|Statement||J. B. Bhattacharjee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2009346987|
Colonial Assam (–) refers to the period of History of Assam between the signing of the Treaty of Yandabo and Independence of India when Assam was under the British colonial rule. The political institutions and social relations that were established or severed during this period continue to have a direct effect on contemporary events. Printing technology that was introduced in Assam by American Baptist Missionaries around is considered as another major reason for the decline of manuscript painting in Assam. Even then, manuscript writing on Sanchi leaves and for religious purposes was still preferred over printed religious books (Bhuyan ). User Review - Flag as inappropriate Well this is a book u must use the money than gathering some partial sham knowledge from internet,one must get inculcated with a book that has set off an indelible remark in the preeminent book has been a touchstone for the illustrious scholars and had always been referred to as a pristine form of primordial Assam's history/5(3). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "Assams Struggles Against British Rule ()".
While it is well known that the British were the first to venture into the jungles of Assam to discover tea, the story of the first explorer into these remote forests is fascinating. In , when the Mughals granted the British the Bengal Diwani (right to collect revenue), Assam was ruled by the year old Ahom dynasty, a lineage that traced. Books shelved as assamese: Aseemat Jar Heral Seema by Kanchan Boruah, ফেলানী by Arupa Patangia Kalita, Some Assamese proverbs by Philip Richard Thornhagh. The British imposed Bengali in in Assam after the state was occupied and annexed with the Bengal Presidency. As a result of this language imposition, the progress of education in Assam remained not only slow but highly defected and a lot of Bengalis were imported and employed in the different schools of Assam. The British attacked the Burmese garrison in Assam and by , the Burmese were expelled from Assam. According to the Treaty of Yandabo, the Burmese Monarch Bagyidaw renounce all claims on Assam. The British thus became the masters of Brahmaputra Valley and they began to consolidate their rule in Assam. In , the Kachari king Govinda.
Assam History – Chronology of Events of Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period. Modern History of Assam (Brief) British Annexation of Assam. Phulaguri Uprising of (or ‘Phulaguri dhawa’) Patharughatar Rann of (or Patharughat massacre) Cunningham Circular of Assam Accord () Assam Movement (or Assam Agitation). In the mid-nineteenth century the British created a landscape of tea plantations in the northeastern Indian region of Assam. The tea industry filled imperial coffers and gave the colonial state a chance to transform a jungle-laden frontier into a cultivated system of by: Antrobus, The History of the Assam Company, p. 37; in this meeting of the Assam Company, it was discussed that the EIC had agreed to ‘speedily make available’ information on Assam; Minute Book of the Assam Company, 12 February –17 December , MS /1, London Metropolitan Archives (London).Cited by: 1. According to the treaty, the Burmese agreed to: Cede to the British Assam, Manipur, Rakhine (Arakan), and the Taninthayi (Tenasserim) coast south of the Salween River. Cease all interference in Cachar and the Jaintia Hills district. Pay an indemnity of one million pounds sterling in Languages: English, Burmese.