Quest for a script
Barbora, Madhumita, and Post, Mark (2008) Quest for a script. In: Morey, Stephen, and Post, Mark, (eds.) North East Indian Linguistics. Cambridge University Press India, New Delhi, India, pp. 255-270.
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[Extract] Arunachal Pradesh is a land of great cultural and linguistic diversity. Situated on the extreme North-eastern part of the Union of India, it shares international borders with the People's Republic of China on the north, Myanmar on the East and the Royal Kingdom of Bhutan on the West. Its geographic link to the rest of India is from the south via Assam. Arunachal Pradesh is spread over 83,743 sq. km. As per the Provisional Population Census of 2001 the population of the state is approximately twelve lakh (1.2 million). In Table 1 we reproduce the population count of the districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
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