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Personal library donated to research centre

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Jan 13 � The personal library of the late Dr Dhrubananda Das, IAS, former Commissioner in the Assam Govt was recently donated to the Institute of Research and Documentation of Indigenous Studies, (IRDIS) by his wife Kumi Das in a special meeting of the executive committee of IRDIS in its office premises at the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra complex, stated a press release.

This personal collection of Dr Das running into thousands of books covering a wide variety of subjects including indigenous medicine, literature, social science, history and valuable manuscripts and gazetteers of the colonial era will afford access to scholars, researchers and interns at IRDIS.

It may be mentioned that Dr Das had authored several books on indigenous medicine and was a regular contributor to a number of regional and national periodicals and newspapers.

IRDIS is a centre of interdisciplinary research and documentation on Indigenous Studies working with diverse ethnic communities of Assam with collaborative outreach to other ethnic communities nationally and worldwide.

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Personal library donated to research centre

GUWAHATI, Jan 13 � The personal library of the late Dr Dhrubananda Das, IAS, former Commissioner in the Assam Govt was recently donated to the Institute of Research and Documentation of Indigenous Studies, (IRDIS) by his wife Kumi Das in a special meeting of the executive committee of IRDIS in its office premises at the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra complex, stated a press release.

This personal collection of Dr Das running into thousands of books covering a wide variety of subjects including indigenous medicine, literature, social science, history and valuable manuscripts and gazetteers of the colonial era will afford access to scholars, researchers and interns at IRDIS.

It may be mentioned that Dr Das had authored several books on indigenous medicine and was a regular contributor to a number of regional and national periodicals and newspapers.

IRDIS is a centre of interdisciplinary research and documentation on Indigenous Studies working with diverse ethnic communities of Assam with collaborative outreach to other ethnic communities nationally and worldwide.

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