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Coins from the Ahom kingdom

The Ahom Kingdom was founded in the 13th century by migrants from northeastern Burma who conquered the old kingdom of Kamarupa.
Bhagadatta
Bhagadatta was the son of Naraka, mythological king of the Pragjyotisha Kingdom and second in line of kings of Naraka dynasty.
Naranarayan (1540–1587)
Naranarayan (1540–1587) was the last ruler of the undivided Koch kingdom of Kamata.
The Bangladesh Genocide
The genocide in Bangladesh began on 26 March 1971 with the launch of Operation Searchlight, as West Pakistan began a military crackdown on the Eastern wing of the nation to suppress Bengali calls for self-determination rights.
Mlechchha dynasty

The Mlechchha dynasty (c.

Assam, 1826-1947
The British East India Company annexed Bengal in 1765, and Assam in 1838. As early as 1868, British administrators saw the need for an independent administration in the eastern portion of the Bengal Presidency. They felt that Fort William in Calcutta, the capital of British India, was already overburdened. By 1903, it dawned on the colonial government on the necessity of partitioning Bengal.
Kamarupa Kingdom (350 - 650 A.D)
Pragjyotishpura, now Guwahati, was capital of Kamarupa Kingdom under Varman Dynasty (350 - 650 A.D).
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