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Chakma Jati by Satish Chandra Ghosh

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Chakma Jati

Chakma Jati by Satish Chandra Ghosh was published in 1909, the first extensive works on the Chakmas. The 3rd book dealing with Chakma history after The Chittagong Hill Tracts and Dwellers Therein by T. H. Lewin published in 1869 and A Statistical Account of Bengal, Vol-VI by W. W. Hunter published in 1876. It is the first book dealing with every aspects in detail right from the mythology to games & sports of the Chakmas. This large book (20 chapters, 404 pages) of Sunanu Ghosh, though is not perfect, but was pioneer in many ways, especially famous for adding the Arakan chapter in Chakma history for the first time.

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Part-I Part-II Part-III Part-IV Part-V

By MAADI Publication Board Posted in HISTORY

A Statistical Account of Bengal, Vol-VI by W. W. Hunter

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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Vol-VI by W. W. Hunter, the then Director General of Statistics to the Govt. of India published in 1876 is the second book containing information regarding the Chakmas. Though most of the description regarding history, society, religion and customs of the Chakmas in this book were quoted from The Chittagong Hill Tracts and Dwellers Therein by T. H. Lewin, it contains a detailed picture of CHTs from the economic perspective. It also traces the changing mood of social and administrative set-ups due to squabble between Kalindi Ranee and other Ranees on the claim of the throne, increasing influences of the British authorities, encouragement of settlement of Tripuris and Gorkhas by the Britishers to prevent Lushai raids, establishment of Schools at Rangamati, Maniksury and Chandraghona, discouraging jum cultivation by forming Reserved Forests and Khas Mahal and encouraging plough cultivation to increase tax collection. This book is also the oldest record describing the border between the CHTs and the Lushai Hills.

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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Vol-VI by W. W. Hunter 1876

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The Chittagong Hill Tracts and Dwellers Therein by T. H. Lewin

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The Chittagong Hill Tracts and Dwellers Therein written by Captain Thomas Herbart Lewin, the first Deputy Commissioner of Chittagong Hill Tracts (during the reign of Kalindi Rani) published in 1869 is the first book recording brief history, polity, society and language of the Chakmas including geography and flora-fauna of CHTs.

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The Chittagong Hill Tracts & Dwellers Therein

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Guidelines for Bizumela Development Society

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Tripura Bizumela started its journey in 1973. After 37 years in 2011, Bizumela evolved as an organisation from an event in the way of formation of Tripura State Level Bizumela Standing Committee. In 2013, the Standing Committee transformed itself into Bizumela Development Society (Bizumela Bhaledi Jodha) and presently trying to transform the Bizumela in to a Cultural Revolution through participation of mass people in preservation and development of our cultural heritage.

Here is the short guideline of the Bizumela Development Society…BDS Guidelines

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RESULTS OF BZUMELA COMPETITION-2014

Bizumela-1441st Tripura State Bizumela was held from 13th April to 15th April, 2014 at Jharjari, Ehde Gumet, Tibura. After 3 days competition in 15 cultural and 6 sports events, Ehde Dergang Baam was adjudged as Champion Baam-2014. Agere Manu and Ehde Manu Baam stood as 2nd & 3rd respectively. Here is the details…Bizu Competition Results-2014