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Assam art

Arts in Assam

Where Bihu meets Sattriya!

The Assamese culture is a perfect example of a hybrid culture due to the absorption and assimilation of different ethno - cultural groups under various political economic systems in different periods of history. There were three waves of cultural assimilation in Assam. First, it was the Tibeto-Burman tribes. Then there was a wave of Greco-Indo-European nomadic remnants from the West and Indo-Aryans from Northern India. The last wave of migration was that of the Ahoms who added another chapter to the Assamese culture. Among all the Indian states, Assam is said to have the most number of tribes with different cultures of their own like the Boro-Kacharis, the Deori, the Misings, the Dimassas, the Karbis, etc.

Some of the important cultural symbols of the Assamese are the ‘Gamocha’ or the squamous red and white piece of cloth carried by Assamese men and the ‘Jaapi’ or the conical hat worn by the tea planters of the region. Vaishnavism, a sect of Hinduism, is the major religion that is practiced by the majority of Assamese. Home to dance forms like Bihu and Sattriya, Assam is a richly cultured province in India. Jhumur Dance is also a popular synthesized form of dance performed by the tea folks. To conclude, it won’t be refractory if we say that Assamese culture is the ideal mixture of both classical as well as folk art forms.

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