deluges places in Assam. This 1850 engraving shows the different stages in the process of making tea in Assam. With implications for food security, per capita food grain production has declined in the past five decades. The state is bordered by Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to the north; Nagaland and Manipur to the east; Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram and Bangladesh to the south; and West Bengal to the west via the Siliguri Corridor, a 22 kilometres (14 mi) wide strip of land that connects the state to the rest of India. (1997)The check list of the mammals of Assam. By the 1850s, the industry started seeing some profits. [citation needed], The state has the largest population of the wild water buffalo in the world. [113] The India-Pakistan War of 1965 and the accompanying communal rioting and massacres in Bangladesh produced another wave of largely Hindu migration from East Pakistan (Bangladesh) and a there was a third wave during and after the War of Independence that established Bangladeshi independence in 1971, with Assam home to around a thousand camps housing 347,555 refugees, which included persons of all backgrounds fleeing war. BJP, however claimed that only eight lakh Hindu Bangladeshis will get citizenship. For the state bird, the white-winged wood duck, Assam is a globally important area. Flood waters wash away property including houses and livestock. [206][207] Hajo and Sarthebari (Sorthebaary) are the most important centres of traditional bell-metal and brass crafts. Because people living in different places represent different cultural values. Assam is home to di˜erent ethnic and religious groups. Between 1946-1951, 274,455 Bengali Hindu refugees have arrived from what is now called Bangladesh (former East Pakistan) in Assam as permanent settlers. Many source-cultures of the Assamese cultural-system are still surviving either as sub-systems or as sister entities, e.g. Medium of instruction is mainly in Assamese, English or Bengali. Fearful of greater government interference, the tea growers formed the Indian Tea Association in 1888 to lobby to retain the status quo. A folio from the Hastividyarnava manuscript, Bell metal made sorai and sophura are important parts of culture. Immigrants compete with local workers for jobs at lower wages, particularly in construction, domestics, Rickshaw-pullers, and vegetable sellers. Geomorphic studies conclude that the Brahmaputra, the life-line of Assam, is an antecedent river older than the Himalayas. All you need to know about Gauhati, (Assam) Election. assamica. Assam produces more than half of India's tea. [15] Though a western portion of Assam as a region continued to be called Kamrup, the Ahom kingdom that emerged in the east, and which came to dominate the entire Brahmaputra valley, was called Assam (e.g. [citation needed], Assam's proximity to some neighbouring countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan, benefits its trade. Fatalities are also caused by the natural disaster in many places of the state. In actual numbers, males and females were 13,678,989 and 13,128,045 respectively. Get complete demographics about Assam. [131][132], In the rainy season every year, the Brahmaputra and other rivers overflow their banks and flood adjacent land. Human settlements are traced from early stone ages before 9000 BCE in Assam. Although the number of speakers is growing, the percentage of Assam's population who have it as a mother tongue has fallen slightly. Assam has been a major site of migration since the Partition of the subcontinent, with the first wave being composed largely of Hindu Bengali refugees arrriving during and shortly after the establishment of India and Pakistan (current day Bangladesh was originally part of Pakistan, known as East Pakistan) in 1947-1951. [citation needed], The food is often served in bell metal dishes and platters like Kanhi, Maihang and so on. ", Gait E.A. "Prior to the thirteenth century the present region was called Kāmarūpa or, alternatively, Prāgjyotiṣapur", Lahiri, Nayanjot., "Ahoms also gave Assam and its language their name (. This problem can be attributed to overpopulation and a faulty education system. Assam (/æsˈsæm, əˈsæm/,[10][11] Assamese: [ˈɔxɔm] (listen)) is a state in northeastern India, situated south of the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys. There are more than 25 lakhs people who are still unemployed here. Assam's agriculture usually depends on the south-west monsoon rains. No matter how the government makes tough rules, but can’t be stopped without solving the core issue. Officially 27 January has been declared