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This bibliography section of this book Rabha contains a list of reference articles and books. It also contains a list of recent volumes in the book series Brill's Tibetan Studies Library. 'Rabha' is more correctly the Assamised name by which the Rabha community and their language are known to non-natives. The Goalpara District of Assam, lying between the Brahmaputra and the State of Meghalaya, is the homeland of the Rabhas. The Bodo speaking communities are found predominantly on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra, more precisely in a broad tract of land bordering Bhutan.

Keywords: Bodo; Rabha community



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