Title: The Naga Tribes of Manipur
Author: T.C. Hodson
First Edition: 1911
About the Author:
Thomas Challan Hodson occupied key administrative positions in Bengal Khasia Hills, Assam and Manipur before retiring in 1901. Later on he held positions as Hon. Secretary of Royal Anthropological Institute, reader in Ethnology, Cambridge University; and as William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology, Cambridge. He was a recipient of the coveted Silver Medal of the Royal Society of Arts. His highly acclaimed works include Primitive Culture of India; Languages Customs and Religion of India and Census Ethnography of India.
About the Book:
Dr. Hodson, a pioneer in the field of ethnographical research of the Nagas had produced this work after years of devoted, assiduous and intensive study of the primitive people. In this volume it is proposed to describe the ethnology of the tribes inhabiting the hills which in point of area form the greater part of the State of Manipur.