as the day of Bushu Dima festival. The Dimasa people celebrate their festival by playing musical instruments- khram (a type of drum), muri (a kind of huge long flute). Moreover Child Sex Ratio in Diphu is around 925 compared to Assam state average of 962. [71][citation needed]. In the reign of the Varman king, Bhaskaravarman (c. 600–650 CE), the Chinese traveller Xuanzang visited the region and recorded his travels. All three dynasties claimed descent from Narakasura. [126][127][128] According to various sources, the total number of illegal Hindu Bangladeshis is hard to ascertain. Therefore in this article, we will try to understand what are the main causes of population growth in Assam and then its impacts. He said, the first countrywide celebration of 'Lachit Divas' would take place in New Delhi followed by state capitals such as Hyderabad, Bangalore and Kolkata in a phased manner. Apart from Sualkuchi (Xualkuchi), the centre for the traditional silk industry, in almost every parts of the Brahmaputra Valley, rural households produce silk and silk garments with excellent embroidery designs. [119][120] The 1983 Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act, applied only to Assam, decreed that any person who entered the Assam after Bangladesh declared independence from Pakistan in 1971 and without authorisation or travel documents is to be considered a foreigner, with the decision on foreigner status to be carried out by designated tribunals. With the expansion of Ahom kingdom, by the early 17th century, the Chutiya areas were annexed and since c. 1536 CE the Kacharis remained only in Cachar and North Cachar, and more as an Ahom ally than a competing force. Bangladesh was born after the war between India and Pakistan but the migration that took place during the war, however, never ended. Commonly consumed varieties of meat include Mutton, fowl, duck/goose, fish, pigeon, pork and beef (among Muslim and Christian indigenous Assamese ethnic groups). [citation needed] In Guwahati and Digboi, many Jr. basic schools and Jr. high schools are Nepali linguistic and all the teachers are Nepali. But today Assam’s local residents are losing their old political powers. But an obstruction arises here. Initially, Assam was made a part of the Bengal Presidency, then in 1906 it was made a part of Eastern Bengal and Assam province, and in 1912 it was reconstituted into a chief commissioners' province. At the same time towards the east in central Assam, Asura Kingdom was ruled by another Kachari line of kings.[21]. The Corporation administers an area of 216.79 km2 (83.70 sq mi). Guwahati is the headquarters of a number of electronic medias like Assam Talks, DY 365, News Live, News 18 Assam/North-East, Prag News and Pratidin Time. In Assam, the Kukis mainly reside in the two autonomous districts of Dima Hasao and Karbi Anglong. It is important to keep the broader system closer to its roots and at the same time focus on development of the sub-systems. The main reason for this convention is different types of cultural values assimilation. The tradition of modern moving theatres is typical of Assam with immense popularity of many Mobile theatre groups such as Kohinoor, Sankardev, Abahan, Bhagyadevi, Hengul, Brindabon, Itihas etc. [80] At least 77 people died[81] and 400,000 people were displaced in the 2012 Assam violence between indigenous Bodos and Bengali Muslims. The arrangement lasted till 1838 and thereafter the British gradually annexed the entire region. A list of 9 oldest, classified and prominent, and constantly inhabited, recognised urban centres based on the earliest years of formation of the civic bodies, before the Indian independence of 1947 is tabulated below: The state has three autonomous councils. Moreover, great hospitality and bamboo culture are common. Let me give you a short survey report for the year 2001. The earliest settlers were Austric, Dravidian followed by Tibeto-Burman, Indo-Aryan, and Tai–Kadai people. Two are now extinct.