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Tai-Ahom religion and customs

Padmeswar Gogoi

Tai-Ahom religion and customs

by Padmeswar Gogoi

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Published by Publication Board, Assam in Gauhati .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ahoms (Indic people) -- Religion

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementPadmeswar Gogoi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2032.A35 G63, BL2032A35 G63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21333668M

      Gogoi, Padmeshwar (), Tai Ahom Religion and Customs (PDF), Publication Board, Gauhati, Assam; Gogoi, Shrutashwinee (). Tai ahom religion a philosophical study (PhD). Retrieved Janu Gogoi, Nitul Kumar (). Continuity and Change Among the Ahom. Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 1) A Tai Ahom city with modern art of structure will reflect the rich history, tradition, culture of the Tai Ahom community. 2) A perfect tourism destination not only in Assam, India but an efford to make it a global attraction.

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. ^ "The Tai Ahom religion is explained and interpreted by the scholars differently; yet the ancient religion of the Tai Ahoms, is in essence, the religion of ancestor worship. It is a ritual oriented religion and the rituals are primarily based on the cult of ancestor worship." (Gogoi ).

    Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai-Ahom in India - Ebook written by Yasmin Saikia. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai-Ahom in India. The new term Tai Ahom was seized upon and the new Tai-Ahoms revived a religion calling it Phra Lung, which emphasized the worship of ancestors, mainly heroic warriors. “New prayers were written by the late Domboru Deodhai Phukan, .


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Tai-Ahom religion and customs by Padmeswar Gogoi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The present book, “Tai-Ahom Religion and Customs” by an eminent scholar, will definitely bring into focus much hitherto unknown or less known information regarding an important segment and constituent of Assamese culture, namely, the religious beliefs and various customs and rituals of the Tai-Ahoms.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gogoi, Padmeswar, Tai-Ahom religion and customs. Gauhati: Publication Board, Assam, (OCoLC) constituent of Assamese culture, namely, the religious beliefs and various customs and rituals of the Tai-Ahoms. The Ahom rulers, before being converted into Hinduism, had their own religious practices and customs, which are even now preserved among only a limited section.

The author has taken pains to collect data from field studies, besides depending on certain. Originally, Tai-Ahom people were not image-worshipers. There are no icons of gods and goddesses in their own religion (Tai philosophy and religion) as well as in their religious books.

However, Tai-Ahom royal family possessed a secrete tutelary deity “Chumdeo” (Chumpha-rung-mung-sheng-mung). Posts about Tai-Ahom written by Ranjit Singh.

One day a program on Ahoms-the kings who ruled the state of Assam for almost years-was telecast on Doordarshan TV.

It talked about how Tai Ahoms came to Assam from Yunnan Tai-Ahom religion and customs book and settled here bewitched by the natural beauty of the land.

I have been to the place and stayed there for 3 years and I can vouch for the fact. She shows how Tai-Ahom identity is practiced in Assam and also in Thailand. Revealing how the “dead” history of Tai-Ahom has been transformed into living memory to demand rights of citizenship, Fragmented Memories is a landmark history told.

Tai ahom culture & language & Religion, Dibrugarh, Assam. 1, likes 5 talking about this. Public FigureFollowers: 2K. See more of Tai Ahom on Facebook. Log In. Create New Account. See more of Tai Ahom on Facebook Tai ahom culture & language & Religion.

Public Figure. Tai Khamti Heritage & Literary Society - TKHLS Ahoms has been termed as a tribe from very almost all history books,Ahoms are termed as a only a few decades ago. The present constitutional name of our state is Assam which occupies a significant place within the Union of India.

As a matter of fact, the state or province of Assam, which is the valley of the. A highly intellectual man, Father Weiser earned doctorates in theology, philosophy and psychology in addition to serving as a professor of Emmanuel College.

He wrote at least twenty-two works, including The Christmas Book, The Handbook of Christian Feasts and Customs, and Religious Customs in the Family.

Furthermore, he was awarded the Order of Merit, First /5(5). Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai-Ahom in India and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle : Yasmin Saikia.

Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai-Ahom in India - Kindle edition by Saikia, Yasmin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai-Ahom in by: The Tai-Ahom was the earliest Tai group who migrated into Assam. This area now known as Assam, perhaps derived from the Tai word Ha-sham - the land of the Shams.

Over the course of time, various Ahom groups migrated in India in successive waves. Religion, Nostalgia, and Memory: Making an Ancient and Recent Tai-Ahom Identity in Assam and Thailand - Volume 65 Issue 1 - Yasmin Saikia Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by: 1.

International Review on Tai Cultural Studies”. Duke University Press — via Google Books. Every families orchard and plow land are situated near their house.

He sent down his grandsons, Khun-long and Khun-lai, to rule Mong-ri-Mong-ram, a place on earth, [50] and from who the Ahom kings claimed descent. Tai ahom religion a philosophical.

The Ahom religion is the ethnic religion of the Ahom Ahom people came into Assam inled by a Tai prince Sukaphaa, and admixed with the local people who came into Assam included two clans of priests, joined later by a third, who brought with them their own religion, rituals, practices and scriptures.

The Ahom (Pron: / ˈ ɑː h ɒ m /), or Tai-Ahom is an ethnic group found today in the Indian states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

They are the admixed descendants of the Tai people who reached the Brahmaputra valley of Assam in and the local people who joined them over the course of hal Pradesh: unknown. The Tai-Ahom Language The Tai Mao people from Mung-Mao, were called “Tai-Ahom” by the local people.

When they first came to Brahmaputra valley they brought with them their own language and manuscripts. Tai-Ahom have their own language, script, literature, culture, religion and the chronicle, which is called Buranji (one kind of prosaicFile Size: 1MB.

Tai-Ahom Religion and Customs by Gogoi, Dr, Padmeswar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Edition: 1st Edition. RELIGION, NOSTALGIA, AND MEMORY 35 mately six hundred thousand of the fourteen million Assamese-speaking people claim to be Tai-Ahom.3 As a statistical number, the group is small, but those claiming to be Tai-Ahom have raised a salient.

Fragmented Memories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fragmented Memories is a beautifully rendered exploration of how, duri 5/5(1).In her account of the s Tai-Ahom identity movement, Saikia considers the problem of competing identities in India, the significance of place and culture, and the outcome of the memory-building project of the Tai-Ahom.

Assamese herself, Saikia lived in several different Tai-Ahom villages between and The Tai Ahom chronicles note that Siu-Ka-Pha had an army of 9, men with superior weapons. On their way they came to Mainkwon, the seat of an influential Naga chief.

Siu-Ka-Pha conquered the site and continued his march towards Pha-Ke-Che-Ring, the state of the Tai Phake people, an area south of the Kham hill and just west of the Loglai River.