The development of agriculture in the north-eastern part of India did not get proper impetuous due to various reasons. This book highlighted the agricultural practices of Garo tribes in relation to Garo Customary Laws and the role of Nokma (Village Headman) in the agricultural activities in Garo Hills, Meghalaya. Nokma has the sole authority to distribute the land to the villagers and also provides guidance in agriculture and other aspects. This book will help to formulate proper extension activities by the concerned line departments of Governments, NGOs and development functionaries. The different under graduates and post graduates students of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Sciences, Horticultural Sciences, Fisheries Sciences, Home Sciences, Sociology, Social Anthropology, Educational Psychology, Rural Management, Ethnic and Tribal Studies etc. will be benefitted immensely in conceptualizing the situation and problems associated with tribal agriculture. Moreover, this book will become a basis for formulating researches in the concerned area for the Research Scholars of the different universities, the research scientists of different scientific organizations across the globe.