Books about Khamti:

booksMonastic Buddhism among the Khamtis of Arunachal by Kondinya (1986)

booksHistory of Thai literature: Including Laos, Shans, Khamti, Ahom, and Yunnan-Nanchao by Manich Jumsai (1992)

booksTai-Khamti Phonology and Vocabulary (Beiträge zur Südasienforschung, 27) by Alfons Weidert (1977)

booksBuddhism and Khamtis by Gaurisankara Pandya (1997)

booksOutline Grammar of the ... (Khamti) Language as Spoken by the Khamtis Residing in the Neighbourhood of Sadiya,... by J. F. Needham (Jan 8, 2014)

booksOutline Grammar Of The ... (khâmtî) Language As Spoken By The Khâmtîs Residing In The Neighbourhood Of Sadiya,... by J. F. Needham (Nov 13, 2011)

booksHistory of Thai Literature: Including Laos, Shans, Khamti Ahom and Yannan-Nanchao by M. L. Manich Jumsai (2000)


Wiki information Khamti:

Khamti people

The Khamti, or Tai Khamti, Thai: as they are also known, are a sub-group of the Shan people found in the Sagaing Division, Hkamti District in northwestern Burma as well as Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Smaller numbers can be found in...

Khamti Language
Human Language

Khamti is spoken in Sagaing, Burma and Assam, India by the Khamti people. There are some 30 Khamti-speaking villages in Arunachal Pradesh, and 7 in Assam.