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The political assertion of the Bodos, the largest plains tribe of Assam, is an important part of the post-colonial political development in Assam and has its significant impact on socio-political history. Therefore, as a motivating factor of this assertion, the work is done on the political consciousness as one's political state of mind, or a person's awareness of politics which has a link to understand one's true position in history. Hence, the work comprises this sense of political consciousness and its theoretical interpretation which can clearly be understood with the concept of…mehr

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The political assertion of the Bodos, the largest plains tribe of Assam, is an important part of the post-colonial political development in Assam and has its significant impact on socio-political history. Therefore, as a motivating factor of this assertion, the work is done on the political consciousness as one's political state of mind, or a person's awareness of politics which has a link to understand one's true position in history. Hence, the work comprises this sense of political consciousness and its theoretical interpretation which can clearly be understood with the concept of "Nationalism". Though the sense of nationality was emerged with the greater Assamese nationality but due to Assamiya hegemony, the sense of sub-nationality was emerged among smaller communities like the Bodos. The work also comprises generic details of the Bodos, through historical analysis. Moreover, the study has focused on the nature, aims and objectives of the political and non-political organizations of the Bodos and deals with the question of political consciousness empirically, is based primarily on analysis and interpretation of field survey data from BTAD region.
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Kalita, Phanindra§Dr. Phanindra Kalita, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, Chhaygaon College of Kamrup District of Assam, India. He obtained his Ph.D from Gauhati University of Assam, India. He was awarded the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) by the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR), New Delhi.