The Ahom or Tai-Ahom (pronunciation: /ˈɑːhɒm/), is an ethnic group from 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 1228 and the local indigenous people who joined them over the course of history.
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The Ahoms: Introduction
The Ahoms are said to be migrated in the 13th century, to the valley of the Brahmaputra from present-day Myanmar. Ahoms are said to have created a new state by suppressing the older political system of the bhuiyans.
They annexed the kingdoms of the Chhatigar and Koch-Hajo and subjugated many other tribes. The Mughals under Mir Jumla attacked the Ahom kingdom in 1662. Their society was divided into clans or khels. They worshipped their own tribal gods.
The Ahoms build a large state by suppressing the older political system of the bhuiyans, i.e landlord. They annexed the kingdoms of the Chhutiyas in 1523 and Koch-Hajo in 1581 – all during the 16th Century. Ahoms also subjugated many other tribes. Due to this, the Ahoms had built a kind of a large state and during the 1530’s.
Ahom people are tribes who stays in the Indian states of Assam and Arunachalam Pradesh..
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Present-day government policies towards tribal populations are very positive.
Education is being spread in the tribal areas.
Facilities like roads, water, electricity have been increased.
The government is doing actively for the overall upliftment of the tribal populations.
The government has enforced reservation for them in government jobs. This policy of the government has helped the tribal people in many ways. They are now joining the mainstream of the society.The government is also determined to protect their cultural and social traditions.
Sukapha or Chaolung Sukaphaa was the main King of Ahom Dynasty in Assam. Sukaphaa was the organizer of Ahom Dynasty, which rule Assam for a long time.
The Ahom kingdom was a late medieval kingdom in the Brahmaputra Valley in Assam. It is well known for maintaining its sovereignty for nearly 600 years and successfully resisting Mughal expansion in Northeast India.
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The Ahoms were the tribal people who migrated to the Brahmaputra valley from present-day Myanmar in the 13th century. They created a new state by suppressing the older political system of the bhuiyans i.e. landlords. During the 16th century, they annexed the kingdoms of the Chhutiyas in 1523 and of Koch- Hajo in 1581.
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The Ahom dynasty (1228–1826) ruled the Ahom kingdom in present-day Assam, India for nearly 598 years. The dynasty was established by Sukaphaa, a Shan prince of Mong Mao who came to Assam after crossing the Patkai mountains. The rule of this dynasty ended with the Burmese invasion of Assamand the subsequent annexation by the British East India Company following the Treaty of Yandabo in 1826.
In external medieval chronicles the kings of this dynasty were called Asam Raja, whereas the subjects of the kingdom called them Chaopha (Chao-ruler, Pha-heaven), or Swargadeo (the equivalent in Assames