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Some important points:

1. Varman Dynasty was founded by Pushyavarman in 350 AD. He was contemporary of Samudragupta of the Gupta empire. Harshavardhan was one of the most prominent empire of 7th century. He sent Hang Savega as an ambassador. The Harsha Charita of Bana gives detailed account of his visit.

2. Hariya Mandal had two wifes, Hira and Jira. Hira and Jira were sisters. Hira’s son Bisu defeated the Bhuyans and started ruling about an area. He was a devoted Hindu and rebuilt the Kamakhya temple. He also brought a number of Brahmins from Banaras. Bisu sent his sons to study in Banaras. Later the second eldest son, Malladev became the king and took the Hindu name Narnarayan. His brother, Sukladhvaj, was appointed as the Commander in Chief. He took the name Chilarai.

3. The Burmese had invaded Assam thrice – 1817, 1819 and 1826. The Treaty of Yandaboo was signed on 24th February, 1826 between the East India Company and the King of Ava. After this Assam came under the rule of the British.

4. Rang Ghar was built by bamboo and wood by Rudra Singha. Later Pramata Singha gave its present state. It is one of the oldest amphitheater in Asia.

5. Phuloguri Raijmel is the first peasant movement & first non-corporation moment. It started when the peasants decided not to pay taxes to the British. Phuloguri is located in the Nagaon district and the incident occurred on Sep 17, 1861.

6. State Boundary of Assam:

    • Meghalaya – 884
    • Arunachal – 804
    • Nagaland – 512
    • Manipur – 204
    • Mizoram 164
    • West Bengal – 127
    • Tripura – 46

International boundary of Assam:

    • Bangladesh – 267
      • Dhubri – 90
      • Cachar – 70
      • South Sakmara Mancachar – 63
      • Karimganj – 3
    • Bhutan – 265
      • Baksa – 90
      • Udalguri – 80
      • Chirang – 70
      • Kokrajhar – 40

7. Sex ratio of Assam is 958 as per Census of 2011.


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