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From page 323 to 349 of Journal of Asiatic Society of Bengal Vol. XVIII (Part I) covers the grammar of the Hawa language of the Nocte tribe.
The article was written by William Robinson in April 1849, and the same was printed by J. Thomas of the Baptist Mission Press. The content of the article was collected from Namsang.
A book written by Parul Dutta in 1978 contains all the minute details of the society, the politics, the religion etc. of the Nocte tribe. As of 2020, no author has written on the tribe with such sincerity and dedication.
A 40 page book dedicated for the love songs in Nocte language. It was written by Shri Tapan Kumar M. Baruah, the then District Research Officer of Tirap district. It was published by Dr. P.C. Dutta, the then Director of Research, Arunachal Pradesh in 1987.
Authored by Asst. Prof. Gankhu Sumnyan, Old Friends' Parade is a collection of 29 poems written over a period of seven years. The poems are personal in nature, providing condensed observations from a so-far personal life, and have been arranged based on what they talk of.
Published on: 2015
Publisher: Writers' Workshop India
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The book has been made available in the PDF version with the permission of the author. All rights for any format of the book, including PDF, remain solely with the author. No part of the work may be used without the permission of the author.
Thesis prepared by Shri Syed Iftiqar Rahman on Verbal Agreement and Grammatical Description of Hawa Nocte. Hawa is the majority dialect spoken by the Nocte tribe, and there are three more dialects.
Rahman, the author or researcher of this thesis, have completed M.A. (Linguistics) from Gauhati University in 2011. This is his preliminary work on the thesis and he did it from Payap University, Thailand. His work was approved on November 3, 2016.
1. "Society and Economy in North-East India : Volume II", by Mignonette Momin, Cecile A. Mawlong and Fuzail Ahamd Qadri.
2. "A Study on the Salt Production of Ancient Assam", by Ratkim Ranjan Saikia and Nurul Amin, Department of Geology, J.B. College, Jorhat, Assam.
3. "North-East Frontier Agency Tribes: Impact of Ahom and British Policy", by P.N. Luthra.
4. "Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal", by Edward Tuite Dalton.
5. "The Baptist Missionary Magazine, : Volume XXI", by Board of General Managers of Baptist General Conventions.
6. "The Noctes", by Parul Dutta.
7. "The History of Medieval Assam (A.D. 1228 to 1603)", by Nagendra Nath Acharya.
8. "North-East India : The Horizon of Anthropology", by Dr. K.C. Mahanta.
9. "Encyclopedia of North-East India : Volume III", by Col. Ved Prakash.
10. "Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States", by George Thomas Kurian, Mark A. Lamport and Martin E. Marty.
11. "Colonization, Proselytization and Identity : The Nagas and Westernization in North-East India", by Tezenlo Thong.
12. "Religious History of Arunachal Pradesh", compiled by Dr. B. Tripathy and Prof. S. Dutta.
13. "Encyclopedic Ethnology of the Himalayan Tribes : Volume I", edited by N.S. Bisht and T.S. Bankoti.
14. "Arunachal Pradesh Gazetteer : Volume I", by Sokhep Kri (2010).
15. "History of North-East India : 1228 to 1947", by Rajiv Gandhi University, Doimukh.
16. "Indian History Congress : Volume 33", by S.K. Barpujari, 1971.
17. "Industries and Tribal Social Ecology : A Case Study of the Hill Areas of North East Region", by Joshomayee Devi, 1988.
18. "Tungkhungia Buranji", translated by S.K.Bhuyan, 1933.
1. Documents related to the public hearing conducted by Oil India Limited at Deomali, Tirap, in 2015 on onshore oil and gas exploration:
2. Documents related to Nocte Timber Company Pvt. Ltd. (1962)