Junaram Sangbun Phukan Collection [18th-20th century]

This collection of manuscripts belongs to Junaram Sangbun Phukan.
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  • Ban Seng [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/1
    This is a fortune telling manuscript. ...
  • Bar Amra [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/2
    This is an Ahom dictionary manuscript. ...
  • Chaklong Bidhi [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/3
    This manuscript contain calculations for auspicious day of marriage and also for match making. ...
  • Dates [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/4
    The content on this manuscript is not decipherable. ...
  • Loti Amra [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/5
    This is also an Ahom dictionary manuscript. ...
  • Buranji [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/6
    The content till 0012.tiff is similar to Jibeshwar Phukan's Buranji (EAP_JibeshwarPhukan_Buranji3). Copied by Junaram Phukan's late brother, Mileshwar Phukan, from manuscripts handed down by his forefathers. This manuscript was copied by the late Mileshwar ...
  • Manuscript [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/7
    This is a translation of the Lai Tu manuscript which is about the great flood. The translation is done using the Ahom script but the language is Assamese. Copied by Junaram Phukan's late brother, Mileshwar Phukan, from manuscripts handed down by his forefa ...
  • Manuscript [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/8
    The text in these pages is religious like Pun Kou Mvng, Lai Ko Mvng and Pen Kaka. Copied by Junaram Phukan's late brother, Mileshwar Phukan, from manuscripts handed down by his forefathers. ...
  • Manuscript [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/9
    In the first page mention is made of some villages which are Inthem gaon, Kuju gaon, Dhumsa gaon, Ketetong gaon, Watu gaon, Dibong gaon. These villages are presently in Tinsukia district. There is also mention about monetary units like siki, ana and moha. ...
  • Nang Hum Pha [1961]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/10
    It is a translation of the Nang Hum Pha manuscript in Assamese. Here, both Tai languages and Assamese is used. It is the story of Lengdon and Nang Hum Pha marriage which is believed to be the first Choklong marriage, which is thr traditional Ahom marriage. ...
  • Pen Ka Ka [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/11
    The Pen Kaka is about the creation theory of the universe. It is written that when there was nothing in the universe and there was only the supreme power floating on the sky. He had no one to praise him and so he decided create the universe. Copied by Juna ...
  • Tham Tang [20th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/12
    This manuscript contain alludings to ancestors seeking their blessings. The ancestors are offered chickens and it is believed that these chickens die when mantras from this manuscript are recited. Copied by Junaram Phukan's late brother, Mileshwar Phukan, ...
  • Pvn Ko Mvng [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/13
    It is similar to Tileshwar Mohan's Pvn Ko Mvng (EAP373_TileshwarMohan_PvnKoMvng). It is written here that creation of the universe there was only water everywhere. ...
  • Single Folio [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/26/14
    It contains a mantra. ...