|Discovery of North East India – North East India - A Panoramic View (Vol.1)|
|Discovery of North East India – Arunachal Pradesh (NEFA) (Vol.2)|
|Discovery of North East India - Assam – Geography and Ancient History (Vol.3)|
|Discovery of North East India – Assam – Medieval and Modern History (Vol.4)|
|Discovery of North East India – Assam – Economy Society and Culture (Vol.5)|
|Discovery of North East India – Manipur (Vol.6)|
|Discovery of North East India – Meghalaya (Vol.7)|
|Discovery of North East India – Mizoram (Vol.8)|
|Discovery of North East India – Nagaland (Vol.9)|
|Discovery of North East India – Sikkim (Vol.10)|
|Discovery of North East India - Tripura (Vol.11)|
India’s North Eastern region is a gateway to South –East Asia. Owing to its strategic geo-political importance in the Indian sub-continent, the areas has attracted over the years, specialists from different fields especially sociologists and anthropologists. Earlier, Christian missionaries and scholarly-oriented British administrators also tried to project through their writings, the traditional life styles, customs, rituals, religious beliefs, etc. of this region. Undoubtedly, the North-Eastern region still poses challenges as well as vast scope for study in its multifarious facets. In recent years, the Government of India consciously pursued what we call the ‘Look East Policy’ to give a fresh impetus to India’s close ties with South – East Asia and East Asia. Discovery of North-East India, it is hoped, will be well received by the academics and the scholarly community in India and abroad for making an in-depth study of this region.
Suresh K. Sharma (b. 1946) an alumnus of Delhi University, opted for library profession after obtaining post-graduation in Modern Indian History and Bachelor of Library Science degree in the early seventies. Documentation, bibliography and indexing have been his special forte. He has to his credit a number of publications including Fifty Years of Indian Historical Writings, Social Sciences in Modern India, Kashmir Through the Ages, Rajasthan Through the Ages, Delhi Through the Ages. Cultural and Religious Heritage of India, Raja Rammohun Roy – An Apostle of Indian Awakening, Encyclopaedia of Higher Education. Usha Sharma (b. 1951) after obtaining post-graduation in English Literature from Panjab University opted for the teaching profession in 1976. She has a long teaching experience and has attended many educational seminars and workshops. She has to her credit a number of publications including Kashmir Through the Ages, Women’s Education in India, Rajasthan Through the Ages, Development of Child in India, Cultural and Religious Heritage of India, Marriage in Indian Society Encyclopaedia of Higher Education
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