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Manipur Treaties & Documents: 1110-1971 (Volume 1)

Naorem Sanajaoba . (Editor)
Synopsis Manipur, known as’ Meetei Leips or ‘ Kanglelpak’ in the two millennia old Meetei manuscripts had experienced some form of constitutional government under a proto-Constitution in 429 A.D. which was reduced to a final format in 1110A.D. Constitution entitled ‘Lo/yamba Shinyen’ during the regime of King Loyumba. Manipur’s State Constitution Act, 1947 was the final document embodying the genius of the people of Manipur, which preceded other constitutions adopted in many of the South and South East Asian countries. Manipur’s love hate and war relationship with Britain commenced with a treaty in 1762 and was put to test in two successive Anglo Manipuri ware in 1891, which created storm in British public opinion in kBritiain. The Times and The Daily News of London poured in the events continuously to the British public. The debate in British Parliament covered more than 200 pages on Manipur. The native rule under the limited protection of the crown was continued. Manipur merged with the newly born Indian Union in 1949. The selected treaties and historical documents will enlighten some of the obscure events in the history of Manipur. A graduate in science and law, Dr. Naorem Sanajaoba (b. 1945) had post-graduated in law from Poona university and earned the doctor of Philosophy (Law) from Gauhati University. A member of nearly a dozen international and national legal forums of repute, he had contributed more than a hundred research and socio-legal papers and articles in a number of national, regional and international conferences or forums. His published works are: ‘Industrial Tribunal Working, Procedure, Judical Trends’, ‘Socio-legal Problems and Developing society’, Law and Society; Strategy for Policy Choice 2001;. He has edited with an introduction and articles of his own, ‘Basic issues on Centre-State Relation’. He has edited three volumes of International-disciplinary and total history and a book of treaties. Volumes 1 of Manipur Past and Present was published in January 19888 and vol.II in 1991. Currently, he is Head and founder teacher of the Post-Graduate Department of Law of the University of Gauhati. Dr. Naorem Sanajaoba who is currently working on Legal Philosophy and interdisciplinary Research takes keen interest in creative studies and writings. He was Editor of “ Gauhati university Journal of Law.”
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About the author

Naorem Sanajaoba .

Dean N. Sanajaoba of University of Gauhati, Assam (India) is a human-rights defender since early 1960s, active campaigner against colonialism of all forms, racism, facism and virulent cateism in the NE region – the most restive region of India and the World. His human rights works are Human Rights Principles & Abuses (1994). Rights of Oppressed Nations (And Peoples), 1996. Meeoibagee Haq Kunmathoishuba Chahicha (1999) and several books. Born in Manipur (b. 1945), Professor N. Sanajaoba teaches Human Rights, International Humanitarian Laws, Legal Philosophy & Jurisprudence, Administrative Law in the PG department of law as a founder-teacher since 1976 in the University of Gauhati, India. He subscribes to critical theory & critical movements in legal philosophy.

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Title Manipur Treaties & Documents: 1110-1971 (Volume 1)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1993
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170993997
length xvi+498p., Tables; 22cm.
Subjects History