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Koch capital and Bheladanga On receiving repeated complaints that Sankardev was corrupting the minds of the people by spreading a new religion Nara Narayan, the Koch king, ordered Sankardev’s arrest, and Sankardev went into hiding.[49] Chilarai—the general of the Koch army, half-brother of the king and married to Kamalapriya the daughter of […]

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Literary works in the Ahom kingdom Arguments against those antagonistic to bhakti Kirtan-ghosa (Pasanda-mardana, Namaparadha) (Vipra)-patni-prasad (Ankia Naat) Tales from Krishna’s early life Kirtan-ghosa (sisu-lila, rasa-krida, kamsavadha, gopi-uddhava-samvada, kujir vancha-purana, akrurar vancha-purana) Borgeets

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Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva (1449 AD -1568 AD) was an exceptional personality in the annals of Indian history. He was not only a religious preceptor, but also a social reformer, who had sanskritized the ethnic groups of the volatile North East India and assimilated them with the national […]

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