[95]. The number of affected people was nearly 88,000 in 10 districts on Sunday. The Sylhet District of Assam (excluding the Karimganj subdivision) was given up to East Pakistan, which later became Bangladesh. As the Brahmaputra flows in Assam the climate here is cold and there is rainfall most of the month. It is horrible to look at the population growth of the state because in the future this motion will create so many problems for Assam. Dispur Population 2019 –22,858. Assamese (Ôxômiya) is a rich language due to its hybrid nature and unique characteristics of pronunciation and softness. mekhela chador, traditional dress of Assamese women) and towards forefathers and elderly. Formation of Goalpara Municipality, 1875. Therefore, the population of the city increases per year by 0.144 Million. [citation needed], The two main characteristics of a traditional meal in Assam are khar (an Alkali, named after its main ingredient) and tenga (Preparations bearing a characteristically rich and tangy flavour). [69] The recently established Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park boasts more than 500 of the estimated 1,314 orchid species found in India. Actually, political parties and governments are trying to use these Bangladeshi immigrants for their vote bank interest. Asia's first successful mechanically drilled oil well was drilled in Makum way back in 1867. Thekar, in the Karbi language has the largest circulation of any daily from Karbi Anglong district. [70] Discovered in 1889, all the major petroleum-gas reserves are in Upper parts. Many job-seekers are eligible for jobs in sectors like railways and Oil India but do not get these jobs because of the appointment of candidates from outside of Assam to these posts. [118] During this period, 855 people (the AASU says 860) died in various conflicts with migrants and police. [178] The cities of Guwahati[179][180] in the west and Dibrugarh[181][182] in the east with good rail,[183][184] road and air connectivity are the two important nerve centres of Assam, to be selected by Asian Development Bank for providing $200 million for improvement of urban infrastructure.[185][186]. [170] Productivity has increased marginally, but is still low compared to highly productive regions. Districts. It tried to force the government to identify and deport foreigners illegally migrating from neighbouring Bangladesh and to provide constitutional, legislative, administrative and cultural safeguards for the indigenous Assamese majority, which they felt was under threat due to the increase of migration from Bangladesh. [156] Despite its rich natural resources, and supplying of up to 25% of India's petroleum needs, Assam's growth rate has not kept pace with that of India; the difference has increased rapidly since the 1970s. Christmas is observed with great merriment by Christians of various denominations, including Catholics and Protestants, throughout Assam. Other large cities include Dibrugarh, an oil and natural gas industry centre,[55]. Township Area Panchgram and Jogighopa, sugar mills in Barua Bamun Gaon, Chargola, Kampur, cement plants in Bokajan and Badarpur, and a cosmetics plant of Hindustan Unilever (HUL) at Doom Dooma. Ltd., Guwahati, India. Besides migration caused by displacement, there is also a large and continual unregulated movement between Assam and neighboring regions of Bangladesh with an exceptionally porous border. In November 1990, the Government of India deployed the Indian army, after which low-intensity military conflicts and political homicides have been continuing for more than a decade. But in 2006, it changed dramatically. It was at its zenith during the reign of Sukhrungphaa or Sworgodeu Rudra Sinha (c. 1696–1714 CE). at 95–100 °F or 35–38 °C and winter min. Thereafter tea plantations proliferated in Eastern Assam,[28] where the soil and the climate were most suitable. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. In Diphu Town Committee, Female Sex Ratio is of 937 against state average of 958. India History Association. The Ahoms, a Tai group, ruled Upper Assam[26] The Shans built their kingdom and consolidated their power in Eastern Assam with the modern town of Sibsagar as their capital. The population of Amritsar in the year of 2019 is 2.66 Million + 0.144 Million = 2.804 Million. in many places across the region. It was more shocking than the report of 2001 and 2006 when the year 2011 survey report revealed. Who won and lost. Broadcasting stations of All India Radio have been established in five big cities: Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Kokrajhar, Silchar and Tezpur. In 1961, the government of Assam passed legislation making use of the Assamese language compulsory. Threatened species that are extinct in Assam include the gharial, a critically endangered fish-eating crocodilian, and the pink-headed duck (which may be extinct worldwide). 