Bodoland is a land untouched and less explored part of India. Officially known as Bodoland Territorial Region which is an autonomous region in the state of Assam, India, Bodoland is the land of Bodos who are an indigenous tribal people in Assam. According to the Government of India, Bodoland consists of 4 districts and is administered by Bodoland Territorial Council. The 4 districts of Bodoland include Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa and Udalguri. The history of the Bodo tribe. Bodos are a tribal people who are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of Assam. Their origin trace back to Tibet-Burma and are an ethnolinguistic group of people. It is also said that the tribe original home is in the North of China near to the rivers of Huang-He and Yangtze however the tribe dispersed across various regions where some groups moved to Tibet and made it as their home before moving down…

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