Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills, 1853

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Other titlesKhasi and Jaintia Hills.
Statementby A.J.M. Mills ; introduced and annotated by J.B. Bhattacharjee.
SeriesNorth-Eastern studies., no. 1
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LC ClassificationsLAW
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Paginationxvii, 123 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2513096M
LC Control Number87905251

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The Khasis reside in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills district of Assam. They numbersouls, which total is made up of: KhasisSynte Christian Kha Khasis inhabiting other districts 4,The Khasi and Jaintia Hills district is situated between 25 deg. 1' and 26 deg.1/5.

in the Khasi Hills, in terms of education came inwhen A.J.M. Mills, Officiating Judge of the Sudder Court visited the hills and asked William Lewis for a report on the state of education.

In his official report to the Government of Bengal, he credits the missionaries for their efforts. They were carrying walkers when, according to the “Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills - ” by A.J.M. Mills (with an introduction by Dr.

J.B. Battacharjee), the corrupt British colonial. The Forest Manageme nt system in Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills are a ll th e same as United Khasi and Jaintia Hills Autonomous District (Management and Control) Act of applies to both the. CMAMinute Book of Annual Meetings –51, ; Missionary Agreements – CMA CMALetter Book of the Reverend Josiah Thomas, General Secretary, – Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills, (Shillong, ).

Morgan, Edward (ed.), John Elias: Life. Prehistory of Meghalaya and Social Formation in Khasi and Jaintia Hills - Seminar papers printed in ; Socio-Economic Survey - Thadlaskein Development Block - A Project Report printed in Customs and Jewelleries in Meghalaya - A project Study-Print awaited.

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Heritage of Meghalaya. Documentation. State Museum of Meghalaya: Shillong. Khasi Hills 2 2 4 6 6 East Garo Hills 1 2 4 5 5 West Garo Hills 2 1 7 6 8 South Garo Hills - 1 3 1 4 Megha-laya 8 22 38 40 39 Source: 1. Census of India2. C&RD Department 3. Police Department 2. Another impact of the Welsh on these hills that has not as much been explored is the trans-cultural exchange between the Khasi Pnar and the Welsh.

And it was the performing Journeys by the Khasi-Wales Collective which rekindled the deep and strong bond that the Welsh and the Khasi.

Hills, West Khasi Hills, East Khasi Hills, Ribho i and Jaintia Hills districts lying between 25°47” – 26°10” N latitude and 89°45” – 92 °45” E longitude and covers an area of. The main contention to demand a separate Autonomous Council for Jaintia Hills is the non-uniformity in the administration of the two sub-division of Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills and also to act as a custodian of the culture, language, customs, laws, and the land.

The Khasi and Jaintia tribes are of a Mongoloid race whose languages belong to the Austroasiatic language family. The term Khasi has been used in the past, and even today, to refer to the indigenous tribes living in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills which include the seven tribes of the Khasi race, namely, the Khynriam, Pnar, Bhoi, War, Lyngngam, Marram and the now never-heard of Diko.

On the forest resources and the links with tribal communities of United Khāsi-Jaintia Hills., India; a study. Preview this book Hill University Hills Autonomous District Hills District Iflaasi immemorial India Jaintia Hills jhum jhum cultivation Jowai Khasi and Jaintia Khasi Hills District Khasi language Khasi Society Khasis believe.

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Mills, A. MReport on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills, Nissor Singh, U--Hints on the study of the Khasi language. Nissor Singh, U--Khasi-English dictionary.

Oldham, Thomas--On the geological structure of a portion of the Khasi Hills, Bengal. Oldham, Thomas--Geology of the Khasi Hills. Peal, S. EOn some traces of the Kol-Mon-Anam in the. The area had been brought under British domination with a military station at Chrrapunji.

In the Khasia and Jaintia Hills and the plains of Assam were designated the Province of Assam. The first missionary, Rev. Thomas Jones, left with his wife for Cherrapunji in November They arrived at the reputedly rainiest plain on earth in June.

