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The Ahoms ruled Assam for nearly a long period of six hundred years from AD to AD which is really unprecedented in the history of the world. Their contributions to Assam are vast and varied of which their historical literature or buranji is also one. The Ahoms used to write history from the beginning The word “Buranji” is derived from the Tai Ahom language.

Suryya Kumar Bhuyan it literally means “a store that teachers the ignorant. The Buranjis deal with various subjects but the majority of them are historical in character.


Many Buranjis were written during the Ahom rule. The earlier buranjis were written in the Tai-Ahom language. The first Assamese buranjis were written only in the reign of Suhungmung or Dihingia Raja. From that time onwards many buranjis were compiled both in Tai-Ahom and Assamese. The Buranjis in the Tai Ahom language deal with all the topics relating to political history on the one hand and the buranjis of the Assameselanguage deal only with a single event on the other.

Chakaripheti Buranji is a class of Buranji which treats the origin and lineage of the Ahom families. The Ahom Buranji written in the Tai Ahom language is the most important buranji which contains a complete account of the Ahom rule in Assam. Deodhai Assam Buranji was compiled from a number of old chronicles.

It includes the translation of the above mentioned Ahom Buranji along with the important information from several original manuscripts in Assamese dealing with the political relations of the Ahoms the Naras, Chutias, Kacharis, Burmese and the Jayantias.


The Tungkhungia Buranji is a history of the last dynasty of the Ahom kings, the Tungkhungias. This history describes in details the events from the reign of Gadadhar Singha to Chandrakanta Singha. It has also incorporated the English text of the Satsari Assam Buranji. An important Tai-Ahom chronicle is the Weissalisa which a compilation of two chronicles called Weissali-Hukong and Weissali-Mung-Dum-Sun-kham, gives us a flood of light about the Burmese invasions of Assam. There are different kinds of Assamese Buranjis.

One class bjranji Assamese Buranji is burabji the nature of buanji and records etc. The Kataki Buranji belongs to this class. The Datiyalia Buranji gives us the information of the neighbouing states of the Ahoms.

Chang-rung Phukanar Buranji deals with the construction maidams, temples roads, bridges and plantation of banyam tree on the roadsides etc. They deal with the political relations of the Ahom kings with the kings of Kachari kingdom, Jayantia kingdom and Tripura kingdom respectively.

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The first gives an account of the Ahom rule from Sukapha to the transfer of the territories of the East India Company to the crown, while the second describes an account from captain Welsh’s expedition to Assam in to the Burmese victory at Khagarijan in Nowgong in The Pabishah Buranji written in Assamese is of great importance because it provides us with information of Mirjumla’s Assam expedition and Raja Ram Singha’s activities besides giving a description of the Padshas of Delhi.

Another important buranji named “Purani Assam Buranji” edited by H. Goswami gives us a detailed account of the reigns of the Dihingia Raja, Burha Raja and Chakradhvaj Singha besides giving a brief account of the reigns of burajji kings of Assam.


Gunabhiram Barua’s “Assam Buranji” narrates the history of great value because of the fact that it is the most detailed and systematic of all the buranjis of Assam. Another Buranji named “Kamarupa Buranji” published in AD is a compilation from several original sources.

Other historical works such as the Vamsavalis, Bhuyanr Puthi and Charitra Puthi etc were also written during the Ahom rule.

The chiefs of the states of Rani and Dimarua also maintained their own Vamsavalis burnji family Vamsavalis of buramji Ahom nobles. The Bhuyanr Puthi which gives us a flood of light about their genealogy and history. The Satriya Vamsavalis describe the history of the Satras including their relations with the ruling power.

The Mayamara Satrar Vamsavali and the Dihing Satrar Vamsavali enable us to know us about the contemporary socio-religious and political conditions of the people of Assam.

The Charitra Puthis were written in prose and poetry. There are many Charitra Puthis. They are mostly biographies of the Vaishnava Gurus.

They depict the pictures of the social life of the people of Assam for the period from the sixteenth century to the end of the eighteenth century.

The Ahoms had a historical sense and so they used to write their history. The writing of history was an important matter of the administration of the Ahoms. Sections of this page. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? See more bruanji Tai Ahom on Facebook. Dibrugarh University Tips Education.

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