Rajani Kanta Patir

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Rajani Kanta Patir (born 1917) was an Indian Administrative Service officer.[1] He was the chief secretary of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, retiring from that position in 1982.[citation needed]

His autobiography, Dawn in the east : an autobiography, tells his story of being born in a Mising family and becoming successful.

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  1. ^ Ratha, S. N. (1992). Sparks from Bidisa. Calcutta, India: Institute of Social Research and Applied Anthropology. p. 85. OCLC 30038230.