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History of Ahom Kingdom
History of Ahom Kingdom

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The Ahom kingdom then consolidated its power building their kingdom for the next 600 years. The first major expansion was at the cost of the Sutiya kingdom which was annexed in 1522 under King Suhungmung. The expansion s success was not only a result of Ahom military prowess but also of changes in the Ahom social and political outlook. Suhungmung was the first Ahom king to adopt a Hindu name Swarga Narayan. The Sutiya region was placed under the Sadiyakhowa Gohain a new position that was created. In 1536 the Dimasa Kacharis known to Ahoms as Timisa were uprooted from their capital at Dimapur. Thus by the middle of the 16th century the Ahoms were in control of all of present day eastern Assam. The late 17th century saw another expansion of Ahom territory. After the 1682 Battle of Itakhuli that marked the end of the Ahom-Mughal conflicts much of the control of Koch Hajo fell into the hands of the Ahoms. By bringing the various tribal groups and regions under one ruler and one governing polity the Ahoms are considered the architects of modern Assam.

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