2018 – 265,400. Dihing, Dibru, Dihong, D/Tista, and Dikrai) reveal that it was the most important language in ancient times. [citation needed]. It was partially annexed in the early 1500s by the Ahoms, finally getting absorbed in 1673 CE. It split into two in c. 1581 CE, the western part as a Mughal vassal and the eastern as an Ahom satellite state. Hence, this particular day has been officially declared as a Restricted Holiday by the Assam government. The Assam territory was first separated from Bengal in 1874 as the 'North-East Frontier' non-regulation province, also known as the Assam Chief-Commissionership. [75], Of the 33 districts, eight districts registered a rise in the decadal population growth rate. [152] The Assam-Arakan basin holds about a quarter of the country's oil reserves, and produces about 12% of its total petroleum. On 8 August 2020 The Assam cabinet approved a proposal to make Bajali the 34th full-fledged district of Assam. (estimated). Some of these are: Other few yearly celebrations are Doul Utsav of Barpeta, Brahmaputra Beach Festival, Guwahati, Kaziranga Elephant Festival, Kaziranga and Dehing Patkai Festival, Lekhapani, Karbi Youth Festival of Diphu and International Jatinga Festival, Jatinga can not be forgotten. There were many other symbolic elements and designs, but are now only found in literature, art, sculpture, architecture, etc. The population of Silchar as per 2019 and in terms of estimates is 265,400 + … at 43–46 °F or 6–8 °C) and experiences heavy rainfall and high humidity. Bwisagu start of the new year or age. Almost all private schools follow the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) syllabuses. In 2006, it reached up to 2, 80, 66000. Statute of Bishnu Prasad Rabha, Jyoti Prasad Agarwala and Phani Sarma at District Library, Guwahati. GUWAHATI: Exhibiting an excellent conservation model, Manas National Park in Assam has witnessed a 3-fold increase in its tiger population in the last 10 years. When you see the population of Amritsar from 2014-18, it has been seen that the population has gone up by 0.72 Million in the past 5 years. Sivasagar is an administrative district of Assam state, north-east India. Assam has petroleum, natural gas, coal, limestone and other minor minerals such as magnetic quartzite, kaolin, sillimanites, clay and feldspar. Wildlife, cultural, and historical destinations have attracted visitors. Koldil (banana flower) and squash are also used in popular culinary preparations. [167][168], In Assam among all the productive sectors, agriculture makes the highest contribution to its domestic sectors, accounting for more than a third of Assam's income and employs 69% of workforce. That is why, though they can but they don’t want this problem to be solved. Symbolism is an ancient cultural practice in Assam and is still a very important part of the Assamese way of life. Assam is a state in northeastern India, situated south of the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmap utra and Barak River valleys. Ahoms ruled for nearly 600 years (1228–1826 CE) with major expansions in the early 16th century at the cost of Chutia and Dimasa Kachari kingdoms. Spatial distribution patterns of the ethno-cultural groups, cultural traits and the phenomenon of naming all the major rivers in the North East Region with Bodo-Kachari words (e.g. Moreover, Assam possesses unique crafts of toy and mask making mostly concentrated in the Vaishnav Monasteries, pottery and terracotta work in western Assam districts and wood craft, iron craft, jewellery, etc. The population of Ajmer in 2019 is estimated to be 735,854 + 22,476.6 = 758,330.6. Assam's economy is based on agriculture and oil. [70] A small quantity of iron ore is available in western districts. What Is Sivasagar? Moreover, various ethno-cultural groups in Assam make different types of cotton garments with unique embroidery designs and wonderful colour combinations. There is a high degree of bilingualism. This administrative district comes under the upper region of the state. The districts are Dhubri, Goalpara, Barpeta, Morigaon, Nagaon, Karimganj, Hailakandi, Darrang and Bongaigaon. Therefore, both local elements or the local elements in Sanskritised forms are distinctly found. The problem is exacerbated by the growth in the number of technical institutes in Assam which increases the unemployed community of the State. Linguistically modern Assamese traces its roots to the version developed by the American Missionaries based on the local form used near Sivasagar (Xiwôxagôr) district. The average annual growth rate of agriculture, which was 2.6% per annum over the 1980s, has fallen to 1.6% in the 1990s. Moreover, there are several other age-old dance-forms such as Barpeta's Bhortal Nritya, Deodhani Nritya, Ojapali, Beula Dance, Ka Shad Inglong Kardom, Nimso Kerung, etc. A significant geographical aspect of Assam is that it contains three of six physiographic divisions of India – The Northern Himalayas (Eastern Hills), The Northern Plains (Brahmaputra plain) and Deccan Plateau (Karbi Anglong). By 