This is the first comprehensive work on history and culture of the Tai-Khamtis, a Theravada Buddhist community of North-East India. The work takes into account on the origin, migration, migrational routes, settlement pattern, socio-cultural organizations, traditional economic base and religion of the Tai- Khamtis. It also deals on the political relations of the Tai-Khamtis with the Ahoms and the British. The book can be useful for the students, research scholars and those who are interested in the history of Theravada Buddhist Communities of North-East India. The volume fills up the gap in the history of North-East India in general and Arunachal Pradesh in particular. The explorative work provides a new insight in the context of the Theravada Buddhism of North-East India and its historical and cultural linkage with South-East Asia.