Tibeto-Burman Languages is an introductory
attempt to describe the phonological structure of Tibeto-Burman languages of North East and West Bengal, India. This book will be very useful for students
of linguistics who want to work on Tibeto-Burman languages of India, and wish to obtain
first-hand linguistic information.
Debajit Deb was born in Silchar, Assam and grew up in the atmosphere of many
tribal languages. He has a Master of Philosophy in ‘The Phonology of Rongmei
Naga Spoken in Barak Valley’ and a doctorate degree on ‘A Morphosyntactic Study
of Rongmei Spoken in Barak Valley’ from Assam University, Silchar. He is
interested in languages and cultures of the area. He has spent his time in
extensive and comprehensive investigations on some unexplored tribal languages
of Northeast India since eight years. He has published many papers in various
journals of linguistics and presented many national and international seminars,
conferences and workshops. Currently he is engaged in writing other books on
Rongmei, and other northeastern languages of India.