that speaks only Assamese.

Keywords: Assamese; Rabha



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