Archival records from Documenting, conserving and archiving the Tai Ahom manuscripts of Assam (EAP373)

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  • Deo Buranji [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/6
    This manuscript is about the story of Lengdon before sending Khun Lung Khun Lai to earth. ...
  • Du Kai Seng [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/7
    This is a fortune telling manuscript. There are images of pairs of chicken legs with thin bamboo sticks attached to them. And depending on these images, the placement of the bamboo sticks, fortune telling and procastination of any kind of good or bad happe ...
  • Phat Mo Rang [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/8
    This manuscript contains mantra to call Gods and Godesses to come and accept their offerings. ...
  • Fragment [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/9
    In this manuscript folio the different offerings made to Lengdon are mentioned like white elephant, white buffalo, white cow, chicken etc. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/10
    There is frequent mention of Chau Ngi throughout the folio. It can be assumed to be a fragment of the manuscript Lik Chau Ngi of Hara Phukan. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/11
    The content of this manuscript is about the creation story of the golden eggs from where different Gods came into being. ...
  • Anna Di Ban Kham [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/12
    This manuscript folio contain some kind of poetic chantting to recite moral and immoral doings. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/13
    These fragments contain a Dam Phi mantra. It is to be recited when offerings are made to the dead. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/14
    These fragments contains Hindu names of some of the kings like the Hindu name of Su Ram Pha is written as Bhoga Raja. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/15
    In this manuscript folio it is written about Lengdon sending a messenger Leng Sen to call Jasingpha to discuss about the middle country which has no Tai ruler. The text then continues that when Leng Sen arrived in the palace of Jasingpha he saw her weaving ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/16
    The content of this manuscript is not readable. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/17
    The content of this manuscript is not readable. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/18
    This manuscript contains Ahom history from the time of Sulik Pha, Supat Pha, Su Khung Pha and a few others. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/19
    This is a Lak Ni Kham manuscript. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/55/20
    This is also a Lak Ni Kham manuscript. ...