Brief Report of the Indigenous Event: been a recipe book on Khasi and Jaintia indigenous foods that has been published so far.

This Khasi and Jaintia hills which are East Khasi Hills, West Khasi Hills, Ri Bhoi and Jaintia Hills. Twelve villages were surveyed where 3. Evans, Robert, The Great Earthquake of in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills (Shillong, ), tr.

Basil Morris (fi rst published Caernarfon, ). F., ‘Some account of the Cásiah Hills’, Gleanings in Science, (), –5. Fenwick, C.A., Essay on the Colonization of Hindostan by East Indians (Calcutta, ).

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander.—Account of the North-Eastern Frontier Mills, A. M.—Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills, Nissor Singh, U—Hints on the study of the Khasi language. Nissor Singh, U—Khasi-English dictionary. Oldham, Thomas—On the geological structure of a portion of the Khasi Hills.

Get this from a library. Report on succession to siemships in the Khasi States. [D Herbert, Captain.; Meghalaya (India). Historical and Antiquarian Studies Cell.] -- Reports made by the deputy commissioner of Khasi and Jaintia Hills, ; printed from the records preserved in the State archives.

Syiemlieh in his article "Constitutional Developments in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills " and Giri in the book "Khasis under British rule" shed light on the events centring on the Khasi. Khasi-Jaintia folklore by Soumen Sen,With reference to United Khāsi-Jaintia Hills (India).

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Meghalaya has million tonnes of sub-bituminous coal spread across South Garo Hills, West Khasi Hills, East Garo Hills, Jaintia Hills and East Khasi Hills.

After the recent incident of miners getting trapped in a rat-hole mine, chief minister Sangma said on Decem “We are aware that illegal mining activity is going on and appropriate. “There has been a report on illegal and rampant killing of fish at River Tisang and River Prang as well as other rivers within the district caused by poisoning and blasting of the dynamite on the river streams.

Such illegal destruction is in violation to the Fisheries Act and the United Khasi Jaintia Hills District Fishery   They were from the foothills of Khasi-land (now part of Bangladesh) and were baptized in After the abandonment of the Serampore Mission's station in Cherrapunji, the Khasi and Jaintia hills (now part of Meghalaya) came to be adopted by the Welsh Missionary Society, (14) which sent its first missionary, Thomas Jones, in   A report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills by AJM Mills, sent on deputation to the Northeast frontier by the British government, documents treaties between the then government and the ‘Khasia chieftains’.

While the chiefs agreed to accede to the Company in a lot of matters, they also put up a fight to retain their autonomy wherever possible.

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The East India Company acquires the district of Sylhet, as a result of the grant of the Diwani of Bengal (along with Bihar and Orissa) and the first contact is made between the British and the inhabitants of the Khasi Hills. The Khasis were located north of Sylhet district, and the Jaintias were to the north-east.

At that time about half of the Khasi and Jaintia Hills district, including. After initial clashes with the Khasi chiefs and the Jaintia rajas over taxation, they brought the area that is today Meghalaya under their formal control. Originally, the British had selected Cherrapunji, the world's second wettest place after neighboring Mawsynram, as the headquarter for the new Kashi-Jaintia Hills.

Agricultural Bulletin No. 5 of Allen, B. C. Assam Census Report, Allen, W. J. Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hill Territory, Aymonier, Monsieur "Le Cambodge." Bivar, Colonel H. S.

Administration Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills District of. It said it had included in the report, the prevalence of hate speech on its platform globally, for the first time. Uttar Pradesh; and 5 days and 16 hours in East Jaintia Hills, West Jaintia.

They were carrying walkers when, according to the “Report on the Khasi and Jaintia Hills - ” by A.J.M. Mills (with an introduction by Dr. J.B. Battacharjee), the corrupt British colonial trader Harry Inglis terrorized the people of the frontier region through torture and assassination in the s and s.