09.05.18 APSC (Assam) Current Affairs

ASSAM   Adopt A Heritage Scheme: Assam sees protests over Kaziranga National Park, Ahom-era monuments   Centre’s decision to engage corporate houses for maintenance of tourism infrastructure in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park (KNP) and Ahom-era monuments in Sivasagar district has angered many organisations, triggering protest in different parts of the state on Wednesday. This comes at a time when … Read more

03.05.18 APSC (Assam) Current Affairs

ASSAM   Adopt A Heritage Scheme: Assam sees protests over Kaziranga National Park, Ahom-era monuments   Centre’s decision to engage corporate houses for maintenance of tourism infrastructure in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park (KNP) and Ahom-era monuments in Sivasagar district has angered many organisations, triggering protest in different parts of the state on Wednesday. This comes at a time when … Read more

03.04.18 APSC (Assam) Current Affairs

ASSAM   24,10,388 families in State to get power connections by next year   Power Minister Pallab Lochan Das today told the Assembly that 24,10,388 families of Assam are yet to get power connections to their homes, even as all the villages covered by the 2011 Census have almost been covered by the rural electrification … Read more

10.03.18 APSC (Assam) Current Affairs

ASSAM Assam to approach Centre on ST status to six communities: CM Sarbanda Sonowal   Assam Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal assured representatives of six communities that he would take up with the Centre the issue of granting Scheduled Tribe status to them.   Sonowal told the representatives of the communities – Moran, Muttock, Koch Rajbongshi, Tai Ahom, … Read more

26-27.11.17 APSC (Assam) Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Assam student bodies up ante against Naga encroachment   Ten organizations led by All Assam Students’ Union(Aasu) have announced a series of protest programmes against the state government’s failure to protect Assam’s land from alleged encroachment by the Nagas in six bordering districts of Jorhat, Golaghat, Charaideu, Sivasagar, Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao. The organizations are … Read more

24.11.17 APSC (Assam) Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Tribute to Lachit Borphukan   Assam pays tributes to Lachit Barphukan across the state  highlighting the great strength and courage of the Ahom General who defeated the Mughals in the battle of Saraighat.   Chief minister Sarbanabda Sonowal took the lead to pay homage to the war hero at the central function organized at theSankardeb Kalakhetra. In … Read more

Ahom Policy towards the neighbouring hill tribes

Except the kingdom of Jayantia, Ahom relations with the Kacharis , the Khasis and Garos were quite cordial. Assam’s contacts with the Garos were mainly confined to the tribes living in the south bank of the Brahmaputra and the Ahom policy was one of conciliation and friendship so that commercial intercourse could be there. Sukapha … Read more

Decline and fall of the Ahom Kingdom the Moamariya Rebellion and the Burmese Invasions

The Moamoria Rebellion started during the reign of Swargadeo Lakshmi Singha and ended during the reign of Swargadeo Kamaleswar Singha. It continued up to 36 years, from 1769 to 1805.It was a conflict between Ahom Kings and the Moran people of upper Assam, who were disciple of the Moamara Sattra. Rise of vaishnavism, Ahom Paik System and internal clash among … Read more

Ahom Rule at its zenith of Rudra Singha (1696-1714) to Rajeswer Singha (1751- 1769): political history

The Zenith of the Ahom power was reached in the reign of RudraSinha or Sukhrungpha (1696-1714). He founded new capital at Rangpur presently known as Sivasagar. During his reign subjugation of Cachar and Jaintia was completed in 1700 A.D., and Nagas were brought under the control of Ahom kingdom. In 1745, Sunenphaa or Pramatta Singh, the … Read more