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Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is an ancient temple of goddess Ranachandi which was built during the reign of Dimasa Kachari king and still standing in the good condition near the northern Singhadwar of the capital.
Ranachandi Temple.jpg
Community
Dimasa
Category
History, Literature
Summary
Ranachandi temple is related to Dimasa Kachari history,
Veer Sambhudhan Phonglo
Community
Dimasa
Category
History
Summary
A brief life history of Veer Sambhudhan Phonglo.
Relics of Dimasa Kachari Kingdom at Khaspur
Community
Dimasa
Category
History
Summary
The two storeyed palace, in the Campus of Royal palace at Khaspur Cachar. Only the main building stands today and the surrounding constructions had already collapsed.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Traditional Practices
Summary
The image shows the Shibarai Madaikho (Shiv temple) of Sheorarthal village in Cachar district, Assam.
Veer Dehmalu Kemprai
Community
Dimasa
Category
History
Summary
Life History of Veer Dehmalu Kemprai
Community
Dimasa
Category
Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is a short Dimasa folk story of 'Shogo Raja', narrated by Nrityojoy Hojai of Kumacherra village (Cachar).
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is a short interview of Abesh Diruwa of Kumacherra village taken by Monali Longmailai.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This video is about the history of Longthaini Madai (Stone God) in Raidilung, which is narrated by Madhumangal Khersa.
Community
Dimasa
Category
Tools and Instruments, Traditional Practices
Summary
Khudrang (spade) is used in ploughing field.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This Dimasa historical monument is Known as “Barodwar” by the local people and it was built by the King Harishchandra Narayan Hasnu in the year 1771.
Community
Dimasa
Category
Traditional Practices, Oral Traditions
Summary
This video is about the frog wedding for rain in the villages narrated by Dipankar Hagjer of Joypur village.