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The Nyishi Social and Political Movement in Search of Identity

Authored By: Nabam Nakha Hina

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789352073283

Year of Publication: 2016

Pages: 200

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Social Work

Price in Rs. 350.00

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About the Book


The work is an attempt to throw light on the socio-cultural and political movement in the Nyishi society. The work covers genesis of Nyishi movement like All Nyishi Youth Association in 1976, All Nyishi Students’ Union in 1982, Nyishi Elite Society in 1987, Nyishi Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society Movement in 1997, Nyishi  Nyem Acham in 2009 and Christian movement in the Nyishi areas. There is separate chapter on Nyishi political movement and concluding analysis of the Nyishi development process.

About the Author


Dr. Nabam Nakha Hina M.A. UGC (NET) L.L.B. Ph.D, teaches in the department of Political Science, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh. He has contributed a number of research papers relating to traditions and customary laws of Arunachal Pradesh. Heis also author of the following books The Customary Laws of Nyishi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh,Nyishi Words and Proverbs of Nyishi, The Customary Laws of Thanyi Groups of Tribes and The Customary Laws of Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. He has also been on the editorial board of the National Seminar Proceedings: Trends and Impact of Corruption in India with Special Reference to Arunachal Pradesh. He has to his credit a number of major research projects funded by ICSSR, New Delhi and UGC and NGOs. He has organized many national seminars and attended several national and international seminars. He is an active member of the indigenous socio-cultural movement. He is also a member of many professional and non-professional bodies. He is available for free legal counseling for the underprivileged classes. His areas of research interest are customary laws and indigenous political system.

He can be reached at nabamnakha@