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Bhotan and the story of the Dooar War

David Field Rennie

Bhotan and the story of the Dooar War

including sketches of a three months residence in the Himalayas and narrative of a visit to Bhotan in May 1865.

by David Field Rennie

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Published by John Murray in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationxxv,408p. :
Number of Pages408
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16260828M

Bhutan and Tibet: An Account of an Embassy to the Court of the Teshoo Lama in Tibet Containing a Narrative of a Journey Through Bootan, and Part of Tibet Bhotan and The Story of the Dooar War. USD David Field Rennie. Bhutan A Reprint of Chapters XI, XII and XIII (Pages ) of Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bootan. The mighty Kanchenjunga can be viewed from a unique angle from here. Surgeon Rennie mentions in his book, Bhotan and the Story Of The Dooar War which he wrote after the Anglo-Bhutan War of , that a little monastery existed at a place called Rinchinsoong and which had a glorious view of the Himalayan range and the Damsang fort.

Bhotan and the story of the Dooar war, including sketches of three months' residence in the Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. digital files not viewed; td12 Contributor: Rennie, D. F. (David Field) Date: Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War Rennie Online Book Search Engines Bhutan Reference Articles and Links Wikipedia: Bhutan - History of Bhutan Wikipedia: Thimphu LOC: Bhutan Country Study BBC Country Profile: Bhutan US State Department: Bhutan Profile Perry-Castaneda: Bhutan map Government of Bhutan US Embassy, New Dehli, India.

The next reference made about Kalimpong in history, was by Surgeon Rennie, in his book Bhotan and the story of the Dooar War. He too did not find it important enough to show Kalimpong on the map in his book. After the Anglo-Bhutan War of and the Treaty of Sinchula which was signed the following year, the entire area east of the Teesta. Political Scenario in Bhutan during An Impact. Analysis on Trade and Commerce. 31 Rennie, Bhotan and the story of the Dooar War.


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David Field Rennie, who participated in the conflict as a military surgeon, wrote this book on his four-month voyage back to England. Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War by Surgeon Rennie.

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Squashed by the humid plains, the impenetrable jungles of Bengal and the jagged icy peaks of Bhutan is a narrow strip of land adjacent to the steeply rising foothills.

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Back of the Book Squashed by the humid plains, the impenetrable jungles of Bengal and the jagged icy peaks of Bhutan is a narrow strip of land adjacent to the steeply rising foothills.

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Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: of the Frontier Tribes in the Tochi Valley5/5(1). Spelling variants. Duar, Doar, Dooar, Dhooar; Bhutan, Bhotan, Bhootan, Bootan; Summary.

Following the 1st Burma War, Assam was ceded to Britain and the East India Company came into conflict with Bhutan over control of the Duars - the plains areas between the Brahmaputra and the foothills of Bhutan. A British mission under Ashley Eden was sent to Bhutan to try to establish political relations.

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(David Field), The British arms in North China and Japan: Peking ; Kagosima. Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War (London: John Murray, ), by D. Rennie (page images with commentary at ) Filed under: China -- History. Ancient China Simplified (London: Chapman and Hall, ), by Edward Harper Parker (Gutenberg text) China and the Manchus, by Herbert Allen Giles (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML).

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David Field Rennie. 21 May Hardback. US$Department of Education. Text Book Division. Dzongkha Dictionary. Thimphu: Department of Trade and Commerce. Trade Information Centre. Bhutan, Trade and Industry Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War. London: John Murray, Bibliography of Asian Studies, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Association for Asian Studies,   kalimpong a brief history February 3, by sandipcjain One of the earliest reference to Kalimpong that can be found in any historical document is in the book “Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar was” which was written by Surgeon D.L.

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