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THE BUDDHA AND THE BORDERS

Nirmalya Banerjee

Reporting from the remote Northeast as a Times of India journalist for many years, Nirmalya Banerjee travelled to the Buddhist monasteries, archives and centres of learning dotting Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, the Darjeeling Hills and the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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