วารสาร Journal of People and Society in Local Culture ISSN:2228-8899

Establishing Community and Retaining Identity of Tai Ethnic Group in the Brahmaputra River Basin

Establishing Community and Retaining Identity of Tai Ethnic Group in the Brahmaputra River Basin

Abstract
This study intends to investigate the establishing community and retaining identity of Tai ethnic group in the Brahmaputra River basin. The results show that the Brahmaputra River originates at the southwest of Tibet highland, in the Republic of China, then flows parallel accompany mountain Himalayas range, from the west to the east at the Tibet highland and veers changing direction, flows down to the south through the Arunachal Pradesh State and Assam State of India before flowing to congregate with the Gang River in Bangladesh at last flow into the Bay of Bengal in Indian Ocean.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wasana Kaewla

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wasana Kaewla

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wasana Kaewla.
Editorial Manager, Journal of People and Society in local culture

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