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Shivsagar and the Tai-Ahom of Mung-Dun-Chun-Kham

Shivsagar and the Tai-Ahom of Mung-Dun-Chun-Kham

In 1667, the Ahom army under the leadership of Lachit Barphukan reclaimed Guwahati from Mughals. On receiving this news, Mughal emperor Aurangzeb despatched a strong army under the leadership of Raja Ram Singh of Amber to re-establish Mughal prestige in North East. Ram Singh with his mighty army reached the frontiers in 1669. A long and fierce naval battle with guerilla tactics ensued. The topography of natural hills, dense forests and rivers provided Ahom forces with natural defense potentials. After receiving a few setbacks, Ahoms emerged victorious. This battle is known as ‘Battle of Saraighat’.

Majuli, A Land Between Two Parallel Rivers

Experience Kamalabari Satra Majuli Assam
Experience Mask Dance Majuli Assam
Experience Mask Dance Majuli Assam
Experience Mask Dance Majuli Assam

Majuli is not a single island within a single parameter, but it is the combination of cluster of islets formed and developed in the mid-river stream of the mighty Brahmaputra and its tributaries — the Luit & Kherkatia to the north & north- east and north-west extremity.

Gastronomy of Kerala

Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala
Gastronomy of Kerala

The geo-socio-cultural diversity of Kerala has deep influence on its kitchen, cuisine and culinary art. As we travel exploring the beaches, the rivers, the hills and the Forests of the mighty Western Ghats, we can vividly experience influence of the Jews, Arabs, Portuguese, Dutch and the British, on the Gastronomic culture of Kerala.

Pally Odam – the legacy of Aranmula Village

Boat Race Aranmula Kerala
Boat Race Aranmula Kerala
Boat Race Aranmula Kerala
Boat Race Aranmula Kerala
Boat Race Champakulam

Keralites enjoy the pompous and exuberant festivals. Pageantry of elephants, boats and cultural extravaganza are integral part of the culture since time immemorial. The spiritually inclined rulers of various dynasties used to find time for expressing their gratitude for the blessings for their victories by performing various Vedic rituals, indulging in social commitments, promoting cultural programs and community welfare events.

Mishing – The Water Man of Assam

Mishing Village
Mishing Village
Mishing Village
Mishing Village

‘Mi’—Man and ‘Asi’—Water gives rise to the name Mising or Mishing. Originally an eastern Himalayan tribe of Tibeto-Burman origin, ‘Tani’ people who descended along the river Brahmaputra to the welcoming weather conditions of the north-east. Miri or Mishing are now a major ethnic group, the second largest tribe in Assam.

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