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Community
Dimasa
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History, Oral Traditions, Scholarly Works
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a stone inscription of the Dimasa king Ramachandra Narayan Hasnu which was installed in the year 1740.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
The above video is about the histoy of the Dimasa king and Ranipath village narrataed by Romaranjan Phonglo Barman of Thaligram village.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This monument is known as a Singhadwar (Lion gate) or Miyung Horglai, it is a gateway to the capital (Khaspur) complex of Dimasa kachari kingdom.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a short interview of Anjali Barman of Lodi (Lailcherra) village, taken by Monali Longmailai.
Community
Dimasa
Category
History, Traditional Practices
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a short interview of Phiarson Longmailai of Lodi Kachari village, taken by Monali Longmailai.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a short interview of Ramendro Phonglo of Lodi village, taken by Monali Longmailai.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
This is a short interview of Ramendro Phonglo on Shibarai madaikho ( Shiv mandir) of Lodi village, taken by Monali Longmailai.
Community
Dimasa
Category
History, Oral Traditions
Summary
Hawarma is famous for its oral history of the royal tanks from the reigns of Raja Tamradhvaj Hasnu and Raja Krishna Chandra Hasnu in the 17th and 18th centuries. Presently, these tanks like Baro Hal and Padda Dighir Par have been converted to fisheries.
Community
Dimasa
Category
History
Summary
Shama Mandir is a temple where goddess Kali is worship by both Dimasa and Non-Dimasa people.
Community
Dimasa
Category
People, History, Oral Traditions
Summary
The Gor Ail hillock is a historical significance to the Dimasa Kachari history, as it bears its name, Gor Ail (in Sylheti Bengali ‘Came home’), after the retreat of Dimasa soldiers in the hillock after a battle with Burmese soldiers in the 18th century.