Social and economic history of Assam, 1853-1921
This Study Unravels The Often Overlooked Aspects Of Social And Economic History Of Assam And Analyses The Decline Of The Old Ruling Gentry And The Death Of Traditional And Cottage Industries Due To Foreign Rule And Internal Limitations.
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Decline of Handicrafts and Survival of Handloom
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acres administration Ahom Anandaram Dhekial Phukan Assam Association Assamese language Assamese middle class Barbarua Barpeta became Bengal Renaissance Bezbaroa Bijni boats Brahmaputra Brahmaputra valley Brahmo Samaj Buranji Cachar Calcutta Chandra Chaudhuri Commissioner common cotton crafts crop cultivation Darrang Delhi Dhubri Dibrugarh district economic elephants export famine favour forest Garo Goalpara Gohain Barua gold Goswami Government of Bengal Governor-General Gunabhiram Guwahati H.K. Barpujari Hemchandra Hemchandra Barua History of Assam Ibid important India Indian National Congress industry J.N. Bhuyan Jenkins Jorhat jute Kamrup labour Lakhimpur land language large number Mangaldoi Maniram mauzadars mekhela ment monthly pension movement Muga Nagaon nineteenth century noted opium Padmanath peasant peasantry petition pooras production province Purandar Raja Report rice river ryots Sabha Saka Sarma Sastri satras seers Shillong Sibsagar silk Sivanath Sastri social society tea gardens tea planters Tezpur took trade Tularam Upper Assam William Revenue Progs zamindars