1681, the whole track down to the border of the modern district of Goalpara came permanently under their sway. In 1970, in response to the demands of the Khasi, Jaintia and Garo people of the Meghalaya Plateau, the districts containing the Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, and Garo Hills were formed into an autonomous state within Assam; in 1972 this became a separate state under the name of Meghalaya. The population of India is rising at alarming rate and this is why the country is known as the second most populous country in the world after China. To provide greater autonomy to some of the ethnic groups, ... ASSAM, INDIA 31,205,576 POPULATION Assam, India GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES (% of State GDP) Assam HDI Medium Human 0.557 Development India HDI Medium Human 0.624 Development GOVERNMENT SYSTEM: Federal (India) on education on health 5.6% 3.4% ECONOMY US$ 966 Assam … [46], After a few initially unsuccessful attempts to gain independence for Assam during the 1850s, anti-colonial Assamese joined and actively supported the Indian National Congress against the British from the early 20th century, with Gopinath Bordoloi emerging as the preeminent nationalist leader in the Assam Congress. Let me give you a short survey report for the year 2001. Eventually, every year the population increases by 0.09848 Million. [100] The 'town-committee' or nagar-somiti for small towns, 'municipal board' or pouro-sobha for medium towns and municipal corporation or pouro-nigom for the cities consist of the urban local bodies. Assamese literature dates back to the composition of Charyapada, and later on works like Saptakanda Ramayana by Madhava Kandali, which is the first translation of the Ramayana into an Indo-Aryan language, contributed to Assamese literature. and is expected to reach 34.18  million by 2021 and 35.60 million by 2026. On the other hand, after having strong domestic demand, and with 1.5 million hectares of inland water bodies, numerous rivers and 165 varieties of fishes,[172] fishing is still in its traditional form and production is not self-sufficient. Later, in 1682, Koch Hajo was entirely annexed by the Ahoms. The state is divided into five regional divisions. Declining them is considered socially offensive. Performing arts include: Ankia Naat (Onkeeya Naat), a traditional Vaishnav dance-drama (Bhaona) popular since the 15th century CE. [76], In 2011, the literacy rate in the state was 73.18%. It was withdrawn later under pressure from Bengali speaking people in Cachar. Cotton College, Guwahati, dates back to the 19th century. Panchayati Raj Institutions have been applied[clarification needed] in Assam, after agitation of the communities due to the sluggish rate of development and general apathy of successive state governments towards Indigenous Assamese communities. [160] The manufacturing sector showed some improvement in the 1990s with a growth rate of 3.4% per annum than 2.4% in the 1980s. Therefore, every year you can get to see that the population increases by 1458. Details about the population of Assam based on India Census 2011. It has been proposed in the 11th five-year plan[clarification needed] to set up two more Border Trade Center, one at Ledo connecting China and other at Darrang connecting Bhutan. The same answer, which is ‘illegal immigration’. (estimated). A History of Assam 1926 Calcutta and Shimla Thacker & Co page 230, Bhuyan Dr. S.K. In conclusion, the population of Guwahati in 2019 as per estimates = 2.29088 Million. Last Reviewed & Updated: 05 Aug 2019 . Cane and bamboo craft provide the most commonly used utilities in daily life, ranging from household utilities, weaving accessories, fishing accessories, furniture, musical instruments, construction materials, etc. [citation needed], Typically, an Assamese meal consists of many things such as bhat (rice) with dayl/ daly (lentils), masor jool (fish stew), mangxô (meat stew) and stir fried greens or herbs and vegetables. [73] The growth in the Western districts and Southern districts was high primarily due to the influx of people from East Pakistan, now Bangladesh. Local news and music are the main priority for that station. {Is China doing something great here?