Bhoba Baruah Collection [c18th century]

This collection of manuscripts belongs to Bhoba Phukan.

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  • 2 Folios [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/53/1
    The folios are part of a ThamTang manuscript. The text is about the origin of the holy chicken. It has been observed that there is frequent use of the word kai meaning chicken in the folios. ...
  • Lak Ni Rai Ju Dai [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/53/2
    The content in this manuscript is similar to Sang Han. It is about indications to good and bad happenings. ...
  • Nang Khai [1789-90]

    File Ref: EAP373/53/3
    It contains the story of Kun Deo in which Kun Deo marries the daughter of Lengdon. This is thus similar to the manuscript of Baparam Hatibaruah (EAP373_BaparamHatiBaruah_NangKhai). Lak Ni Kap San year, corresponding to 1789-90, and it is recorded to be a F ...
  • Sang Han [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/53/4
    This manuscript is about indications to good and bad happenings. ...
  • Tham Tang [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/53/5
    This manuscript contains chantings to the ancestors. In image 0002, there is chanting alluding to the holy ones, calling them to come to the platform where they made offerings like flowers to them. ...
  • Tham Tang [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/1
    This manuscript contains a mantra to be recited in ceremonies like Jasingpha and Du Kai Seng. The special thing about this ceremony is that chickens are offered and it is believed that the chickens die when mantras are recited from this manuscript. There i ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/2
    The content in these folios are not readable as they have been rubbed off. ...
  • Tham Tang [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/3
    This is a Tham Tang manuscript. Its content is similar to other Tham Tang manuscripts. ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/4
    This manuscript contains the geneology of Lengdon and his establishment of the Tai kingdom in Mung Kang. In image 0038, it is written that in Mung Kang there was no kingand so he sent his two sons Khun Lung Khun Lai to Mung Kang to establish the Tai kingdo ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/5
    This manuscript is about different kinds of signs leading to different kinds of happenings. For instance, in image 0038, it is written about a particular kind of reptile that if it enters anyone's house, the owner of the house may die. Further, there is al ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/6
    These fragments relate to different subjects. Folios photographed in image 0001-0002 is Aap Naam, 0003-0004 is Sang Han, 0005-0009 is ThamTang. ...
  • Nang Khai [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/7
    It is similar to the other Nang Khai manuscripts. It contains the story of Kun Deo who married Lengdon's daughter Ka Pha Enga. ...
  • Tham Tang [1760-61 or 1820-21]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/8
    This is similar to the other Tham Tang manuscripts. Lak Ni Dap Sav, which corresponds to 1820-21, or possibly 60 years early 1760-61. Dated with the Lakni calendrical system. This refers to the repeating 60 year cycle (see Terwiel 1981, Morey 2015), which ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/9
    These fragments are a compilation of Pen Ka ka and Tham Tang. Folios photographed in image 0001-0004 and 0007-0008 is Pen Ka Ka. And the folio in image 0005-0006 is Tham Tang. ...
  • Fragments [18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/54/10
    The content in these folios relate to Tham Tang. ...