SHAME ON ASSAM..."BANGLADESHI TERROR ON LOCAL ASSAMESE PEOPLE"

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Assamese
অসমীয়া Assamese
Total population
16 to 20 million
Regions with significant populations
 India 16,000,000
 Bangladesh 20,000
 Bhutan 50,000
Languages
Assamese Bengali letter A (red).png Assamese/Asamiya (অসমীয়া) (and it's dialect variants: Kamrupi ~ কামৰুপি and Goalpariya ~ গুৱালপাৰীয়া)
Religion
Hinduism (Traditional - by Assamese Brahmins, Panentheistic (Naam Dharma) - by Vaishnavites ~ Kalitas and Ahoms), Sikhism, Islam
Related ethnic groups
Brahmins of Assam Valley (Indo-Aryan peoples), Kalitas, Ahoms, Others (minority tribes of Assam hills and mainland Assam plains): BodoDimasaKarbiMishingSutiya etc. and Bengali people of Assam

The Assamese people (Assamese: অসমীয়া) are a subgroup of people of Assam. This subgroup is often associated with the Assamese language.[1] Historically, the definition of the "Assamese people" has remained in flux and this has had strong political repercussions in Assam, especially in the colonial (1826-1947) and post-colonial (after 1947) periods.

The lack of a definition has put stumbling blocks in implementing clause 6[2] of the Assam Accord, an agreement signed by the activists of the Assam Movement and the Government of India in 1985.[3] Since a legal definition is important to provide "constitutional, legislative and cultural" safeguards to the Assamese people, the Government of Assam had formed a ministerial committee to finalize the definition in March 2007.[4][5] To address the clause 6 issue AASU had announced a definition on April 10, 2000 which was based on residency with a temporal limit: "All those whose names appeared in the 1951 National Register of Citizens and their progenies should be considered as Assamese".[6][7] This difficult in definition is rooted in the heterogeneous nature of inhabitants of the Assam state.

History[edit]

The first usage of the English word "Assamese" is noted in colonial times; based on same principle as Sinhalese, Nepalese and Canarese, derived from the Anglicised word "Assam"[8][9] with the suffix -ese, meaning "of Assam".[10] The Western Assam in medieval times was known as Kamrup not as Asama, an politically, socially and culturally separate unit.[11][12][13] In the 16th-century, the Ahom kingdom came to be known as the "Kingdom of Acham" to the Mughals; and following them, the British.[14] In 1682 the eastern Kamrup (modern Kamrup) was annexed by Ahom kingdom[15] and the expanded kingdom continued to be called "Kingdom of Assam"[16] till 1821 when the Ahom kingdom became part of Burmese empire.[17] Just as "Assam" was associated with the Ahom kingdom till the 19th century "Asamiya" was used for the subjects and soldiers of that kingdom who belonged to different ethnic and linguistic backgrounds and not solely to the Ahom community.[18][not in citation given] After Assam became part of British India, the newly constituted province came to be known as Assam after its largest constituent, and the name "Assamese" came to be associated with the Assamese language (erstwhile Kamrupi).[19]

Different views[edit]

According to Yasmin Saikia, "the group that now identifies as Tai-Ahom were historically seen as Assamese people. However, the term ethnic Assamese is now associated by the Indian government at Delhi with the Assamese speaking Indo-Aryan group (comprising both Hindus and Muslims) of Assam. The latter group is the majority people of Assam, while the Tai-Ahom people were a dominant minority during the Ahom Rule".[20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fragmented Memories author=Yasmin Saikia. 
  2. ^ Clause 6 of Assam Accord: "Constitutional, legislative and administrative safeguards, as may be appropriate, shall be provided to protect, preserve and promote the cultural, social and linguistic identity and heritage of the Assamese people."
  3. ^ Assam dithers over Accord, The Telegraph, July 15, 2004.
  4. ^ 1.40 lakh aliens deported since 1971, The Assam Tribune, March 27, 2007
  5. ^ Move to define Assamese people, The Assam Tribune, March 31, 2007
  6. ^ AASU joins 'Asomiya' debate, The Sentinel, Guwahati, April 1, 2007
  7. ^ AASU flays Barman, Prafulla Mahanta, The Assam Tribune, April 1, 2007.
  8. ^ Sarma, Satyendranath (1976), Assamese Literature, Page 43
  9. ^ Das, Bhuban Mohan (1987) "The Peoples of Assam" p23 "The modern name Assam is an anglicised form of the Assamese name Asom"
  10. ^ http://oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/english/--ese
  11. ^ Upendranath Goswami (1970), A Study on Kāmrūpī: A Dialect of Assamese, Page iii
  12. ^ Upendranath Goswami (1970), A Study on Kāmrūpī: A Dialect of Assamese
  13. ^ Peter Jackson,2003,The Delhi Sultanate: A Political and Military History,P. 141, "No body sought to emulate Mohammad b. Bakhtiar, who had returned a broken man from a disastrous campaign through the Upper Brahmaputra region, possibly into the region of Assam the Muslims called Kamrup or Kamrud
  14. ^ Bowrey, Thomas (1663) A Geographical Account of Countries around Bay of Bengal, ed Temple, R. C., Hakluyt Society's Publications. In this account, Bowrey describes the death of Mir Jumla, who had occupied the capital of the Ahom kingdom in the 17th century thus: "They lost the best of Nabobs, the Kingdome of Acham, and, by consequence, many large privileges".
  15. ^ "In the Battle of Itakhuli in September 1682, the Ahom forces chased the defeated Mughals nearly one hundred kilometers back to the Manas river. The Manas then became the Ahom-Mughal boundary until the British occupation." (Richards 1995, p. 247)
  16. ^ "The Kingdom of Assam, where it is entered from Bengal, commences on the north of the Berhampooter, at the Khonder Chokey, nearly opposite to the picturesque estate of the late Mr Raush at Goalpara; and at the Nagrabaree Hill on the South", Wade, Dr John Peter, (1805) "A Geographical Sketch of Assam" in Asiatic Annual Register, reprinted (Sharma 1972, p. 341)
  17. ^ Baruah, S. L. (1993), Last Days of Ahom Monarchy, P.225
  18. ^ "The Ahoms were never numerically dominant in the state they built and, at the time of 1872 and 1881 Censuses, they formed hardly one-tenth of the populations relevant to the erstwhile Ahom territory (i.e, by and large, the Brahmaputra Valley without the Goalpara district.)" (Guha 1983:9)
  19. ^ Sukumar Sen, Grammatical sketches_of Indian languages_with comparative_vocabulary and texts, P31
  20. ^ Yasmin Saikia. Fragmented Memories. 
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