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The Sakyans of South-East Asia

S.P. Talukdar (Author)
Synopsis This book is an encyclopaedic of Sakyan History in which Sakyamuni Gautama Buddha was born. It is the tracing the roots of the Sakyan Clan in the perspective of history, ethnography, anthropology, archaeology, philosophy, religion and DNA studies. It has foothold to assert where are the modern Sakyan. They are certainly not vanished but transformed and remained unknown. This book shall transform the psyche and society and give a birth of a new Civilization of human excellence. It asserts a harmony and co-relation among numerous ethnic groups of human races in South-East Asia.
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About the author

S.P. Talukdar

S.P. Talukdar was born at Barkal, a small town in chittagong Hill Tracts (Bangladesh) bordering Mizoram. He is the son of Dr (Capt) P.B. Talukdar whose ancestors were member sof the landed aristocracy during the reign of the chakma rajas. He took up a career in the Indian Merchant Navy as an Engineer Officer after qualifying from the directorate of Marine Engineering Training, Calcutta. He travelled around the globe during his stint in the Merchant Navy. Later on he gave up the career of voyaging in favour of a more settled career in Civil Service with the Government of Assam. As a member of Mizoram civil Service now, he holds the position of Deputy Controller, Printing and Stationary Department.

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Title The Sakyans of South-East Asia
Author S.P. Talukdar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121208785
length 256p., Tables; Figures; Maps; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History