}. [18][19][20], According to a late text, Kalika Purana (c. 9th–10th century CE), the earliest ruler of Assam was Mahiranga Danav of the Kachari Danava dynasty, which was removed by Naraka and who established the Naraka dynasty. The current population of China is more than 1.41 billion. [16], Assam and adjoining regions have evidences of human settlement from the beginning of the Stone Age. Bridges, railway tracks, and roads are also damaged, harming transportation and communication, and in some years requiring food to be air-dropped to isolated towns. Gauhati (Assam) Election 2019: Know Election Results for Gauhati. Bihu songs and Bihu dance are associated to rongali bihu. the; Bodo or Karbi or Mishing. [citation needed] Bordoloi's major political rival in this time was Sir Saidullah, who was representing the Muslim League, and had the backing of the influential Muslim cleric Maulana Bhasani. Population Explosion in West Bengal: A Survey", "The National Register of Citizens and India's commitment deficit to international law", "Leave in 15 days, BJP MPs tell illegal immigrants in Assam", "Assam NRC: What next for 1.9 million 'stateless' Indians? [121][118] Since 2010, the Indian Government has undertaken the updating of the National Register of Citizens for Assam, and in 2018 the 32.2 million residents of Assam were subject to a review of their citizenship. Traditionally, Assamese was the language of the common folk in the ancient Kamarupa kingdom and in the medieval kingdoms of Dimasa Kachari, Chutiya Kachari, Borahi Kachari, Ahom and Kamata kingdoms. In 2020 a series of violent lynchings occurred in the region. The Dimasa, another Bodo-Kachari dynasty, (13th century-1854 CE) ruled from Dikhow River to central and southern Assam and had their capital at Dimapur. [133][134], Unemployment is a chronic problem in Assam. So, the population in 2019 as per estimated data = 22,858. In the 1980s the Brahmaputra valley saw a six-year Assam Agitation[51] triggered by the discovery of a sudden rise in registered voters on electoral rolls. The population growth rate … The state contains Sal tree forests and forest products, much depleted from earlier times. Population Growth In Assam. [197][198][199] Sankardeva's Borgeet, Ankia Naat, Bhaona and Satra tradition backed the 15th-16th century Assamese literature. By. Asia's first refinery was set up at Digboi and discoverer of Digboi oilfield was the Assam Railways & Trading Company Limited (AR&T Co. Ltd.), a registered company of London in 1881. [citation needed] It makes use of large masks of gods, goddesses, demons and animals and in between the plays a Sutradhar (Xutrodhar) continues to narrate the story. As per projected prediction, the population of Assam in 2020 will be 3.60 Crore. Many of these are celebrated by different ethno-cultural groups (sub and sister cultures). [158] In the Sixth Plan period, Assam experienced a negative growth rate of 3.78% when India's was positive at 6%. It is the Assamese new year celebrated in April of the Gregorian calendar. The local governance system is organised under the jila-parishad (District Panchayat) for a district, panchayat for group of or individual rural areas and under the urban local bodies for the towns and cities. In 1985, the Indian Government and leaders of the agitation signed the Assam accord to settle the conflict. Guwahati is the largest metropolitan area and urban conglomeration administered under the highest form of urban local body – Guwahati Municipal Corporation in Assam. [157] In the post-liberalised era (after 1991), the difference widened further. These districts do not have any international border. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is famed for its feral horses. Higher population concentration was recorded in the districts of Kamrup, Nagaon, Sonitpur, Barpeta, Dhubri, Darrang, and Cachar. 5 months ago. The British tea planters imported labour from central India adding to the demographic canvas. It seems this will badly hamper their political rights in the future. At the turn of the 20th century, British India consisted of eight provinces that were administered either by a governor or a lieutenant-governor. Assam's population was estimated at 28.67 million in 2006 and at 30.57 million in 2011 and is expected to reach 34.18 million by 2021 and 35.60 million by 2026. Of the total population of Assam state, around 85.90 percent live in the villages of rural areas. [87] Other religions followed include Jainism (0.1%), Buddhism (0.2%), Sikhism (0.1%) and Animism (amongst Khamti, Phake, Aiton etc. Published. With the tropical monsoon climate, Assam is temperate (summer max. [50], Since the restructuring of Assam after independence, communal tensions and violence remain. The decisive victory of the Assamese led by general Lachit Borphukan on the Mughals, then under command of Raja Ram Singha, in the Battle of Saraighat in 1671 almost ended Mughal ambitions in this region. In terms of figures, the population goes up by about 22,476.6 every year. 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