Buranjis are a class of historical chronicles, written initially in the Ahom and afterwards in Western Assamese dialect. The first such Buranji was written on the instructions of the first Ahom king Sukaphaa who established the Ahom kingdom in 1228. There were two kinds of Buranjis: one maintained by the state (official) and the other maintained b...
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(from the article `Assamese language`) Assamese literary tradition dates to the 13th century. Prose texts, notably buranjis (historical works), began to appear in the 16th century. In the ... ...whose 27 works of poetry and devotion are alive today and who inspired such saint-poets as Mdhavadeva to write lyrics of great beauty. Peculiar...
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