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- Vivekanand Jha (1974) . "From tribe to untouchable: the case of Niṣādas". In R. S. Sharma (ed.). Indian Society: Historical Probings in memory of D. D. Kosambi. Indian Council of Historical Research / People's Publishing House. p. 73. ISBN 978-81-7007-176-1.
The Niṣādas are surely quite distinct from the Niṣādhas, with whom they are often confounded but who in all probability belonged to the Aryan fold.
- Haripada Chakraborti (1981). Vedic India: political and legal institutions in Vedic literature. Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar.
The Niṣādhas, residing in the Niṣādha country were obviously Aryan tribes and they should not be confused with the Niṣāda, the non-Aryan tribe.
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